How do you call a person from an area?
English uses some suffixes, such as -er/-or, -ard, -ite, -i, -ish (vs -man/-woman), -ese ( but -man/-woman :( , attaching to a plancename to call a resident from a town, city, region or country.
In Chinese we have the only and consistent way to call them. Why is there the diversity in English?
I'm wondering what an English speaker will call a person from a certain place without knowing a ready noun for them.