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Japanese Refused Service at Calgary Karaoke Bar

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The owner of a Karaoke bar in Calgary has apologized for a handwritten sign that said they did not serve Japanese People. It was all over the dispute between Japan and China over some small islands in the Pacific.

The sign was in written in Chinese. The owner said it was a joke.

http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/calgary/Sign+refusing+Japanese+Calgary+karaoke+stirs+outrage/7287903/story.html

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F*** rascism!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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The funny thing is that the message was wriiten in Chinese so Japanese people would have no idea what the sign said.

So how could Japanese people be offended by a sign they can't read. Its like me going to a Japanese restaurant and there as sign that is derogatory to me (except I would have no what idea it said).

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The owner of a Karaoke bar in Calgary has apologized for a handwritten sign that said they did not serve Japanese People. It was all over the dispute between Japan and China over some small islands in the Pacific.

The sign was in written in Chinese. The owner said it was a joke.

http://www.calgaryhe...7903/story.html

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The funny thing is that the message was wriiten in Chinese so Japanese people would have no idea what the sign said.

So how could Japanese people be offended by a sign they can't read. Its like me going to a Japanese restaurant and there as sign that is derogatory to me (except I would have no what idea it said).

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I hear some people can speak more than one language.

Dang wizards.

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Misleading title - as far as I know they didn't actually refuse any Japanese service.

To me, it's just one of those "free beer tomorrow" signs in poorer taste.

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Misleading title - as far as I know they didn't actually refuse any Japanese service.

To me, it's just one of those "free beer tomorrow" signs in poorer taste.

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The funny thing is that the message was wriiten in Chinese so Japanese people would have no idea what the sign said.

So how could Japanese people be offended by a sign they can't read. Its like me going to a Japanese restaurant and there as sign that is derogatory to me (except I would have no what idea it said).

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The big deal should be about how unfunny the bar owner is.

What a stupid joke...

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The funny thing is that the message was wriiten in Chinese so Japanese people would have no idea what the sign said.

So how could Japanese people be offended by a sign they can't read. Its like me going to a Japanese restaurant and there as sign that is derogatory to me (except I would have no what idea it said).

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