A funny yet rather annoying incident:
Had dinner with hubb at Yang Sheng Ge last Saturday. Once we entered the shop, he greeted a chinese man seated next to us, I think he's in his mid 40s, with a few more friends.
I then asked hubb who is he, and he told me he's a friend who is also doing air cond business. we then continued our dining as usual.
Done with dinner, paid the bill, and we walked off the shop. Suddenly that uncle shouted at hubb and waved at him, I thought they have something to discuss so I waited outside.
here comes the funny thing, I asked hubb what happened and he said:
Hubb: The uncle whispered to me, China or local one? =_=""
I told him she's my wife la! walau eh~
And I was told that the uncle went 'Oh your wife ar? Sorry sorry!! I thought you havent married la! paiseh paiseh' =_=
No doubt he apologised, I still feel abit offended. Well, even IF I look like those 'China bicycle' (if you know what I mean), he should not ask so rudely like this. If he really wanna know, I'd appreciate if he changed his question to 'Is that your wife/gf? China or local one?'
Later on, we told our friends about this during our usual yum cha session, everybody had a good laugh and I dint really feel anything. But thinking about it again, I started to feel annoyed.
And if I can, I wanna tell this uncle: China or not, it's none of your business. Even if you own a China bicycle, doesnt means everyone else does. Come on! So please watch your mouth!!
lady with her bicycle, at China (photo taken from Google)