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What do Polish people think of the Asia and Middle East?


Jeong 1 | 1    
16 Nov 2015  #1
I am from South Korea. I had erasmus student experience in Poland. When I was erasmus student in Poland, I got good impression Poland's life. I decided to find a job here.

Luckly, I got a job in samsung. I am supposed to work in Poland from December. So, I wanna know Polish's cognition of Asian.

I haven't experienced racism yet. Even though I went around a lot. However, I can't speak Polish so I don't know their honest mind.

Could you tell me your sincere mind?
G (undercover)    
16 Nov 2015  #2
"What Polish think of the Asia and Asian?"

Work, productive, no islam = good, just don't try to eat our dogs.
OP Jeong 1 | 1    
16 Nov 2015  #3
Eating a dog is a prejudice about Asian culture. We don't eat dog anymore at least young generation. haha thank you
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,649    
16 Nov 2015  #4
I haven't experienced racism yet

well then, welcome to Polish Forums...:)
Levi 13 | 451    
16 Nov 2015  #5
Work, productive, no islam = good

I sign to that.

I can't speak Polish so I don't know their honest mind.

Just look at their eyes. You can decipher most Poles only by looking into their eyes.
wino - | 16    
16 Nov 2015  #6
You shoudn't have any problems. A friend of mine is marrying a Korean man she met at college, he seems to like it here as he decided to stay.

Good luck!
TheExitest    
16 Nov 2015  #7
I'm Looking for asian to meet and have asian friend.
ufo973 10 | 89    
16 Nov 2015  #8
Work, productive, no islam = good, just don't try to eat our dogs.

WOW...You painted whole Asians with one brush and all Muslims with another.
I haven't seen such an idiot and racist guy in my whole life :D
InPolska 11 | 1,821    
16 Nov 2015  #9
@UFO: hang around! I promise you that you'll get your dose of racism, xenophobia, antisemitism, antismuslim, homophobia, bashing against X, Y or Z country... for at least a few years ;). Although there are a few decent people in here, believe me, the density of extremists is most suprising ;). The good thing is that it does not reflect real life.... :)

Please stick to the topic
coco jumbo    
16 Nov 2015  #10
Koreans, Chinese, Japanese are liked and welcome in PL. All racism you might encounter will probably be a stupid joke. Nobody here is really a racist its a myth.
Ktos 17 | 463    
17 Nov 2015  #11
Most Polish are not racist, the great majority is not, we are one of the friendliest and most tolerant nations there are on the planet as far as treatment of other nationalities is concerned. There are not many nations like our one when it comes to tolerance and hospitality towards a stranger. However, Asians are not the friendliest or most helpful of people. They are more loyal to each other than us Polish people, they are helpful to one another but not to other nationalities nor are they tolerant or hospitable to others, at least not the way Polish people are. I have met many Asians throughout my life and this is the reoccurring issue - lack of consideration for other nations.
dolnoslask    
17 Nov 2015  #12
I must admit when I was in China I did feel like a second class citizen, but maybe its because I was out in the sticks and not in a large city, but in singapore and malaysia everyone was really nice.
DiegoBarrueco - | 1    
12 Feb 2016  #13
Merged: Would I do well in Poland?

since asians are considered exotic there

i.imgur.com/85kKRsel.jpg
i.imgur.com/5fPB3sx.jpg
majkel - | 64    
12 Feb 2016  #14
define "do well"
Ali000    
12 Feb 2016  #15
Well If you are not white then you don't belong here (Polish mentality)
InPolska 11 | 1,821    
12 Feb 2016  #16
@Ali: + don't forget about being a "catholic" ;)
Grzegorz_ 52 | 6,180    
  12 Feb 2016  #17
Polish mentality

Said a guy likely coming from some 3rd world shyt hole where one can be stoned to death for not worshipping the pedophile...
Ali000    
12 Feb 2016  #18
It's coming from a guy who has travelled almost all of the main countries in Europe (including Poland) and sharing his experience. Just by looking at the way you talk one can judge what kind of person you are
ShortHairThug - | 1,104    
13 Feb 2016  #19
@Ali000
Oh please just be honest and say "I'm a Polonophob by nature, I can't help myself when I spew this nonsense every time I get the chance" instead of hiding behind the nick that's not really an indicator of your true identity.
Ali000    
13 Feb 2016  #20
@ShortHairThug
No that is not true at all. I don't have anything against Poland or Poles. The country is beautiful. Just talking about my experience and the racism I had to deal with
Wulkan - | 3,277    
13 Feb 2016  #21
i.imgur.com/5fPB3sx.jpg

You look like Korean pro gamer
ShortHairThug - | 1,104    
  14 Feb 2016  #22
@ali000

That one sentence you wrote is not about your experience more like a blank accusation, a sure sign of racism on yor part. Stating you have travaled around Europe in your second post does not help to back up your previous statement. It only reinforced my opinion about you, that the very thing you accused others to be are yourself.
merc - | 3    
27 Mar 2016  #23
Merged: Do Poland only dislike Middle East or do they also dislike far East Asians?

I know there is a BIG trend going on in Poland right now with everyone protesting against the influx of refugees from Middle East.

I don't interfere with Polish politics cause it's their own country but I'm a student living here since almost 6 years already. I'm from faaaar East Asian and sadly, I don't look white at all (obviously).

I have realized that in bigger cities, I feel more "accepted" but as soon as I go to smaller polish cities, people start to be rude to me (especially young men). I feel a bit worried everytime I travel by train and visiting smaller towns.

Let me ask you an honest question?

I hope Polish people don't categorize Middle East with the same category like with Far East Asian? Just because of this trend against ME, does that mean East Asians will also get affected? What's the polish views of those 2 groups of people?

It's wierd that it's so taboo in Europe not diverse the immigrants group like in USA:

Cause there we have:

Asian Americans
Black Americans
Latino Americans
Middle East Americans
White Americans
Native Americans

I think it's nothing wrong with this system at all. He in Europe, you are just either an immigrant or a native. There are too much political correctness involved.

So my final question is still: Do Polish people have negative thoughts about East Asians also due to recent events in Europe or are we spared?
RubasznyRumcajs 5 | 447    
27 Mar 2016  #24
Eas Asian as in Japan, or Thailand etc?
As long as you are not brown, you will be probably ok.
merc - | 3    
27 Mar 2016  #25
@RubasznyRumcajs, I'm from VN but I don't look like a typical one.

I have black hair, fairly high nose - not flat, double eye lids, eyes not too small but def I don't look European enough. My skin is very pale since I grew up in Europe and didn't get so much sun tan - almost same color as a normal polish person so people wouldn't notice anything if I have a hood on my head or something.

So all in all, you can tell that I'm asian but not brown skin at all. You can still tell Im not Polish - unless the Mongol genes (from the Genghis Khan invasion of Poland era) still exist among the Poles.
Hellooo - | 28    
27 Mar 2016  #26
They hate Middle East


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