You know what I can’t stand? Chinese violin and piano players. 
The violin (as we understand the instrument today) and especially the piano are utterly western inventions. They are utterly inseparable with the development of western music, and thus art, and thus culture.
Ditto Japanese blues guitarists, and Arabic hip-hop artists and African opera singers, and the like. 
When, say, Asian or African or Arabic people put on tuxedoes and sit in philharmonic orchestras, and do art assocated with western civilization, while not being actual westerners who grew up thoroughly marinated in the culture, they are essentially playing in “whiteface”, pretending to be western. They have no concept of these artifacts of western culture – they don’t gather for jam session in garages, they don’t sit on street corners in the Bronx, they don’t know the feeling of Renaissance-era Italy.
“Wait”, you say – “adopting parts of other languages and cultures into one’s own is an essential part of humanity!”
OK. I guess you could say so.
But tell it to this joyless slagathor at the apparently-racist, nativist rag Salon. Who has, by the way, adopted a form of communication – the “opinion piece” – that is not native to her ethnic culture. Why is she turning my culture into a white-face minstrel show? 
 Not really . This is satire.
 See 1, above.
 It’s her logic, not mine.