|Winner of the Contest. Oh Hong Kong. If only school was just that amusing.|
No likey, no clicky.Warning, some swearing ahead.No likey, no clicky. by pokemonsonicgirl123
Not too long ago, I saw a journal from a stamp maker I used to watch with a new, yet stupid, rule saying, "Any stamp requests regarding couples which are extremely offensive will be denied." My first reaction was "What??" and then my second was "What. The. Hell." with me facepalming at the utter stupidity of that new rule. And it was coming from a stamp maker of all people. She even went to say that HongPiri is offensive! Okay, there's the Manila tour bus hostage crisis back in August of 2010, but they settled the spat in April! What's up with that?!
First Hetalia's slammed for being racist, the anthropomorphized country gets slammed for being offensive, their Nyo counterparts get slammed for being offensive, I got slammed for being racist just because I hate a Hetalia character (*coughPrussiacough* and fuck off social justice warriors), and now Hetalia couples are offensive? That's like saying Seymour x Yuna from Fina
Ask the Little AsiansHello, and welcome to Ask the Little Asians, where you- yes, YOU- get to have a chance to ask Hong Kong, Taiwan, or Korea questions, 99.7 percent answered honestly.Ask the Little Asians by catastrophemastery
Before we begin, do know that:
I, the freak who doesn't have a life, barely know anything about Chinese and Korean culture. I was supposed to make one for the Nordics and Asia but someone got that before me, so.. yeah.
If you ever ask for something in Korean or Chinese, I would probably end up using a translator (guaranteed for Chinese, since I can ask a Korean friend about their language.) or as we all know, GOOGLE TRANSLATOR. And it sucks, lemme tell you that.
You may ask any question, and they will answer it. Even if we have to resort to forceful means.
If you would suddenly like to ask a random nation a question, we may call them up, and try to make them answer you obviously private and embarrassing questions.
The dialogs will be like a script to provide better understanding as to who is speaking.
And before our little
Ask the Little Asians 02A/N: Sorry if I have any mistakes grammatically or on Korean and Chinese culture. And OOC ness, I guess.Ask the Little Asians 02 by catastrophemastery
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Taiwan, HK, an Korea: Welcome!
Korea: *strikes a pose* annyeonghaseyo! Welcome to "Ask the Little Asians" da ze! I don't get why we're called little though. Hong and I are taller than China hyung-nim and Kiku. But WanWan, you're little!
Oh, Asking originated in me, da ze!
HK: Sure it did. So, we're answering questions now.
Taiwan: Yep, yep! Though let us introduce ourselves. My name is Taiwan or WanWan.
HK: I'm Hong Kong, or Hong.
Korea: And I'm the Republic of Korea, da ze! Im Yong Soo's the name!
HK: -pulls out paper- Okay, so question number one.
Loch Ness Writer:
I'm from Taiwan so I'll test you now. If you get it wrong, no sweat.
What is Pi Dan Dou Fu and which little Asian has Beef Noodle Soup as their national dis
APH: Because Rivalry is FunAll was quiet in the conference room, strangely. The air was tense and silent, as if everyone were holding their breaths.APH: Because Rivalry is Fun by brewcha
America shifted uneasily in his seat, wondering whether or not he should speak and just begin the meeting or wait for a while. England had a frown on his face, a slightly worried look on his face. China too, but he looked more bewildered. Italy looked slightly frightened of the tense atmosphere, and didn't even spout some random nonsense to break the silence. Germany, like England, had an even bigger frown than usual. Japan's usually emotionless worried face was more worried than usual.
Overall, everyone was quite uneasy. Except for Greece, who was asleep.
All their gazes, be it worried, concerned, bewildered, annoyed or whatever, were all directed to two nations in particular.
Well, one nation, actually, since the other wasn't even independent.
Hong Kong and Singapore were directing death glares towards each other like they were bitter enemies.
Well, Hong Ko
APH - The Count of FiveFive.APH - The Count of Five by xKilaylaXstarx
A single dark, bushy eyebrow twitched in annoyance. His stoic face a pale mask of calm.
"-and then aniki said-"
A sliver of a crack began to penetrate the mask. Of course, it was nothing more than a muscle spasm.
"-but you know, it originated in Korea anyway, da ze~ So, then-"
This book was incredibly interesting. Why was he finding it so hard to concentrate?
"-and it was really cool. I wasn't scared, of course! But you should've seen-"
It was that guy. Why wouldn't he leave? Why wouldn't he have the courtesy to be quiet?
"-you know what I mean? Eh, Li? What do you thi-Ouf!"
Damn that Korea
Making him do something like this
The two Asians quickly toppled over, landing painfully on the wooden floorboards below. Hong Kong stared intensely down at Korea beneath him, who was successfully knocked speechless for the time being.
But It wasn't long before
"Ooooh, Hong Kong is mad, da ze~"
What will make him sh
I know there are a bunch of APH fanclubs out there. I am sure there must be one for Hong Kong, but.. welcome to the Hong Kong fanclub. And I would love for members to join in their love for Hong Kong. Because, we all know, he needs more love.
1. You must be a fan of Hong Kong (and prolly APH )
2. You must acknowledge his existence (I can't tell you how many people I talk to don't)
2. You can submit fanfiction, icons, fanart, etc. (please put a warning if it is mature)
3. Deviwatch us and add our club icon to your journal.
Since entering the private group is very simple. Just push the button and ready JOIN OUR GROUP. Nothing else
It is also very simple: just press the button CONTRIBUTE ART, then select the picture you wish to upload, and then press the OK button ... that's all
Just (if you are a group) go to your own affiliate page, and put in the name of the group~
Questions? Comments? Just ask =3
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