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There may be not enough context for answering this question, as the correct answer very much depends on whether the colleague the others were talking about is actually Asian or not. Assuming ignorance about the latter, there is a high probability that they were not talking about an Asian person, because it makes no sense to tell someone that an Asian has ...


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While the term 'chink' DOES have a definition suitable for everyday conversation (e.g: a chink in the armour), your co-worker was most certainly using it in a racist/xenophobic context. Many xenophobes with a hatred towards the Chinese will make references to their eyes and how it may differ to the eye shapes of people from other parts of the world. This is ...


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Intention is important Do they know the word is a racial slur and intentionally use it as one? There is a Chinese word that sounds like "nigga". Its actual meaning is "that one", or it can be used as "emmmmmmmm". It's not unimaginable that some Chinese people who don't speak English travel to the US and utter that word out. Do they mean to offend black ...


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