An elderly Chinese-American woman, generally from dense urban areas with large Chinatowns. Often collects cans at all hours of the night and looks suspiciously upon those who are foreign to her stomping grounds. Practices Tai-Chi in the early morning and is prone to donning a bucket hat. The Dichi will always assume, nomatter who she is talking to, that one has a full comprehension of Cantonese or Mandarin, making communication difficult.
A Dichi demanded I give her a rebate on some flowers at work today . . . But she didn't speak English so I was confused.
by Matt Hewitt February 15, 2008