I re-read that in hopes of identifying the assholery you claimed, but really can't find anything there that I want to apologize for. I guess we'll have to agree to disagree on that.
You remain close minded towards experiences that run contrary to your philosophy.
That's a nice turn of phrase, but what are you talking about in practice?
Warning about skullduggery in dealing with Chinese businesmen involved in the textile/chemical/polymer industries is not the same proclaiming the inherent evil of the Han race or culture.
I am sure you would then agree with me that it was a good thing that I made no such claim, but we'll probably disagree on the level of integrity this kind of straw man represents. I'd also point out that you didn't merely warn about it but spoke with absolutism that it would happen. That happened to be my primary objection, and while QA is a huge issue to deal with in China it is simply not as absolute a problem as you made it out to be.
My past remarks, as stated, dealt specifically with the business culture of a nascent industry attempting to break into a new market. Regardless, you took the low road, attacking me for stereotpical racism, and that makes you an ignorant asshole.
I propose an alternate explanation wherein I did not use the word racist in that thread once and you did. I also posit that I can't be faulted for you deciding on my behalf that I am calling you a racist when I have not done so.
We can test this theory by loading up the page and searching for the text (control/cmd + F) and see if it bears out.
Your own experience in getting computer parts from China remain ungermane to the issue of that thread.
Here again I'd like to point out that I never mentioned computer chips in that thread (mainly because I have no such experience with importing computer chips and my experience was largely centered around latex and vinyl from China and Malaysia) and that is once again what you came up with on your own and just started asserting as fact.
So let's get these facts straight:
1) I never called you racist. The very harshest thing I said to you was that you were engaging in some "ugly stereotypes."
2) This whole computer chips gig is another of the things you imagined I said, and where veracity took a back seat to an imaginative narrative. And I'd like to point out that I've already told you this in that last thread, and that you are having a hard time giving up your imagined "facts" for the real deal.
I posit that in your imagination I really was a total bastard to you, but I think your imagination does not correlate well with reality.