If you had been in Thailand long enough, you owuld have heard the question that has been going around:
"If you see a (poisonous) snake and an Indian, which one do you kill first?"
I would not need to give you the answer, someone else will, I am sure.
Then we recall that "racial joke about the four passenger on the Tran-siberian Railway. After the British grab the Indian and threw him out of the window of the running train, he just calmly told the socking fellow passengers:
"In England, there are too many Indians."
I heard that the social list uprising in Mynmar was actually caused by the desires of the local to find some ways to get rid of those selfish and self-profiteering Indians from Burma.
I had a few classmates from India. Just maintained some kind of polite, yet guarded, relationships with them.
Each time I had to go to Pahurat, very honestly, I don't feel comfortable. I have tried not to be prejudiced. But just don't know why.
Heard that a number of African countries have also been rather uncomfortable about the Indian merchants in their countries.
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