Chinese media has confirmed that a restaurant in Shenyang, China did indeed hang a banner outside of their restaurant “celebrating” the China coronavirus pandemic that has hit the USA.
The Global Times is a state-run news publication which has spread rumors that the U.S. created the “Wuhan virus” and used it as an attack against the Chinese. They identified the restaurant as “Mother Yang’s Porridge Restaurant.”
I can only imagine what horrors they’re serving up in there…
The publication claims police arrested the manager who put up the banner that wished for the pandemic to do as much damage in the United States and Japan as possible. Yeah, sure they did.
“Celebrating the epidemic in the U.S. and wishing coronavirus a nice trip to Japan,” a large red banner over the restaurant read, according to the Global Times’ translation. Other translations note that the Chinese characters also insult Japan as “little” and hope the coronavirus spreads “forever after that.” Vlogger Jennifer Zeng shared the tweet and picture of the restaurants.
Banner at restaurant in #CCP ruled #China says: "Congratulations on the #epidemic in the US! We wish the epidemic in dwarf Japan will last forever and ever!"
What do you think? I call it anti-humanity. Do these kinds of people have the right to protest again "racism"? #CCPVirus pic.twitter.com/N6dODztUI8
— Jennifer Zeng 曾錚 (@jenniferatntd) March 23, 2020
This move comes at a time when relations between China and the rest of the world are very fragile, especially after China lied about the coronavirus and withheld crucial information that could have saved many lives. I don’t know about you, but I plan to do my part by no longer buying anything “Made in China.”
This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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