For the same reasons.
chinese public that hated star wars also hates black panther
For the same reasons.
SJWs are hating on Chinese because SJWs are racist. Chinese say the film is too dark. SJWs take that to mean Chinaman hate black people. But if you read the comments, they complaint that most scenes take place at night and the entire film is so dark they can't find their seats. Anyone that understands Chinese culture knows they like bright colors and illumination, not dark caves where you can't see anything.
> Facing the best aura of Marvel for 10 years, I can't wait to read it, but it feels drowsy to me. People may not be accustomed to black movies. The screen is most afraid of black after the lights are turned off. As a result, the Panthers were black, and their main characters were blacks. They also set a lot of scenes at night. Even car games are nights, and darkness brings faintness, even if the Panthers have three thousand people in the harem.
> The high score of rotten tomatoes can only show that the tastes of the United States and China are really different. The other thing that makes people less refreshed is that the Panthers have no superpower except the battle suit, and the battle suit can also absorb kinetic energy. They are invulnerable, physically strong, and able to walk on water. They feel somewhat similar to Captain America who has a shield. The Captain America story is more ornamental, and the fighting and ceremonies of these tribes within the Panthers are relatively boring.
> Here's a splendid look at the two eggs in the film, which is really very long. The first egg was the Panthers who spoke at the elite forum in the United States and denied his father's policy of retreating and locking the country. Instead, he implemented reform and opening up. . . To share the vibrations with the world, an elite at the bottom interposes, meaning that it is worthwhile to share a small country like you. The second egg was the Black Panther's younger sister who taught the Winter Soldier (a good base friend of the US team) various black technologies. It appears that the Winter Soldiers in the "Avenger's Alliance 3" will also appear.
About the color key of most scenes you can say exactly the same about STD (Star Trek Discovery.) Many scenes can be hard to make out unless you're watching in a dark room. It's the current SF movie making fad, I suppose.
It's racist to be against dark scenes. Got it.
The point is not how well the film it is doing in china.
The point is that quartz is trying to portray the Chinese as racists.
If you actually read what the Chinese critics said, they're complaining that in dark scenes black people are harder to see.
This is simply factually correct.
It probably never occurred to them that this could be viewed as racist.
"Anyone that understands Chinese culture knows they like bright colors and illumination, not dark caves where you can't see anything."
This is absolutely true, I can attest to this from personal experience in China and being around Chinese in-laws. The Western restaurants in China will use dim lighting to look trendy and cool but those are the exception.
Is it also true that Chinese consider cold and refrigeration to be like death or the work of the devil or something and are almost pathologically averse to cold foods and beverages?
That as well. They like to be warm.
I left a tour bus to go out into the nice 70F-ish air and the driver remarked that he can't see how I can be exposed without a sweater or jacket (translated by my mother in law)
The AC in our hotel was turned off because there had been a cold snap recently. It was so warm it was impossible to sleep without opening the windows and letting in the polluted air.
One could ask whether this is cultural or genetic. Like maybe they don't generate very much body heat due to their lower BMI?
I've heard they have a high metabolism and have to pretty much eat on schedule, or they get the shakes.
The cold thing is for real. Used to work with a guy from Taiwan.
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