I do not mean to cause offence with this question; I ask only to potentially become better acquainted with Chinese vernacular, and, I must admit, a little out of curiosity.
A politically incorrect, highly ignorant, and borderline racist way for an English speaker to stereotype the sound of spoken Chinese is "ching chong ching chong" or variant thereof.
Do the Chinese have an equivalent standard gibberish for impersonating English speakers or other westerners?
(I did read the FAQ for this site and didn't see anything specifically forbidding such a question. Please accept my apologies if the community deems this topic unsuitable.)