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Growing up, my dad would every once in a while passionately tell my siblings and me about how great and rich Chinese culture and history is. Growing up, I learned that the large amount of Chinese pride my dad exuded seemed to be a common trait among many Chinese people. It is all over the place in Asia; the constant retelling of the drama and war stories of old China and its ageless folk legends like Journey to the West (think Dragon Ball), Romance of the Three Kingdoms, and Water Margin (think Suikoden).
There is so much love for Mainland China by many Chinese, but for many, the feelings are also accompanied by mistrust and uneasiness because of its current political state. China has some really serious issues. I'm not going to touch on politics though, there's waaaay too much stuff on that end... >.<
As most of you know, the two words "Chinese" and "Knock-off" come as a pretty common pairing in the English language today. It's so ridiculous it's comical, especially when the business men in charge are the only ones who deny their thing is a copyright infringing knock-off. Seeing small comical knock-offs like Special Man doesn't really bug me too much; at least I can laugh at them, but considering the number of large-scale multi-million dollar projects that happened like "Not Disneyland" and "Warcraft Land" it's upsetting; it's so shameless. Even I'M a little embarrassed even though I have nothing to do with it other than being ethnically Chinese. How can they say they have any pride?