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Top definition. When Yao Ming dunks on someone's face. NBA player 1: "How'd you manage to break your face? Person 1: Dude why are you always late to history? Person 2 angrily Asian Invasion unknown. Used to describe the "wave" of Asian immigration 2.
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A Christchurch-based right-wing political party has delivered anti-Chinese government flyers in the South Island as it prepares to form Otago branches. Former National Front director Kyle Chapman said he sent about anti-Chinese Government flyers to Dunedin for supporters to put in letterboxes. Guess WHO wins!?
The Yellow Peril also the Yellow Terror and the Yellow Spectre is a racist color-metaphor that is integral to the xenophobic aspect of colonialism : that the peoples of East Asia are an alleged existential danger to the Western world. As a psycho-cultural perception of menace from the Eastern world, fear of the Yellow Peril was more racial than national, a fear derived, not from concern with a specific source of danger, from any one country or people, but from a vaguely ominous, existential fear of the faceless, nameless horde of 'yellow people' opposite the Western world. The ideology of the Yellow Peril is a "core imagery of apes, lesser men, primitives, children, madmen, and beings who possessed special powers", which are cultural representations of colored people that originated in the Greco—Persian Wars — BC , between Ancient Greece and the Persian Empire ; centuries later, Western imperialist expansion included East Asians to the Yellow Peril.