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Any Question to a Chinese? --- Come here and ask me -- A Chinese people from China

 
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If ok dinasour realive and fight back their places from human being?


YESSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!! BRING ON THE DINOWARS!!!!!1!



I hope Michael Jackson can be alive!!!
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Sorry, he can only turn into a zombie now. [link to blog.tmcnet.com]
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zombieszombieszombiesahhh



Wow!!!!
At first I thgout Wikipedia also spread stuipid things. Then I notice that info is from a novel! Great.

It is fun to see a Zombie novel or movie.
But better not about China. hahaha


Yes hahaha. Flying Cat, you need to read this thread!!! You probably didn't notice because it says "Walker Kronkike", but it's actually ABOUT CHINA!!!

Thread: Walter Cronkite’s death is a time marker for cataclysmic events soon to follow!

The above thread has predictions about a DAM BURSTING. Do you GET IT YET?
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I do notice the novel is about China'S Three Gorges Dam burtsting. But I take it as a novel story. It's the story like China will be crash, America will be shut down. Of curese i'll not take it serious.

Seems you take it serious? Seems you hope much The Gorges DAM break up? You looks very happy to know this novel info and belive it firmly?

hehe... why people supid like you exsit in this world?
People belive ONE man's PREDICTIONS, WOW.. PREDICTIONS from a man....maybe he really has super power? It surorised me that you people still in superstition.

Compared beliving a man's prediction, I prefer to belive a large group of designers and reaserchers. I belive when designers design and research the seurity of Dam, they concern flood damage, human damage, wars damage, nuclear missiles damage..... but thyey will never concern the zombie damage. hahaha


Beside your topic about UFO, the DAM prediction is also another suprise to me.
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Beside your topic about UFO, the DAM prediction is also another suprise to me.
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Okay I'm not sure you understand. Ignore the novel. Here is the Chinese dam burst prediction from the pinned thread:

Thread: Walter Cronkite’s death is a time marker for cataclysmic events soon to follow!

What I saw next was unimaginable flooding. I was in foreign land that I quickly deduced was China. Old mother said we need to go up there to see what is about to happen. She pointed toward the top of a mountain and we began the climb. In the matter of seconds we were at the top of the mountain and looking down at an incredibly large dam. The dam was bulging in the middle and cracks were visible. The people around the dam were franticly screaming commands and panic had set in. The dam was going to fail and they knew it. As I watched the dam break and crumble I was over come with grief. It was as if some one had stabbed me with an emotional knife. Hundreds of thousands perished. Old mother told me to close my eyes again.
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Chinese people suffer from enormous inferiority complexes. Thats why they are trying to imitate the westerners in each and every field. They have no self respect left at all.

They are unfortunately following the worse things of the western world : materialism. All Chinese now want to be materialistic and want to earn money. They have been brainwashed to believe, just like in the west, that paper money has absolute value and all the people should spend their life running after this bullsh*t paper money.


I prefer the Taiwanese more. They respect their identity and do not tend to become as much copycats of the west as their mainland neighbors. Taiwanese have preserve Kung Fu (real one), Qi Gong, and many other aspects of their culture, and yet they have progressed and developed.

China is simply aping the west.
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Well, China do accept something from west, now you scold it.
China do not accept Westen system, you sold it too.

In the developing and progressing process of a country, some issues are unavoidtable. If you are American, just look back your own history.
China is walking as its own way, and will be better and better, no matter you admit it or not.

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Beside your topic about UFO, the DAM prediction is also another suprise to me.


Okay I'm not sure you understand. Ignore the novel. Here is the Chinese dam burst prediction from the pinned thread:

Thread: Walter Cronkite’s death is a time marker for cataclysmic events soon to follow!

What I saw next was unimaginable flooding. I was in foreign land that I quickly deduced was China. Old mother said we need to go up there to see what is about to happen. She pointed toward the top of a mountain and we began the climb. In the matter of seconds we were at the top of the mountain and looking down at an incredibly large dam. The dam was bulging in the middle and cracks were visible. The people around the dam were franticly screaming commands and panic had set in. The dam was going to fail and they knew it. As I watched the dam break and crumble I was over come with grief. It was as if some one had stabbed me with an emotional knife. Hundreds of thousands perished. Old mother told me to close my eyes again.
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I do understand that the novel and the prediction is about Dam bursting. But do you understand what i posted there? I don;t believe prediction, it is a supertition, ok?
Dont understand why you people believe supertition.
If that prediction predict exact bursting date? Then let's wait and see. hehe.

You know someone predicted China will be creashed and even give a date, but what you see now?


In old times, even now at some outlying places in China, there are certain kind of people, they said they can predict people's fate, they can see gost ect... I think you might belive those people?

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Here I just ask you some questions:
1)Why not American give up Hawaii, Canadian give up Quebec, UK give up Scotland, French give up Corsica, Spanish give up Basques, Italian give up Sicily, Danes free the Faeroe Island, Japanese can free Okinawan, New Zealand can give the islands to Maori, Australian can give up Papua, Sri Lanka can separate Tamil, Indian can separate Sikh? Why?


I can answer one of your questions. Australia gave independence to Papua New Guinea in 1975.

"Peaceful independence from Australia, the de facto metropolitan power, occurred on September 16, 1975, and close ties remain (Australia remains the largest bilateral aid donor to Papua New Guinea)."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Yes you are right, I checked the info from web again, it has got independence.

Here is the history:

1. Year 1526, Spanish found the island
2. Year 1884, UK and Germany devide the island to 2 parts.
3. Year 1906, UK give his part of island to Australia.
4. Year 1947, United Nation decide Australia manage whole Islan.
5. Year 1973, Papua New Guinea set up self-government.
6. On Sep. 16th 1975, The Independent State of Papua New Guinea is set up.


Now I know Austrlia never own PAPUA, it was just give right to manage Papua temporary.

Do you know Tibet is a part of China from Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368)?
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Do you know the guy who stood in front of the tanks in Tienanmen Square whilst carrying groceries?
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I think his name was .....








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Ok, here I have a link for you.

[link to www.commondreams.org]





Published on Monday, April 14, 2008 by CommonDreams.org

The Hypocrisy and Danger of Anti-China Demonstrations
by Floyd Rudmin

We hear that Tibetans suffer "demographic aggression" and "cultural genocide". But we do not hear those terms applied to Spanish and French policies toward the Basque minority. We do not hear those terms applied to the US annexation of the Kingdom of Hawaii in 1898. And Diego Garcia? In 1973, not so long ago, the UK forcibly deported the entire native Chagossian population from the Indian Ocean island of Diego Garcia. People were allowed one suitcase of clothing. Nothing else. Family pets were gassed, then cremated. Complete ethnic cleansing. Complete cultural destruction. Why? In order to build a big US air base. It has been used to bomb Afghanistan and Iraq, and soon maybe to bomb Iran and Pakistan. Diego Garcia, with nobody there but Brits and Americans, is also a perfect place for rendition, torture and other illegal actions.

When the Olympics come to London in 2012, the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu will certainly lead the demonstrators protesting the "demographic aggression" and "cultural genocide" in Diego Garcia. The UN Secretary General, the President of France, the Chancellor of Germany, the new US President and the entire US Congress will certainly boycott the opening ceremonies.

The height of hypocrisy is this moral posturing about 100 dead in race riots in Lhasa, while the USA, UK and more than 40 nations in the Coalition of the Willing wage a war of aggression against Iraq. This is not "demographic aggression" but raw shock-and-awe aggression. A war crime. A war on civilians, including the intentional destruction of the water and sewage systems, and the electrical grid. More than one million Iraqis are now dead; five million made into refugees. The Western invaders may not be doing "cultural genocide" but they are doing cultural destruction on an immense scale, in the very cradle of Western Civilization. Why is the news filled with demonstrators about Tibet but not about Iraq?

And as everyone knows but few dare say, "demographic aggression" and "cultural genocide" can be applied most accurately to Israel's settlement policies and systematic destruction of Palestinian communities. On this, the Dalai Lama seems silent. Demonstrators don't wave flags for bulldozed homes, destroyed orchards, or dead Palestinian children.

The Chinese Context

The Chinese government is responsible for the well-being and security of one-fourth of humanity. Race riots and rebellion cannot be tolerated, not even when done by Buddhist monks.

Chinese Civilization was already old when the Egyptians began building pyramids. But the last 200 years have not gone well, what with two Opium Wars forcing China to import drugs, and Europeans seizing coastal ports as a step to complete colonial control, then the Boxer Rebellion, the collapse of the Manchu Dynasty, civil war, a brutal invasion and occupation by Japan, more civil war, then Communist consolidation and transformation of society, then Mao's Cultural Revolution. Such events caused tens of millions of people to die. Thus, China's recent history has good reasons why social order is a higher priority than individual rights. Race riots and rebellion cannot be tolerated.

Considering this context, China's treatment of its minorities has been exemplary compared to what the Western world has done to its minorities. After thousands of years of Chinese dominance, there still are more than 50 minorities in China. After a few hundred years of European dominance in North and South America, the original minority cultures have been exterminated, damaged, or diminished.

Chinese currency carries five languages: Chinese, Mongolian, Tibetan, Uigur, and Zhuang. In comparison, Canadian currency carries English and French, but no Cree or Inuktitut. If the USA were as considerate of ethnic minorities as is China, then the greenback would be written in English, Spanish, Cherokee and Hawaiian.

In China, ethnic minorities begin their primary schooling in their own language, in a school administered by one of their own community. Chinese language instruction is not introduced until age 10 or later. This is in sharp contrast to a history of coerced linguistic assimilation in most Western nations. The Australian government recently apologized to the Aboriginal minority for taking children from their families, forcing them to speak English, beating them if they spoke their mother tongue. China has no need to make such apology to Tibetans or to other minorities.

China's one-child-policy seems oppressive to Westerners, but it has not applied to minorities, only to the Han Chinese. Tibetans can have as many children as they choose. If Han people have more than one child, they are punished.

There is a similar preference given to minorities when it comes to admission to universities. For example, Tibetan students enter China's elite Peking University with lower exam scores than Han Chinese students.

China is not a perfect nation, but on matters of minority rights, it has been better than most Western nations. And China achieved this in the historical context of restoring itself and recovering from 200 years of continual crisis and foreign invasion.

Historical Claims

National boundaries are not natural. They all arise from history, and all history is disputable. Arguments and evidence can always be found to challenge a boundary. China has long claimed Tibet as part of its territory, though that has been hard to enforce during the past 200 years. The Dalai Lama does not dispute China's claim to Tibet. The recent race riots in Tibet and the anti-Olympics demonstrations will not cause China to shrink itself and abandon part of its territory. Rioters and demonstrators know that.

Foreign governments promoting Tibet separatism and demonstrators demanding Tibet independence should look closer to home. Canadians can campaign for Québec libre. Americans can support separatists in Puerto Rico, Vermont, Texas, California, Hawaii, Guam, and Alaska. Brits can work for a free Wales, and Scotland for the Scots. French can help free Tahitians, New Caledonians, Corsicans, and the Basques. Spaniards can also back the Basques, or the Catalonians. Italians can help Sicilian separatists or the Northern League. Danes can free the Faeroe Islands. Poles can back Cashubians. Japanese can help Okinawan separatists, and Filipinos can help the Moros. Thai can promote Patanni independence; Indonesians can promote Acehnese independence. New Zealanders can leave the islands to the Maori; Australians can vacate Papua. Sri Lankans can help Tamil separatists; Indians can help Sikh separatists.

Nearly every nation has a separatist movement of some kind. There is no need to go to Tibet, to the top of the world, to promote ethnic separatism. China is not promoting separatism in other nations and does not appreciate other nations promoting separatism in China. The people most oppressed, most needing a nation of their own, are the Palestinians. There is a worthy project to promote and to demonstrate about.

Danger of Demonstrations

These demonstrations do not serve Tibetans, but rather use Tibetans for ulterior motives. Many Tibetans, therefore, oppose these demonstrations. Many Chinese remember their history and see the riots in Lhasa and subsequent demonstrations as another attempt by foreign powers to dismember and weaken China. There is grave danger that Chinese might come to fear Tibetans as traitors, resulting in wide spread anti-Tibetan feelings in China.

Fear that an ethnic minority serves foreign forces caused Canada, during World War 1, to imprison its Ukranian minority in concentration camps. For similar reasons, the Ottomans deported their Armenian minority and killed more than a million in death marches. The German Nazis saw the Jewish minority as traitors who caused defeat in World War 1; hence deportations in the 1930s and death camps in the 1940s. During World War 2, both Canada and the USA feared that their Japanese immigrant minorities were traitorous and deported them to concentration camps. Indonesians fearing their Chinese minority, deported 100,000 in 1959 and killed thousands more in 1965. Israel similarly fears its Arab minority, resulting in deportations and oppression.

Hopefully, the Chinese government and the Chinese people will see Tibetans as victims of foreign powers rather than agents of foreign powers. However, if China reacts like other nations have in history and starts systematic severe repression of Tibetans, then today's demonstrators should remember their role in causing that to happen.

Conclusion

The demonstrators now disparaging China serve only to distract themselves and others from seeing and correcting the current failings of their own governments. If the demonstrators will take a moment to listen, they will hear the silence of their own hypocrisy.

The consequences of these demonstrations are 1) China will stiffen its resolve to find foreign influences inciting Tibetans to riot, and 2) the governments of the USA, UK, France and other Western nations will have less domestic criticism for a few weeks. That is all. These demonstrations can come to no good end.

Floyd Rudmin can be contacted by email.
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good post!

Good questions and also good answers.:)

I'd like to ask some questions about US someday.....I hope Americans will also answer me with sincerity like Cat have....
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Flying Cat,..what is your advice to someone moving to China? bump
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Yes. What would it cost to rent a house or apartment in a nice city or area? What would it cost per month for everything? Can I live there on $1000 per month? $2000 per month?
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Flying Cat,..what is your advice to someone moving to China? bump



Yes. What would it cost to rent a house or apartment in a nice city or area? What would it cost per month for everything? Can I live there on $1000 per month? $2000 per month?
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In Shanghai,
The house rent price is depend on house standard.
RMB1000 - RMB2000, you can rent only one room, or a old house far away from downtown.
RMB2000.00 -RMB4000.00, the house is normal, mostly built in 80s-90s. With basic furnature and electirc applience: air conditaion, friedge, micorowave owven,shower tv,sofar etc...but the quality is normal.
RMB4000.00 - RMB7000.00, the above basic things are better, the house will be larger and well decorated, the the the residence community is better, the surrundings of community is better.
RMB7000.00 above, the house.... you'd better buy a house in Shanghai, but not pay rent every month. hahahaha

The price is depend on house location and situation.

You can live here on $1000 of course! it will be a not bad life!
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Cat, you made a mistake, what you describe is the apartment not house.

As i know, one of my freign customer rent an apartment in Pudong district on the cost of RMB5000, the apartmetn is with two bedroon, two bath room and one big living room, the residence community is like a garden, and also with firniture and home appliances.

I think it is too big for a single people, so you surely can rent a satisfied apartment with RMB3000-4000.

Some foreigners here only eat imported food which is expensive, but if you eat chinese food, the food expenditure will be RMB2500, and i think it is a very loose estimate figure.
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Why are Chinese women so beatiful..?
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Why are Chinese women so beatiful..?
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How did you know I'm beautiful? hahaha
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Cat, be modest! You know I'm more beautiful than you ! You know it.
hahaha
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Why chinese people want to destroy tibet people?

Why the fuck you pulled the skin of dogs when they still are alive? That people deserves the same treatment too!!

Why do you live under authority government/police and you don't do anything about it?
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Why chinese people want to destroy tibet people?

Why the fuck you pulled the skin of dogs when they still are alive? That people deserves the same treatment too!!

Why do you live under authority government/police and you don't do anything about it?
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Think more and study more before asking questions, ok?
Are you an adult with and adult mind? Have you ever been educated even one day?
Your family never teach you how to think?

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Any Question to a Chinese? --- Come here and ask me -- A Chinese people from China

I'm browsing internet today and encounter to vitist this website. The Forum looks in hot and many people are discussiong their topics here.. So I decide to join in.

I'm in Shanghai, China.
If you have anything want to know about China, or something, pls. ask me or lets discuss.


Sorry for my English.Hope you can undestand want i want to say. hehehe.

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Hello from Ningbo..

Enjoy the Eclipse ?
silence is golden....
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In Middle Europe - a group of visitors came to e Chinese restaurant, sat down and grabbed the menus. There were two Chinese among them, one representative of a business company and his assistant. When the waiter came and saw the Chinese, he took them the menus and gave them another kind, specially for Chinese. Of course this move rose some suspicion. What did it mean - do you serve other foods in Chinese restaurants to locals and other for Chinese?
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Recently I read some posts about China, i found here is full of prejudice and Ignorance.
People here seems not think more, just think as a straight line.

Disapointed me.

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