Jiangshi Hat event?

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  • enthusiasticenthusiastic ✭✭
    edited February 2018
    Okay for the amount of people that replied the most racist thing to say look at this asian complaining and think it's okay to give out dead vampire zombie items as gifts is okay, please educate yourself and fix your attitude. You aren't deprived of fcking giving aways/events.
    And to those who actually said something about respecting culture, I thank you for actually saying something and acknowledging.

    To EME Umm next time you disrespect someone's culture and holiday without research don't try and host it. EME should actually know what they did wrong and not let it brush over, like oh an asian is complaining. I dare you to try and host a Jianshi event in Korea while they are also celebrating the new year and see if they are going to slap you guys. That just shows how ignorant and disrespectful you are.
    For those who can't imaging why I'm complaining about:
    IF someone who is religious and during the celebration of christmas and then you received gifts about death how would you feel?! This is legit wishing someone bad luck throughout the year.
  • ElinLove wrote: »
    Idk if eme is aware.. that it's the lunar new year... New year means happy, lucky,family and friends etc. AKA celebration time ...you do not want to do anything that regards towards death.
    Why the hell do you guys think it's a good time to put out a Jiangshi hat event, to contribute the death, zombies??! (Jiangshi means the dead, vampire zombies)UMMM Lunar new year time we asians want nothing to do with death!! D< Like are you guys [filtered] or making fun of the new year?! It's actually very offensive. You are not suppose to give anything that is like bad luck.

    It would be wiser if you guys gave out anything related to the dog year or like fireworks... but a fcking zombie hat?! LIKE WTF...


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    So, the asian gets offended by something on the NA server... Guess... you could play the asian versions just for a change of pace.

    This is so idiotic. Do you know how many people of Asian descent live in NA?
  • ElinUsagiElinUsagi ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited February 2018
    Okay for the amount of people that replied the most racist thing to say look at this asian complaining and think it's okay to give out dead vampire zombie items as gifts is okay, please educate yourself and fix your attitude. You aren't deprived of fcking giving aways/events.
    And to those who actually said something about respecting culture, I thank you for actually saying something and acknowledging.

    To EME Umm next time you disrespect someone's culture and holiday without research don't try and host it. EME should actually know what they did wrong and not let it brush over, like oh an asian is complaining. I dare you to try and host a Jianshi event in Korea while they are also celebrating the new year and see if they are going to slap you guys. That just shows how ignorant and disrespectful they are.
    For those who can't imaging why I'm complaining about:
    IF someone who is religious and during the celebration of christmas and then you received gifts about death how would you feel?! This is legit wishing someone bad luck throughout the year.

    Holydays outside the original region are not bound to be celebrated the same way or are you implying that I as a Mexican should be offended for the fact that USA celebrate the May 5th as if that were the most important day for Mexican people in their History?

    You have to acknowledge the fact that when an special date is used in another country it will have only purpose of marketing, nothing more, marketing doesn't give a [filtered] about people from diferent cultures getting offended.

    By the way, Santa Claus is more than enought to be an offensive image by a chistian at christmass days, yet I don't think they complain to every company that use him as an image for those holydays because that image is a way to drive away people from god.

    You also need to be tolerant about other people culture if you want them to show respect for yours when you are outside from your own country.

    Btw, I really get amused you don't get offeded by being called loser by the first user that replied in this thread.
  • ElinLoveElinLove ✭✭✭✭✭
    OKAY SORRY!
    I was just like "Jeez guy, don't be so offended by a hat name"

    My bad, my bad... That was crappy of me, OK.
  • CatservantCatservant ✭✭✭✭
    edited February 2018

    Okay for the amount of people that replied the most racist thing to say look at this asian complaining and think it's okay to give out dead vampire zombie items as gifts is okay, please educate yourself and fix your attitude. You aren't deprived of fcking giving aways/events.
    And to those who actually said something about respecting culture, I thank you for actually saying something and acknowledging.

    To EME Umm next time you disrespect someone's culture and holiday without research don't try and host it. EME should actually know what they did wrong and not let it brush over, like oh an asian is complaining. I dare you to try and host a Jianshi event in Korea while they are also celebrating the new year and see if they are going to slap you guys. That just shows how ignorant and disrespectful you are.
    For those who can't imaging why I'm complaining about:
    IF someone who is religious and during the celebration of christmas and then you received gifts about death how would you feel?! This is legit wishing someone bad luck throughout the year.

    Maybe a bad example, given the death skulls with santa hats? Tacky, but no one complained beyond that. I think our holidays are more mix-and-matxh than most other cultures.

    Good point about wishing someone bad luck here--that did a lot to help me see what the fuss might be about.
  • How was it respectful to other countries?
    Eme was trying to host an event for lunar new year, and because that item is the only asian thing that is named out, they decided that it's okay to give away an item about zombies.They didn't do any research before thinking it's okay to make that as an marketing thing.
    And if EME did to make an event for a Mexican holiday and instead of giving out anything related and gave an item that offended you guys without research how would you feel?!
    2nd, half the topic people are being racist and disrespectful to asians because we think that it's a good meaning. Yes just because it's an IMPORTANT holiday to us asian's in NA, BR , CN, KR , CAD, doesn't mean we like to be [filtered] on.
    3rd, If those people actually have a good reason on why they are complaining during xmas cause of a company then the company should have done their research first before a blacklash.
  • ElinUsagiElinUsagi ✭✭✭✭✭
    And if EME did to make an event for a Mexican holiday and instead of giving out anything related and gave an item that offended you guys without research how would you feel?!

    Maybe I will laught, believe me.

    Most of the companies that held mexican parties on their restaurants, bars or night clubs doesn't even research about mexican culture and only trown randow shet without knowing what does that really mean.

  • Ya'll need to be more respectful. This is culture and tradition we are talking about. This is someone's total upbringing. They have every single right to feel upset or attacked. I agree, if the new year for them stands for change and life and love, and happiness and good will for all, there shouldn't be a symbol of death present. I'm sure EME didn't intend for this to happen the way it did. (Sure, some research can be done first but miscommunication can happen.) That being said, ya'll poking at them and making fun of them for wanting to stand up for their culture and tradition, that's not cool.
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