I'm very sorry if I inadvertently offended your delicate sensibilities.
That was in no way my intention.
I have travelled the world living/working in all continents except Australasia and have made many friends worldwide, and NEVER have I mocked or made fun of anyone of any race creed or religion. (Wasn't particularly enamoured of Saddam Hussein or Bin Laden though.)
One thing I did learn, however, is that anywhere you go whereas most folk are friendly and just want to 'get along' there is always someone who looks on the dark side of life and finds bad where none is!
My comment (last sentence) was simply a jocular reference to the well known fact that, despite some 30,000+ characters in the Chinese alphabet there is not one for 'R'.
Resulting in the substitution of L in the translation and pronunciation of western words.
Case in point - When the French supermarket chain Carrefour opened in China it came out as Callefoul in Chinese. I experienced this first hand during several very amicable visits to China.
Being an ardent fan and user of an Airfryer it spontaneously occurred to me FlySky - FrySky - AirFry!
I have no idea of your ethnic origin or if you have ever been to China, and is for me irrelevant anyway, but in deference to your sensitive proclivity I shall delete the, to you, offensive sentence.
No likes yet
This member will receive 1 point
for every like received