The news of the Hong Kong government's human destruction of hamsters has aroused responses from German netizens. Looking at their discussions online, many expressed sympathy and sadness, as well as jokes and teasers. After all, the Germans, who are thousands of miles away from watching the fire, have no understanding of this city, let alone have feelings, and the attitude of the people in Hong Kong is different from that of the Hong Kong people. Had it happened in Munich or Hamburg, they would have reacted differently. Like the discussion of these netizens, one said, "(The hamster) must have been put into the cooking pot," another said, "The hamster will mutate to a height of two meters," and another said, "Most people should have already eat your own hamster".
Most of these messages are funny, and they also joke about the established image of East Asians who love to eat animals. After watching it, Hong Kong people will often find it vulgar, especially if it happened in the city where they grew up. Seeing that the interview clips on TV are all familiar street corners, it is difficult to make jokes. 272283856_326877192782475_40180763442306 Image provided by author Hong Kong people don't eat cats and dogs, and most of them Shadow Making love animals, but I'm sorry, Germans and even Europeans look at Asia in a big way.
As long as there is news about pets in a certain part of Asia, they will tie up their stereotypes and laugh at them. Of course, these people who joke on the Internet are not necessarily cruel people, maybe they are just "greedy" jokes. Moreover, they discussed on the German media website, and the objects were all Germans, and they did not expect Hong Kong people to read their messages. If there are Hong Kong people around them, they should express sympathy. More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels