… is the title of an article we found about Chinese Casanovas in Tamale, Ghana. Apparently, they’re kind of an (ignominious) hit over there:
The beautiful skyline-changing CAN 2008 modern stadium in Tamale is a welcome addition to the municipality’s landmarks, but the development is coming at a cost to parents and the mostly conservative Muslim residents of the Northern Reginal capital, as local girls get impregnated by the hardworking workers of the Chinese firm, Shangai Construction Group.
Shangai? Is that a typo, or did the company in question just want a name that looked a bit more original when they were doing business in Gana?
The article then delves into sordid details:
A drama was unfolded when one of the girls, was unable to make out her ‘suitor’, impregnator when a muster parade of the workers was ordered by their boss. A joke was prompted by what allegedly transpired when the parade was orderd, especially as one of the girls took a long look at the first person in the line-up and proceeded to the next Chinese.” Not this one. No, the next one, Not him”, she said in Dagbani and gave up disappointedly, as the parade was dismissed.
The similarities in the Mongoloid features, especially the epicanthic eyes of the assembled workers, did not favour her but worked well for the Chinese Casanovas who happly remained unidentified only to continue their nightly escapades.
People used to make fun of Mongoloids because they all look like gooks, but in fact, Asiatics have it better than a lot of other races. You could argue that they are favored by evolution — the fact that they all look the same means that they can basically stick their dicks whereever they please with relative impunity, which means they can spread their seed far and wide.
Despite this scandalous behavior, Chinese Casanovas are but part of the larger picture of Sino-African cooperation, where China has largely played the part of the no-nonsense investor that brings much needed capital and jobs to Africa minus all the preachiness of the Western countries. That’s why, in the end,
The Tamale municipality, whose hospitable indigenous people have not witnessed in many years a major capital intensive project of the scale of the ongoing stadium, appear to be justifiably too excited about the development than show anger at the escapades of their guests.
Yeah, who cares about the escapades?
Slanty-eyed Epicanthic eyed black kids are cool-lookin’.