China’s flagship airline Air China has some rather surprising tips for travellers to London – all about the dangers posed by different races in the capital.
The highly offensive advice appeared in the inflight magazine Wings of China, published by Air China – under the heading, ‘Tips from Air China’, CNBC reports.
The magazine said, ‘London is generally a safe place to travel, however precautions are needed when entering areas mainly populated by Indians,Pakistanis and black people.
‘We advise tourists not to go out alone at night, and females always to be accompanied by another person when traveling.’
Chinese companies have a history of ‘racist’ statements – many of which the companies appear not to have realised were offensive.
The Chinese are more honest than Western egalitarians. The truth is not racist nor should anyone ever characterize it as offensive.
Earlier this year Shanghai Leishang Cosmetics went viral around the world after an advert for its Qiaobi detergent showed a young black man being washed in an industrial washing machine and coming out as a Chinese man.
Britain is an increasingly popular destination for Chinese visitors – with more than 270,000 visiting in 2015, up 46% on 2014, according to Visit Britain.
The Chinese airlines may care more about the safety of their own blood kin than any bullsh*t notions related to political correctness.
Neighborhoods populated by nonwhites are dangerous. There’s no good reason not to tell the truth.