Discussion:
You people who can understand Chinese, pay attention to what Chinese people say when they first meet: They greet each other with" "Have you eaten today" or "Have you eaten your rice today".
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a***@my-deja.com
2007-08-26 03:13:28 UTC
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One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you.
You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!

Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
Yeah, ignorance is bless, parrot abeenchum.
Yeah, ignorance is bless, parrot abeenchum.
When people in denial mode, there's nothing you can do. Oh well...
Yeah, ignorance is bless, pparrot abeenvhum.
Ha, you are true Chinese. I remember you grew up in Indonesia,
right? If so, I am glad oversea Chinese still maintain those old
Chinese greetings. Same in Taiwan.
abeenchum, you are too ignorant to know the truth. You are nothing
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rst0wxyz
2007-08-26 03:20:42 UTC
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Post by a***@my-deja.com
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you.
You
really dont know about Chinese stuff.
Your ignorance is overwhelming, and surpassed only by your stupidity..
Post by a***@my-deja.com
So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
a***@my-deja.com
2007-08-26 03:24:16 UTC
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One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!

Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@my-deja.com
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you.
You
really dont know about Chinese stuff.
Your ignorance is overwhelming, and surpassed only by your stupidity..
Post by a***@my-deja.com
So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
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rst0wxyz
2007-08-27 01:43:49 UTC
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Post by a***@my-deja.com
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you.
parrot abeenchum, you have been whitewashed by Chinese historians.
You are ignorant Chinaman who thinks China is and was the only world.
Post by a***@my-deja.com
You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty.
You are only good for twisting words around.
Post by a***@my-deja.com
Ancient Chinese people do
travel.
Most didn't.
Post by a***@my-deja.com
Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
China was not the only civilization. Chinese people glorified China
like there were no others.
Post by a***@my-deja.com
simply ask. Ok!
You? Yoiu only parrot others answers..
Post by a***@my-deja.com
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance,
Blame yourself, don't blame others.
Post by a***@my-deja.com
you are not from
intellectual family, are you?
With your intellitual, the parrots can do better, right Vernon North?
Post by a***@my-deja.com
You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
That's right. You can read all about it in the Fort Huachuca museum.
And there are still two buildings in Fort Huachuca bearing their
names. Now, where are your fore-bears' names?
a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-27 02:30:52 UTC
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One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!

Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@my-deja.com
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you.
parrot abeenchum, you have been whitewashed by Chinese historians.
You are ignorant Chinaman who thinks China is and was the only world.
Post by a***@my-deja.com
You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty.
You are only good for twisting words around.
Post by a***@my-deja.com
Ancient Chinese people do
travel.
Most didn't.
Post by a***@my-deja.com
Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
China was not the only civilization. Chinese people glorified China
like there were no others.
Post by a***@my-deja.com
simply ask. Ok!
You? Yoiu only parrot others answers..
Post by a***@my-deja.com
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance,
Blame yourself, don't blame others.
Post by a***@my-deja.com
you are not from
intellectual family, are you?
With your intellitual, the parrots can do better, right Vernon North?
Post by a***@my-deja.com
You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
That's right. You can read all about it in the Fort Huachuca museum.
And there are still two buildings in Fort Huachuca bearing their
names. Now, where are your fore-bears' names?
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a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-27 02:39:24 UTC
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China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time. But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world, there was no mass
starvation. Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???

Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???

Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?

Man, you are really stupid!

Hey, "have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving??? Haha!

You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok! But do not fabricate
based
on your very limited knowledge. You made one ignorant statement
after
another one, it never ends from you. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Tang dynasty was the richest
state
in the world. Ancient Chinese people do travel. Chinese books on
Chinese
history do tell dark side of Chinese history, And no Chinese say
"Have you eaten today?" Chinese people say "Have you eaten yet?".
ok, stop being stupid.

Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.

Here's Chinese curse, you should learn it. It's more powerful than
yours, haha!

:
! !
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@my-deja.com
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you.
parrot abeenchum, you have been whitewashed by Chinese historians.
You are ignorant Chinaman who thinks China is and was the only world.
Post by a***@my-deja.com
You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty.
You are only good for twisting words around.
Post by a***@my-deja.com
Ancient Chinese people do
travel.
Most didn't.
Post by a***@my-deja.com
Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
China was not the only civilization. Chinese people glorified China
like there were no others.
Post by a***@my-deja.com
simply ask. Ok!
You? Yoiu only parrot others answers..
Post by a***@my-deja.com
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance,
Blame yourself, don't blame others.
Post by a***@my-deja.com
you are not from
intellectual family, are you?
With your intellitual, the parrots can do better, right Vernon North?
Post by a***@my-deja.com
You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
That's right. You can read all about it in the Fort Huachuca museum.
And there are still two buildings in Fort Huachuca bearing their
names. Now, where are your fore-bears' names?
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a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-26 15:02:00 UTC
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Here's the link to Tang Dynasty from British Museum website, so read
it:

http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/explore/highlights/article_index/c/china_tang_dynasty_ad_618-90.aspx

"By the reign of Xuanzong (AD 712-56), China was the richest and most
powerful political unit in the world. The [Tang] dynasty was also a
golden age for poetry and the arts in general."
China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time. But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world,
Chinese historian whitewashed Chinese history to
glorified China. How can the Tang, Northern Song
be the riches in the world when half the world was
unknown in the 7th century? That showed Chinese
ignorance and bragged about their superiority.
We are still learning the richness of the South
American Indians even today.
I also condemn the rest of the Chinese within this
forum for not speaking out on this subject because
of their constant referenced to be proud of their long
Chinese history. This also show their ignorance of
Chinese history.
Chinese history was constand warfare, mass
killings, execution, starvation,.. China was truly a
land of the living hell. Chinese people were living
and working like animals up to until 30 years ago..
there was no mass
starvation. Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???
Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???
Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?
Man, you are really stupid!
Hey, "have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving??? Haha!
You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok! But do not fabricate based
on your very limited knowledge. You made one ignorant statement after
another one, it never ends from you. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid.
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
it was referenced to the scarcity of food, and starvation was a
factor.
I am not about to argue with you on this. I have no doubt that you have
read books referring to this, but not all books carry equal credibility.
Imagine what we would find in the books in which that Nipwit Anko,
Lechershit, RAK, Limp Dick, and the Western China bashers daily immerse
themselves. I would like to discuss this topic with an historic expert in
Chinese form of greeting in a Chinese university and hear what he/she has to
say.
J.
1: eats anything that walks on all four.
2: eats human flesh.
3: eats things that ordinary people throws away.
Are these the words of a people that had food to eat?
Isn't these an indication that food was scarce?
and starvation was part of life?
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moongeegee
2007-08-26 20:12:15 UTC
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Post by a***@my-deja.com
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you.
You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
Yeah, ignorance is bless, parrot abeenchum.
Yeah, ignorance is bless, parrot abeenchum.
When people in denial mode, there's nothing you can do. Oh well...
Yeah, ignorance is bless, pparrot abeenvhum.
Ha, you are true Chinese. I remember you grew up in Indonesia,
right? If so, I am glad oversea Chinese still maintain those old
Chinese greetings. Same in Taiwan.
abeenchum, you are too ignorant to know the truth. You are nothing
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In the old day, Chinese were very poor, they depended on agriculture
to survive. If the harvest was not good, they starved.
People concerned very much whether they had food/rice. If you had rice/
food it meant your had good life. That was why
they great each other by saying "Have you had rice yet?". It just like
western people say "How are you doing".
Have you ever thought people call there spouse "Honey" in Western
countries?? Do their spouse are really honey bee ? Should I say
everyone has honey bee shop in U.S??

Cheer
Ronald Moshki
2007-08-26 21:34:22 UTC
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Post by moongeegee
Post by a***@my-deja.com
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you.
You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
Yeah, ignorance is bless, parrot abeenchum.
Yeah, ignorance is bless, parrot abeenchum.
When people in denial mode, there's nothing you can do. Oh well...
Yeah, ignorance is bless, pparrot abeenvhum.
Ha, you are true Chinese. I remember you grew up in Indonesia,
right? If so, I am glad oversea Chinese still maintain those old
Chinese greetings. Same in Taiwan.
abeenchum, you are too ignorant to know the truth. You are nothing
but a parrot.- Hide quoted text -
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In the old day, Chinese were very poor, they depended on agriculture
to survive. If the harvest was not good, they starved.
People concerned very much whether they had food/rice. If you had rice/
food it meant your had good life. That was why
they great each other by saying "Have you had rice yet?". It just like
western people say "How are you doing".
Have you ever thought people call there spouse "Honey" in Western
countries?? Do their spouse are really honey bee ? Should I say
everyone has honey bee shop in U.S??
Cheer-
The Irish were just as poor, but they didn't go around greeting each
other with "Have you had a potato today?".
Don't you Chinks greet each other with "Ni hao?" anymore or what?
You really need to go to school and improve your English ! We
Westerners call our spouse "honey" not because they are bees, but
because they are as sweet as honey, Dickhead!
b***@nyx.net
2007-08-26 21:41:38 UTC
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Post by Ronald Moshki
Post by moongeegee
Post by a***@my-deja.com
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you.
You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
Yeah, ignorance is bless, parrot abeenchum.
Yeah, ignorance is bless, parrot abeenchum.
When people in denial mode, there's nothing you can do. Oh well...
Yeah, ignorance is bless, pparrot abeenvhum.
Ha, you are true Chinese. I remember you grew up in Indonesia,
right? If so, I am glad oversea Chinese still maintain those old
Chinese greetings. Same in Taiwan.
abeenchum, you are too ignorant to know the truth. You are nothing
but a parrot.- Hide quoted text -
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In the old day, Chinese were very poor, they depended on agriculture
to survive. If the harvest was not good, they starved.
People concerned very much whether they had food/rice. If you had rice/
food it meant your had good life. That was why
they great each other by saying "Have you had rice yet?". It just like
western people say "How are you doing".
Have you ever thought people call there spouse "Honey" in Western
countries?? Do their spouse are really honey bee ? Should I say
everyone has honey bee shop in U.S??
Cheer-
The Irish were just as poor, but they didn't go around greeting each
other with "Have you had a potato today?".
No, we Irish greet each other with "Are you drunk yet?" ;-)
Post by Ronald Moshki
Don't you Chinks greet each other with "Ni hao?" anymore or what?
You really need to go to school and improve your English ! We
Westerners call our spouse "honey" not because they are bees, but
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moongeegee
2007-08-26 23:22:05 UTC
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Post by Ronald Moshki
Post by moongeegee
Post by a***@my-deja.com
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you.
You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
Yeah, ignorance is bless, parrot abeenchum.
Yeah, ignorance is bless, parrot abeenchum.
When people in denial mode, there's nothing you can do. Oh well...
Yeah, ignorance is bless, pparrot abeenvhum.
Ha, you are true Chinese. I remember you grew up in Indonesia,
right? If so, I am glad oversea Chinese still maintain those old
Chinese greetings. Same in Taiwan.
abeenchum, you are too ignorant to know the truth. You are nothing
but a parrot.- Hide quoted text -
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In the old day, Chinese were very poor, they depended on agriculture
to survive. If the harvest was not good, they starved.
People concerned very much whether they had food/rice. If you had rice/
food it meant your had good life. That was why
they great each other by saying "Have you had rice yet?". It just like
western people say "How are you doing".
Have you ever thought people call there spouse "Honey" in Western
countries?? Do their spouse are really honey bee ? Should I say
everyone has honey bee shop in U.S??
Cheer-
The Irish were just as poor, but they didn't go around greeting each
other with "Have you had a potato today?".
Don't you Chinks greet each other with "Ni hao?" anymore or what?
You really need to go to school and improve your English ! We
Westerners call our spouse "honey" not because they are bees, but
because they are as sweet as honey, Dickhead!
So you are not Chinese. Chinese have their culture, they have their
way to greet each other. Why do you care, it is not your
business.

Cheer

cheer
baldeagle
2007-08-27 00:18:18 UTC
Permalink
.........Chinese have their culture, they have their
way to greet each other. Why do you care,....?
Chinese greet their friends... saying "Are you good,...have
you eaten"
Muslims greet their friends...saying "As-Salam-u-'Alaikum ...
blessing of peace for you"

The Chinese is concerned about the good health and good
fortune of their friends and if their friends are hungry.
If their friends is sick or suffer misfortunes...then they will
extend a helping hand.
If they had not eaten, then they will proceed to a eating shops.
This is why there are so many eating places in Chinese society...
where Chinese can buy their friends meals ..in hawkers stalls,
coffee shops, food courts, restaurants....
This cultural expression is highly commendable.

Muslims have been fighting and killing, at war with others
constantly in history....like it is in the Middle East. To Muslims
peace is a rarity, highly prized ... which they yearn.
The greeting can be taken to mean...." I am at peace with
you...we don't fight or kill each other"
This greeting reveals the underlying hostile character of Muslims.
OneEyeSnake
2007-08-27 00:46:02 UTC
Permalink
The Chinese greetings 'Have you eaten?' shows how old their culture
is. During ancient times, man spent most of his time searching and
hunting for food. Chinese culture is the longest unbroken culture in
the world, thus the ancient greetings then lived till today.
Post by baldeagle
.........Chinese have their culture, they have their
way to greet each other. Why do you care,....?
Chinese greet their friends... saying "Are you good,...have
you eaten"
Muslims greet their friends...saying "As-Salam-u-'Alaikum ...
blessing of peace for you"
The Chinese is concerned about the good health and good
fortune of their friends and if their friends are hungry.
If their friends is sick or suffer misfortunes...then they will
extend a helping hand.
If they had not eaten, then they will proceed to a eating shops.
This is why there are so many eating places in Chinese society...
where Chinese can buy their friends meals ..in hawkers stalls,
coffee shops, food courts, restaurants....
This cultural expression is highly commendable.
Muslims have been fighting and killing, at war with others
constantly in history....like it is in the Middle East. To Muslims
peace is a rarity, highly prized ... which they yearn.
The greeting can be taken to mean...." I am at peace with
you...we don't fight or kill each other"
This greeting reveals the underlying hostile character of Muslims.
Ronald Moshki
2007-08-27 05:52:58 UTC
Permalink
Old doesn't necessarily mean good. If you think old Chinese culture is
good, you should not be using a computer: you should keep to your
pigeon mail and write with your ink and brush. People have to keep up
with the times.
Post by OneEyeSnake
The Chinese greetings 'Have you eaten?' shows how old their culture
is. During ancient times, man spent most of his time searching and
hunting for food. Chinese culture is the longest unbroken culture in
the world, thus the ancient greetings then lived till today.
Post by baldeagle
.........Chinese have their culture, they have their
way to greet each other. Why do you care,....?
Chinese greet their friends... saying "Are you good,...have
you eaten"
Muslims greet their friends...saying "As-Salam-u-'Alaikum ...
blessing of peace for you"
The Chinese is concerned about the good health and good
fortune of their friends and if their friends are hungry.
If their friends is sick or suffer misfortunes...then they will
extend a helping hand.
If they had not eaten, then they will proceed to a eating shops.
This is why there are so many eating places in Chinese society...
where Chinese can buy their friends meals ..in hawkers stalls,
coffee shops, food courts, restaurants....
This cultural expression is highly commendable.
Muslims have been fighting and killing, at war with others
constantly in history....like it is in the Middle East. To Muslims
peace is a rarity, highly prized ... which they yearn.
The greeting can be taken to mean...." I am at peace with
you...we don't fight or kill each other"
This greeting reveals the underlying hostile character of Muslims.- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
baldeagle
2007-08-27 10:52:37 UTC
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On Aug 27, 1:52 pm, Ronald Moshki <***@yahoo.com> wrote:
...


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Post by Ronald Moshki
Old doesn't necessarily mean good. If you think old Chinese culture is
good, .....
Right...Old doesn't always mean good.
But, ....New doesn't necessarily mean good also.

A champagne...is NEVER good when newly produced. It must be allowed to
age for at least 12 to 15 years...may even much longer.

Chinese culture stood the test of time....like classical music and
other finer things in life.....no uncultured brute could appreciate
its beauty and refinement.
Ronald Moshki
2007-08-27 20:40:52 UTC
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Post by baldeagle
...
---
Post by Ronald Moshki
Old doesn't necessarily mean good. If you think old Chinese culture is
good, .....
Right...Old doesn't always mean good.
But, ....New doesn't necessarily mean good also.
At least new gives change from old a chance. You would still be
swinging from trees, if no one bothers to change old things to new.
Post by baldeagle
A champagne...is NEVER good when newly produced. It must be allowed to
age for at least 12 to 15 years...may even much longer.
Ever tasted a 100-year-old champagne ?
Post by baldeagle
Chinese culture stood the test of time....like classical music and
other finer things in life.....no uncultured brute could appreciate
its beauty and refinement.
So you think you are so cultured, do you?
baldeagle
2007-08-27 07:42:32 UTC
Permalink
Post by OneEyeSnake
The Chinese greetings 'Have you eaten?' shows how old their culture
is. During ancient times, man spent most of his time searching and
hunting for food. Chinese culture is the longest unbroken culture in
the world, thus the ancient greetings then lived till today.
Post by baldeagle
.........Chinese have their culture, they have their
way to greet each other. Why do you care,....?
Chinese greet their friends... saying "Are you good,...have
you eaten"
Muslims greet their friends...saying "As-Salam-u-'Alaikum ...
blessing of peace for you"
The Chinese is concerned about the good health and good
fortune of their friends and if their friends are hungry.
If their friends is sick or suffer misfortunes...then they will
extend a helping hand.
If they had not eaten, then they will proceed to a eating shops.
This is why there are so many eating places in Chinese society...
where Chinese can buy their friends meals ..in hawkers stalls,
coffee shops, food courts, restaurants....
This cultural expression is highly commendable.
Muslims have been fighting and killing, at war with others
constantly in history....like it is in the Middle East. To Muslims
peace is a rarity, highly prized ... which they yearn.
The greeting can be taken to mean...." I am at peace with
you...we don't fight or kill each other"
This greeting reveals the underlying hostile character of Muslims.- Hide quoted text -
baldeagle
2007-08-27 08:00:37 UTC
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Post by OneEyeSnake
The Chinese greetings 'Have you eaten?' shows how old their culture
is. During ancient times, man spent most of his time searching and
hunting for food. Chinese culture is the longest unbroken culture in
the world, thus the ancient greetings then lived till today.
Greetings like "Have you eaten" reflect the Chinese concern for the
welfare of their fellow man.
Nowaday, in Singapore and in most Chinese cities except in Hong Kong,
Chinese use the salutation " ! , Are you good !", " . Morning "
It reflects, the Chinese undue concern over food is waning.

"Have you eaten" is used mostly in dialects like Hockien and
Cantonese.
Lobert
2007-08-27 09:55:04 UTC
Permalink
Post by baldeagle
Post by OneEyeSnake
The Chinese greetings 'Have you eaten?' shows how old their culture
is. During ancient times, man spent most of his time searching and
hunting for food. Chinese culture is the longest unbroken culture in
the world, thus the ancient greetings then lived till today.
Greetings like "Have you eaten" reflect the Chinese concern for the
welfare of their fellow man.
Nowaday, in Singapore and in most Chinese cities except in Hong Kong,
Chinese use the salutation " ! , Are you good !", " . Morning "
It reflects, the Chinese undue concern over food is waning.
"Have you eaten" is used mostly in dialects like Hockien and
Cantonese.
早上见面,北方人互相问候会说“早上好”,而广
东人则说“早晨”。但“早晨”这句问候语通常是
在时间比较早的时候...
rst0wxyz
2007-08-27 01:54:25 UTC
Permalink
Post by baldeagle
.........Chinese have their culture, they have their
way to greet each other. Why do you care,....?
Chinese greet their friends... saying "Are you good,...have
you eaten"
Muslims greet their friends...saying "As-Salam-u-'Alaikum ...
blessing of peace for you"
The Chinese is concerned about the good health and good
fortune of their friends and if their friends are hungry.
If their friends is sick or suffer misfortunes...then they will
extend a helping hand.
If they had not eaten, then they will proceed to a eating shops.
This is why there are so many eating places in Chinese society...
where Chinese can buy their friends meals ..in hawkers stalls,
coffee shops, food courts, restaurants....
This cultural expression is highly commendable.
Muslims have been fighting and killing, at war with others
constantly in history....
This was also true of China. From Warring States time to the 1950s,
there were wars, mass-killing, beheading, starvations,...
Post by baldeagle
like it is in the Middle East. To Muslims
peace is a rarity, highly prized ... which they yearn.
The greeting can be taken to mean...." I am at peace with
you...we don't fight or kill each other"
This greeting reveals the underlying hostile character of Muslims.
a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-27 02:46:07 UTC
Permalink
You just learned it or what??? We have learned it since our primary
school Chinese history class in Taiwan.

Only idiots like you did not know that China has ups and downs man
times and Chinese history has its bright side and also dark side. 9
million Chinese people starved to death in 1959 alone due to your
"Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward is one of dark sides of
Chinese history. And only idiots like you would call Mao "Great
Man". Only idiots like you dont learn the lesson from this piece of
sad Chinese history. Glory your ass!!!
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by baldeagle
.........Chinese have their culture, they have their
way to greet each other. Why do you care,....?
Chinese greet their friends... saying "Are you good,...have
you eaten"
Muslims greet their friends...saying "As-Salam-u-'Alaikum ...
blessing of peace for you"
The Chinese is concerned about the good health and good
fortune of their friends and if their friends are hungry.
If their friends is sick or suffer misfortunes...then they will
extend a helping hand.
If they had not eaten, then they will proceed to a eating shops.
This is why there are so many eating places in Chinese society...
where Chinese can buy their friends meals ..in hawkers stalls,
coffee shops, food courts, restaurants....
This cultural expression is highly commendable.
Muslims have been fighting and killing, at war with others
constantly in history....
This was also true of China. From Warring States time to the 1950s,
there were wars, mass-killing, beheading, starvations,...
Post by baldeagle
like it is in the Middle East. To Muslims
peace is a rarity, highly prized ... which they yearn.
The greeting can be taken to mean...." I am at peace with
you...we don't fight or kill each other"
This greeting reveals the underlying hostile character of Muslims.- Hide quoted text -
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- Show quoted text -
baldeagle
2007-08-27 08:25:18 UTC
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Post by rst0wxyz
From Warring States time to the 1950s,
there were wars, mass-killing, beheading, starvations,...
If you think that China long histroy is nothing but wars,,,and
starvation..you are utterly wrong.

For very long period there were unparalleled prosperity and peace. in
China during the last 2300 years...Over 400 year during the Han
Dynasty 200 BC to 200 AD,... over 200 year during the Tang Dynasty 610
to 800 AD,.... over 300 years during the Song Dynasty from 960 to
1280, ....300 years during the Ming Dynasty from 1370 to 1650...Even
during the first half of the Ching Dynasty from 1680 to about 1800,
there were peace and prosperity in China. It was only during the later
part of the Ching dynasty when the Manchus shown to be coward when
they fought the west, did the Chinese rebeled against the Manchus
rule.
In between Dynasty changes, the warlords in China fought one another
for the throne, there were wars and famine. Once a Dynasty established
itself, peace and prosperity returns. The fabulous wealth of China
were reported by Europeans .. people like Marco Polo.

Only ignorant Americans and a few China bashers in this forum ...try
to rewrite the history of China. Good luck to them.
a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-27 11:23:05 UTC
Permalink
That's right! People like RST have never exposed with Chinese culture
in their life, they can not speak/read Chinese, suddenly, they read a
couple of Chinese history books (English edition) and think they know
everything and start making ignorant statements one after another one
based on their very limited knowledge and wild imagination. And when
we pointed out their mistakes, they continue to twist to cover up
their embarrassment and ignorance. Just incredible!!!
Post by baldeagle
Post by rst0wxyz
From Warring States time to the 1950s,
there were wars, mass-killing, beheading, starvations,...
If you think that China long histroy is nothing but wars,,,and
starvation..you are utterly wrong.
For very long period there were unparalleled prosperity and peace. in
China during the last 2300 years...Over 400 year during the Han
Dynasty 200 BC to 200 AD,... over 200 year during the Tang Dynasty 610
to 800 AD,.... over 300 years during the Song Dynasty from 960 to
1280, ....300 years during the Ming Dynasty from 1370 to 1650...Even
during the first half of the Ching Dynasty from 1680 to about 1800,
there were peace and prosperity in China. It was only during the later
part of the Ching dynasty when the Manchus shown to be coward when
they fought the west, did the Chinese rebeled against the Manchus
rule.
In between Dynasty changes, the warlords in China fought one another
for the throne, there were wars and famine. Once a Dynasty established
itself, peace and prosperity returns. The fabulous wealth of China
were reported by Europeans .. people like Marco Polo.
Only ignorant Americans and a few China bashers in this forum ...try
to rewrite the history of China. Good luck to them.
rst0wxyz
2007-08-27 15:17:41 UTC
Permalink
Grow up, abeenchum. Your ignorance have been exposed over and over
again. And I just exposed baldeagle's ignorance.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
That's right! People like RST have never exposed with Chinese culture
in their life, they can not speak/read Chinese, suddenly, they read a
couple of Chinese history books (English edition) and think they know
everything and start making ignorant statements one after another one
based on their very limited knowledge and wild imagination. And when
we pointed out their mistakes, they continue to twist to cover up
their embarrassment and ignorance. Just incredible!!!
Your childish game is over, abeenchum. You are just adding ignorance
upon ignorance on yourself. Grow up and face it like a man.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by baldeagle
Post by rst0wxyz
From Warring States time to the 1950s,
there were wars, mass-killing, beheading, starvations,...
If you think that China long histroy is nothing but wars,,,and
starvation..you are utterly wrong.
For very long period there were unparalleled prosperity and peace. in
China during the last 2300 years...Over 400 year during the Han
Dynasty 200 BC to 200 AD,... over 200 year during the Tang Dynasty 610
to 800 AD,.... over 300 years during the Song Dynasty from 960 to
1280, ....300 years during the Ming Dynasty from 1370 to 1650...Even
during the first half of the Ching Dynasty from 1680 to about 1800,
there were peace and prosperity in China. It was only during the later
part of the Ching dynasty when the Manchus shown to be coward when
they fought the west, did the Chinese rebeled against the Manchus
rule.
In between Dynasty changes, the warlords in China fought one another
for the throne, there were wars and famine. Once a Dynasty established
itself, peace and prosperity returns. The fabulous wealth of China
were reported by Europeans .. people like Marco Polo.
Only ignorant Americans and a few China bashers in this forum ...try
to rewrite the history of China. Good luck to them.- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-27 15:38:49 UTC
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China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time. But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world, there was no mass
starvation. Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???

Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???

Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?

Man, you are really stupid!

"Hey, RST, have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving???
Haha!

You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok! But do not fabricate based
on your very limited knowledge and wild imagination. You made one
ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. So
listen up, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Tang
dynasty was the richest state in the world. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, and no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?" So stop being stupid!!!

Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder!!!
Post by rst0wxyz
Grow up, abeenchum. Your ignorance have been exposed over and over
again. And I just exposed baldeagle's ignorance.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
That's right! People like RST have never exposed with Chinese culture
in their life, they can not speak/read Chinese, suddenly, they read a
couple of Chinese history books (English edition) and think they know
everything and start making ignorant statements one after another one
based on their very limited knowledge and wild imagination. And when
we pointed out their mistakes, they continue to twist to cover up
their embarrassment and ignorance. Just incredible!!!
Your childish game is over, abeenchum. You are just adding ignorance
upon ignorance on yourself. Grow up and face it like a man.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by baldeagle
Post by rst0wxyz
From Warring States time to the 1950s,
there were wars, mass-killing, beheading, starvations,...
If you think that China long histroy is nothing but wars,,,and
starvation..you are utterly wrong.
For very long period there were unparalleled prosperity and peace. in
China during the last 2300 years...Over 400 year during the Han
Dynasty 200 BC to 200 AD,... over 200 year during the Tang Dynasty 610
to 800 AD,.... over 300 years during the Song Dynasty from 960 to
1280, ....300 years during the Ming Dynasty from 1370 to 1650...Even
during the first half of the Ching Dynasty from 1680 to about 1800,
there were peace and prosperity in China. It was only during the later
part of the Ching dynasty when the Manchus shown to be coward when
they fought the west, did the Chinese rebeled against the Manchus
rule.
In between Dynasty changes, the warlords in China fought one another
for the throne, there were wars and famine. Once a Dynasty established
itself, peace and prosperity returns. The fabulous wealth of China
were reported by Europeans .. people like Marco Polo.
Only ignorant Americans and a few China bashers in this forum ...try
to rewrite the history of China. Good luck to them.- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
rst0wxyz
2007-08-27 16:16:58 UTC
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Grow up and be a man, abeenchum. You are not a boy anymore. Put away
your childish things.
China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time.
At least, admission of the truth. Don't you feel better now?
But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world,
Here we go again, another "was the richest nation in the world".
Which part of the world, abeenchum? Only the Chinese world?
Remember, half of the today's world were unknown than. And even
today, scientists are only finding out the richness of the South
American Indians and their huge empires.
there was no mass
starvation.
No one said anything about mass starvation. Don't try to change the
aubject again. My point was that "starvation was part of Chinese
life". And I am still saying that.
Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
Says the staunch supporter of Taiwan and the KMT. How much of his
opinion should we count?
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???
There we go again, changing the subject again. No one said anything
about mass starvation.
Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???
Changing subject again.
Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?
Man, you are really stupid!
abeenchum, you have been proven to be the stupidest of all, over and
over again. You change your story, your principles,...
"Hey, RST, have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving???
Haha!
Very funny. Why don't you grow up, abeenchum?
You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok!
Ask you? How much do you know, abeenchum? You certainly don't
Chinese history.
But do not fabricate based
on your very limited knowledge and wild imagination.
Who is fabricating? abeenchum, you have proven your knowledge is very
limited in this forum over and over again, by me, by Vernon North.
All you have done is proven yourself to be a parrot, echoing others'
words.
You made one
ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you.
Man, here we go again. Your ignorance never ends.
So
listen up, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Tang
dynasty was the richest state in the world. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, and no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?" So stop being stupid!!!
Stop it, abeenchum. We here gone through this many times. You are
only making yourself a nuisance to this forum.
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder!!!
We have gone through this many times, too. I told you what my
background is, my intellectual capabilities. What about you?
abeenchum? Why are you riding your mask and ID? Let's hear your
intellectual cappabilites. Tell us about yourself, your family, your
family background.

I have told you all about mine, let's hear it from the accuser about
his background or else shut up.
.
Post by rst0wxyz
Grow up, abeenchum. Your ignorance have been exposed over and over
again. And I just exposed baldeagle's ignorance.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
That's right! People like RST have never exposed with Chinese culture
in their life, they can not speak/read Chinese, suddenly, they read a
couple of Chinese history books (English edition) and think they know
everything and start making ignorant statements one after another one
based on their very limited knowledge and wild imagination. And when
we pointed out their mistakes, they continue to twist to cover up
their embarrassment and ignorance. Just incredible!!!
Your childish game is over, abeenchum. You are just adding ignorance
upon ignorance on yourself. Grow up and face it like a man.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by baldeagle
Post by rst0wxyz
From Warring States time to the 1950s,
there were wars, mass-killing, beheading, starvations,...
If you think that China long histroy is nothing but wars,,,and
starvation..you are utterly wrong.
For very long period there were unparalleled prosperity and peace. in
China during the last 2300 years...Over 400 year during the Han
Dynasty 200 BC to 200 AD,... over 200 year during the Tang Dynasty 610
to 800 AD,.... over 300 years during the Song Dynasty from 960 to
1280, ....300 years during the Ming Dynasty from 1370 to 1650...Even
during the first half of the Ching Dynasty from 1680 to about 1800,
there were peace and prosperity in China. It was only during the later
part of the Ching dynasty when the Manchus shown to be coward when
they fought the west, did the Chinese rebeled against the Manchus
rule.
In between Dynasty changes, the warlords in China fought one another
for the throne, there were wars and famine. Once a Dynasty established
itself, peace and prosperity returns. The fabulous wealth of China
were reported by Europeans .. people like Marco Polo.
Only ignorant Americans and a few China bashers in this forum ...try
to rewrite the history of China. Good luck to them
a***@my-deja.com
2007-08-27 16:30:29 UTC
Permalink
Post by rst0wxyz
Grow up and be a man, abeenchum. You are not a boy anymore. Put away
your childish things.
China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time.
At least, admission of the truth. Don't you feel better now?
But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world,
Here we go again, another "was the richest nation in the world".
Which part of the world, abeenchum? Only the Chinese world?
Remember, half of the today's world were unknown than. And even
today, scientists are only finding out the richness of the South
American Indians and their huge empires.
there was no mass
starvation.
No one said anything about mass starvation. Don't try to change the
aubject again. My point was that "starvation was part of Chinese
life". And I am still saying that.
Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
Says the staunch supporter of Taiwan and the KMT. How much of his
opinion should we count?
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???
There we go again, changing the subject again. No one said anything
about mass starvation.
Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???
Changing subject again.
Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?
Man, you are really stupid!
abeenchum, you have been proven to be the stupidest of all, over and
over again. You change your story, your principles,...
"Hey, RST, have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving???
Haha!
Very funny. Why don't you grow up, abeenchum?
You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok!
Ask you? How much do you know, abeenchum? You certainly don't
Chinese history.
But do not fabricate based
on your very limited knowledge and wild imagination.
Who is fabricating? abeenchum, you have proven your knowledge is very
limited in this forum over and over again, by me, by Vernon North.
All you have done is proven yourself to be a parrot, echoing others'
words.
You made one
ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you.
Man, here we go again. Your ignorance never ends.
So
listen up, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Tang
dynasty was the richest state in the world. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, and no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?" So stop being stupid!!!
Stop it, abeenchum. We here gone through this many times. You are
only making yourself a nuisance to this forum.
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder!!!
We have gone through this many times, too. I told you what my
background is, my intellectual capabilities. What about you?
abeenchum? Why are you riding your mask and ID? Let's hear your
intellectual cappabilites. Tell us about yourself, your family, your
family background.
I have told you all about mine, let's hear it from the accuser about
his background or else shut up.
.
Post by rst0wxyz
Grow up, abeenchum. Your ignorance have been exposed over and over
again. And I just exposed baldeagle's ignorance.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
That's right! People like RST have never exposed with Chinese culture
in their life, they can not speak/read Chinese, suddenly, they read a
couple of Chinese history books (English edition) and think they know
everything and start making ignorant statements one after another one
based on their very limited knowledge and wild imagination. And when
we pointed out their mistakes, they continue to twist to cover up
their embarrassment and ignorance. Just incredible!!!
Your childish game is over, abeenchum. You are just adding ignorance
upon ignorance on yourself. Grow up and face it like a man.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by baldeagle
Post by rst0wxyz
From Warring States time to the 1950s,
there were wars, mass-killing, beheading, starvations,...
If you think that China long histroy is nothing but wars,,,and
starvation..you are utterly wrong.
For very long period there were unparalleled prosperity and peace. in
China during the last 2300 years...Over 400 year during the Han
Dynasty 200 BC to 200 AD,... over 200 year during the Tang Dynasty 610
to 800 AD,.... over 300 years during the Song Dynasty from 960 to
1280, ....300 years during the Ming Dynasty from 1370 to 1650...Even
during the first half of the Ching Dynasty from 1680 to about 1800,
there were peace and prosperity in China. It was only during the later
part of the Ching dynasty when the Manchus shown to be coward when
they fought the west, did the Chinese rebeled against the Manchus
rule.
In between Dynasty changes, the warlords in China fought one another
for the throne, there were wars and famine. Once a Dynasty established
itself, peace and prosperity returns. The fabulous wealth of China
were reported by Europeans .. people like Marco Polo.
Only ignorant Americans and a few China bashers in this forum ...try
to rewrite the history of China. Good luck to them- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
a***@my-deja.com
2007-08-27 16:30:56 UTC
Permalink
China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time. But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world, there was no mass
starvation. Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???

Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???

Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?

Man, you are really stupid!

"Hey, RST, have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving???
Haha!

You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok! But do not fabricate based
on your very limited knowledge and wild imagination. You made one
ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. So
listen up, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Tang
dynasty was the richest state in the world. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, and no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?" So stop being stupid!!!

Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder!!!
Post by rst0wxyz
Grow up and be a man, abeenchum. You are not a boy anymore. Put away
your childish things.
China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time.
At least, admission of the truth. Don't you feel better now?
But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world,
Here we go again, another "was the richest nation in the world".
Which part of the world, abeenchum? Only the Chinese world?
Remember, half of the today's world were unknown than. And even
today, scientists are only finding out the richness of the South
American Indians and their huge empires.
there was no mass
starvation.
No one said anything about mass starvation. Don't try to change the
aubject again. My point was that "starvation was part of Chinese
life". And I am still saying that.
Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
Says the staunch supporter of Taiwan and the KMT. How much of his
opinion should we count?
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???
There we go again, changing the subject again. No one said anything
about mass starvation.
Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???
Changing subject again.
Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?
Man, you are really stupid!
abeenchum, you have been proven to be the stupidest of all, over and
over again. You change your story, your principles,...
"Hey, RST, have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving???
Haha!
Very funny. Why don't you grow up, abeenchum?
You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok!
Ask you? How much do you know, abeenchum? You certainly don't
Chinese history.
But do not fabricate based
on your very limited knowledge and wild imagination.
Who is fabricating? abeenchum, you have proven your knowledge is very
limited in this forum over and over again, by me, by Vernon North.
All you have done is proven yourself to be a parrot, echoing others'
words.
You made one
ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you.
Man, here we go again. Your ignorance never ends.
So
listen up, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Tang
dynasty was the richest state in the world. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, and no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?" So stop being stupid!!!
Stop it, abeenchum. We here gone through this many times. You are
only making yourself a nuisance to this forum.
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder!!!
We have gone through this many times, too. I told you what my
background is, my intellectual capabilities. What about you?
abeenchum? Why are you riding your mask and ID? Let's hear your
intellectual cappabilites. Tell us about yourself, your family, your
family background.
I have told you all about mine, let's hear it from the accuser about
his background or else shut up.
.
Post by rst0wxyz
Grow up, abeenchum. Your ignorance have been exposed over and over
again. And I just exposed baldeagle's ignorance.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
That's right! People like RST have never exposed with Chinese culture
in their life, they can not speak/read Chinese, suddenly, they read a
couple of Chinese history books (English edition) and think they know
everything and start making ignorant statements one after another one
based on their very limited knowledge and wild imagination. And when
we pointed out their mistakes, they continue to twist to cover up
their embarrassment and ignorance. Just incredible!!!
Your childish game is over, abeenchum. You are just adding ignorance
upon ignorance on yourself. Grow up and face it like a man.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by baldeagle
Post by rst0wxyz
From Warring States time to the 1950s,
there were wars, mass-killing, beheading, starvations,...
If you think that China long histroy is nothing but wars,,,and
starvation..you are utterly wrong.
For very long period there were unparalleled prosperity and peace. in
China during the last 2300 years...Over 400 year during the Han
Dynasty 200 BC to 200 AD,... over 200 year during the Tang Dynasty 610
to 800 AD,.... over 300 years during the Song Dynasty from 960 to
1280, ....300 years during the Ming Dynasty from 1370 to 1650...Even
during the first half of the Ching Dynasty from 1680 to about 1800,
there were peace and prosperity in China. It was only during the later
part of the Ching dynasty when the Manchus shown to be coward when
they fought the west, did the Chinese rebeled against the Manchus
rule.
In between Dynasty changes, the warlords in China fought one another
for the throne, there were wars and famine. Once a Dynasty established
itself, peace and prosperity returns. The fabulous wealth of China
were reported by Europeans .. people like Marco Polo.
Only ignorant Americans and a few China bashers in this forum ...try
to rewrite the history of China. Good luck to them- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
rst0wxyz
2007-08-27 16:39:34 UTC
Permalink
I have responded on this post, abeenchum, Why don't you grow up, face
the truth?and stop posting the same junk over and over again.
China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time. But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world, there was no mass
starvation. Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???
Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???
Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?
Man, you are really stupid!
"Hey, RST, have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving???
Haha!
You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok! But do not fabricate based
on your very limited knowledge and wild imagination. You made one
ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. So
listen up, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Tang
dynasty was the richest state in the world. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, and no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?" So stop being stupid!!!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder!!!
Post by rst0wxyz
Grow up and be a man, abeenchum. You are not a boy anymore. Put away
your childish things.
China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time.
At least, admission of the truth. Don't you feel better now?
But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world,
Here we go again, another "was the richest nation in the world".
Which part of the world, abeenchum? Only the Chinese world?
Remember, half of the today's world were unknown than. And even
today, scientists are only finding out the richness of the South
American Indians and their huge empires.
there was no mass
starvation.
No one said anything about mass starvation. Don't try to change the
aubject again. My point was that "starvation was part of Chinese
life". And I am still saying that.
Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
Says the staunch supporter of Taiwan and the KMT. How much of his
opinion should we count?
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???
There we go again, changing the subject again. No one said anything
about mass starvation.
Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???
Changing subject again.
Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?
Man, you are really stupid!
abeenchum, you have been proven to be the stupidest of all, over and
over again. You change your story, your principles,...
"Hey, RST, have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving???
Haha!
Very funny. Why don't you grow up, abeenchum?
You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok!
Ask you? How much do you know, abeenchum? You certainly don't
Chinese history.
But do not fabricate based
on your very limited knowledge and wild imagination.
Who is fabricating? abeenchum, you have proven your knowledge is very
limited in this forum over and over again, by me, by Vernon North.
All you have done is proven yourself to be a parrot, echoing others'
words.
You made one
ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you.
Man, here we go again. Your ignorance never ends.
So
listen up, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Tang
dynasty was the richest state in the world. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, and no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?" So stop being stupid!!!
Stop it, abeenchum. We here gone through this many times. You are
only making yourself a nuisance to this forum.
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder!!!
We have gone through this many times, too. I told you what my
background is, my intellectual capabilities. What about you?
abeenchum? Why are you riding your mask and ID? Let's hear your
intellectual cappabilites. Tell us about yourself, your family, your
family background.
I have told you all about mine, let's hear it from the accuser about
his background or else shut up.
.
Post by rst0wxyz
Grow up, abeenchum. Your ignorance have been exposed over and over
again. And I just exposed baldeagle's ignorance.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
That's right! People like RST have never exposed with Chinese culture
in their life, they can not speak/read Chinese, suddenly, they read a
couple of Chinese history books (English edition) and think they know
everything and start making ignorant statements one after another one
based on their very limited knowledge and wild imagination. And when
we pointed out their mistakes, they continue to twist to cover up
their embarrassment and ignorance. Just incredible!!!
Your childish game is over, abeenchum. You are just adding ignorance
upon ignorance on yourself. Grow up and face it like a man.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by baldeagle
Post by rst0wxyz
From Warring States time to the 1950s,
there were wars, mass-killing, beheading, starvations,...
If you think that China long histroy is nothing but wars,,,and
starvation..you are utterly wrong.
For very long period there were unparalleled prosperity and peace. in
China during the last 2300 years...Over 400 year during the Han
Dynasty 200 BC to 200 AD,... over 200 year during the Tang Dynasty 610
to 800 AD,.... over 300 years during the Song Dynasty from 960 to
1280, ....300 years during the Ming Dynasty from 1370 to 1650...Even
during the first half of the Ching Dynasty from 1680 to about 1800,
there were peace and prosperity in China. It was only during the later
part of the Ching dynasty when the Manchus shown to be coward when
they fought the west, did the Chinese rebeled against the Manchus
rule.
In between Dynasty changes, the warlords in China fought one another
for the throne, there were wars and famine. Once a Dynasty established
itself, peace and prosperity returns. The fabulous wealth of China
were reported by Europeans .. people like Marco Polo.
Only ignorant Americans and a few China bashers in this forum ...try
to rewrite the history of China. Good luck to them- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
a***@gmail.com
2007-08-27 16:46:01 UTC
Permalink
Hey stupid od fool, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song
Dynasty, so your lie of "Mongols killed 50% of Chinese population
during Northern Song Dynasty" is a purely lie!!!
Post by rst0wxyz
I have responded on this post, abeenchum, Why don't you grow up, face
the truth?and stop posting the same junk over and over again.
China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time. But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world, there was no mass
starvation. Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???
Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???
Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?
Man, you are really stupid!
"Hey, RST, have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving???
Haha!
You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok! But do not fabricate based
on your very limited knowledge and wild imagination. You made one
ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. So
listen up, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Tang
dynasty was the richest state in the world. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, and no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?" So stop being stupid!!!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder!!!
Post by rst0wxyz
Grow up and be a man, abeenchum. You are not a boy anymore. Put away
your childish things.
China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time.
At least, admission of the truth. Don't you feel better now?
But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world,
Here we go again, another "was the richest nation in the world".
Which part of the world, abeenchum? Only the Chinese world?
Remember, half of the today's world were unknown than. And even
today, scientists are only finding out the richness of the South
American Indians and their huge empires.
there was no mass
starvation.
No one said anything about mass starvation. Don't try to change the
aubject again. My point was that "starvation was part of Chinese
life". And I am still saying that.
Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
Says the staunch supporter of Taiwan and the KMT. How much of his
opinion should we count?
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???
There we go again, changing the subject again. No one said anything
about mass starvation.
Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???
Changing subject again.
Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?
Man, you are really stupid!
abeenchum, you have been proven to be the stupidest of all, over and
over again. You change your story, your principles,...
"Hey, RST, have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving???
Haha!
Very funny. Why don't you grow up, abeenchum?
You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok!
Ask you? How much do you know, abeenchum? You certainly don't
Chinese history.
But do not fabricate based
on your very limited knowledge and wild imagination.
Who is fabricating? abeenchum, you have proven your knowledge is very
limited in this forum over and over again, by me, by Vernon North.
All you have done is proven yourself to be a parrot, echoing others'
words.
You made one
ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you.
Man, here we go again. Your ignorance never ends.
So
listen up, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Tang
dynasty was the richest state in the world. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, and no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?" So stop being stupid!!!
Stop it, abeenchum. We here gone through this many times. You are
only making yourself a nuisance to this forum.
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder!!!
We have gone through this many times, too. I told you what my
background is, my intellectual capabilities. What about you?
abeenchum? Why are you riding your mask and ID? Let's hear your
intellectual cappabilites. Tell us about yourself, your family, your
family background.
I have told you all about mine, let's hear it from the accuser about
his background or else shut up.
.
Post by rst0wxyz
Grow up, abeenchum. Your ignorance have been exposed over and over
again. And I just exposed baldeagle's ignorance.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
That's right! People like RST have never exposed with Chinese culture
in their life, they can not speak/read Chinese, suddenly, they read a
couple of Chinese history books (English edition) and think they know
everything and start making ignorant statements one after another one
based on their very limited knowledge and wild imagination. And when
we pointed out their mistakes, they continue to twist to cover up
their embarrassment and ignorance. Just incredible!!!
Your childish game is over, abeenchum. You are just adding ignorance
upon ignorance on yourself. Grow up and face it like a man.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by baldeagle
Post by rst0wxyz
From Warring States time to the 1950s,
there were wars, mass-killing, beheading, starvations,...
If you think that China long histroy is nothing but wars,,,and
starvation..you are utterly wrong.
For very long period there were unparalleled prosperity and peace. in
China during the last 2300 years...Over 400 year during the Han
Dynasty 200 BC to 200 AD,... over 200 year during the Tang Dynasty 610
to 800 AD,.... over 300 years during the Song Dynasty from 960 to
1280, ....300 years during the Ming Dynasty from 1370 to 1650...Even
during the first half of the Ching Dynasty from 1680 to about 1800,
there were peace and prosperity in China. It was only during the later
part of the Ching dynasty when the Manchus shown to be coward when
they fought the west, did the Chinese rebeled against the Manchus
rule.
In between Dynasty changes, the warlords in China fought one another
for the throne, there were wars and famine. Once a Dynasty established
itself, peace and prosperity returns. The fabulous wealth of China
were reported by Europeans .. people like Marco Polo.
Only ignorant Americans and a few China bashers in this forum ...try
to rewrite the history of China. Good luck to them- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
rst0wxyz
2007-08-28 02:35:58 UTC
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Post by a***@gmail.com
Hey stupid od fool,
Your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity.
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?


Mongols did not have war with Northern Song
Post by a***@gmail.com
Dynasty, so your lie of "Mongols killed 50% of Chinese population
during Northern Song Dynasty" is a purely lie!!!
a***@my-deja.com
2007-08-28 02:38:29 UTC
Permalink
Another RST's ignorant statement ""Mongols killed 50% of Chinese
population during Northern Song Dynasty"

Oh my god, another ignorant statement from RST! Incredible!!!

Stupid old fool RST, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song
Dynasty, your "Mongols killed 50% of Chinese population during
Northern Song Dynasty" is simply a stupid lie!!! RST, study more
Chinese history so you can make less stupid lies on Chinese history,
ok! Haha!

Here's Chinese curse for you RST, you should learn it. It's more
powerful than yours, haha!

:
! !
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@gmail.com
Hey stupid od fool,
Your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity.
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Mongols did not have war with Northern Song
Post by a***@gmail.com
Dynasty, so your lie of "Mongols killed 50% of Chinese population
during Northern Song Dynasty" is a purely lie!!!
- Show quoted text -
a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-28 02:51:51 UTC
Permalink
Post by a***@my-deja.com
Another RST's ignorant statement ""Mongols killed 50% of Chinese
population during Northern Song Dynasty"
Oh my god, another ignorant statement from RST! Incredible!!!
Stupid old fool RST, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song
Dynasty, your "Mongols killed 50% of Chinese population during
Northern Song Dynasty" is simply a stupid lie!!! RST, study more
Chinese history so you can make less stupid lies on Chinese history,
ok! Haha!
Here's Chinese curse for you RST, you should learn it. It's more
powerful than yours, haha!
! !
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Post by a***@gmail.com
Hey stupid od fool,
Your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity.
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Mongols did not have war with Northern Song
Post by a***@gmail.com
Dynasty, so your lie of "Mongols killed 50% of Chinese population
during Northern Song Dynasty" is a purely lie!!!
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2007-08-28 00:41:47 UTC
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That's right! People like RST have never exposed with Chinese culture
in their life, they can not speak/read Chinese, suddenly, they read a
couple of Chinese history books (English edition) and think they know
everything and start making ignorant statements one after another one
based on their very limited knowledge and wild imagination. And when
we pointed out their mistakes, they continue to twist to cover up
their embarrassment and ignorance. Just incredible!!!
I feel that I have to speak for RST on this. I don't know whether he
will read this or not, since he said he will be doing jury duty.

RST was born in China, and attended school in China before emigrating to
the United States, so he was exposed to quite a bit of Chinese culture. When
I invited him to lunch at a Chinese restaurant in Tucson, AZ, I noticed that
he could speak Cantonese with the waitress, and that he could actually
understand Mandarin when I spoke to her, even though he admitted he could
spean Mandarin. Like many different nationalities that emigrated to the
U.S., RST is no different in that they all became part of the USA and left
their original identities "back home".
J.
a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-27 15:44:21 UTC
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Then why is he so ignorant on Chinese history???
Post by J.Venning
Post by a***@yahoo.com
in their life, they can not speak/read Chinese, suddenly, they read a
couple of Chinese history books (English edition) and think they know
everything and start making ignorant statements one after another one
based on their very limited knowledge and wild imagination. And when
we pointed out their mistakes, they continue to twist to cover up
their embarrassment and ignorance. Just incredible!!!
I feel that I have to speak for RST on this. I don't know whether he
will read this or not, since he said he will be doing jury duty.
RST was born in China, and attended school in China before emigrating to
the United States, so he was exposed to quite a bit of Chinese culture. When
I invited him to lunch at a Chinese restaurant in Tucson, AZ, I noticed that
he could speak Cantonese with the waitress, and that he could actually
understand Mandarin when I spoke to her, even though he admitted he could
spean Mandarin. Like many different nationalities that emigrated to the
U.S., RST is no different in that they all became part of the USA and left
their original identities "back home".
J.
J.Venning
2007-08-28 00:50:11 UTC
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Then why is he so ignorant on Chinese history???
I wouldn't go so far as to say he is "ignorant" about Chinese history.
Let's just say that he reads different text books than you and I do.
J.
a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-27 15:54:55 UTC
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Different text books? Then he must have read wrong books to say
things like "Chinese people never travel" etc. I doubt it's textbook
he read but his own crazy imagination. Even after we pointed out his
mistakes, he continues to twist to cover up his embarrassment and
ignorance! Incredible!
Post by J.Venning
I wouldn't go so far as to say he is "ignorant" about Chinese history.
Let's just say that he reads different text books than you and I do.
J.
rst0wxyz
2007-08-27 16:36:01 UTC
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Post by a***@yahoo.com
Different text books? Then he must have read wrong books to say
things like "Chinese people never travel" etc.
Stop changing the subject, abeenchum. Grow up and take it like a man.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
I doubt it's textbook
he read but his own crazy imagination.
Do you have any imagination, abeenchum? or are you just a rote
learner?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Even after we pointed out his
mistakes, he continues to twist to cover up his embarrassment and
ignorance! Incredible!
Stop it, abeenchum. Your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only
by your studpidity. You are whitewashed by the Chinese historians who
wanted to glorify China. And you are part of it. The Tang Dynasty's
world was not "the world". Why don't you examine your own words and
ignorance.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by J.Venning
I wouldn't go so far as to say he is "ignorant" about Chinese history.
Let's just say that he reads different text books than you and I do.
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2007-08-27 16:38:06 UTC
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Below is the link to Tang Dynasty from British museum, read it and
stop being an ignorant:

http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/explore/highlights/article_index/c/china_tang_dynasty_ad_618-90.aspx

"By the reign of Xuanzong (AD 712-56), China was the richest and most
powerful political unit in the world. The [Tang] dynasty was also a
golden age for poetry and the arts in general."
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Different text books? Then he must have read wrong books to say
things like "Chinese people never travel" etc.
Stop changing the subject, abeenchum. Grow up and take it like a man.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
I doubt it's textbook
he read but his own crazy imagination.
Do you have any imagination, abeenchum? or are you just a rote
learner?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Even after we pointed out his
mistakes, he continues to twist to cover up his embarrassment and
ignorance! Incredible!
Stop it, abeenchum. Your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only
by your studpidity. You are whitewashed by the Chinese historians who
wanted to glorify China. And you are part of it. The Tang Dynasty's
world was not "the world". Why don't you examine your own words and
ignorance.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by J.Venning
I wouldn't go so far as to say he is "ignorant" about Chinese history.
Let's just say that he reads different text books than you and I do.
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2007-08-28 01:46:16 UTC
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Different text books? Then he must have read wrong books to say
things like "Chinese people never travel" etc. I doubt it's textbook
he read but his own crazy imagination. Even after we pointed out his
mistakes, he continues to twist to cover up his embarrassment and
ignorance! Incredible!
I have no wish to butt in your personal quarrels with RST. Let's just
say that people read different text books and form different ideas opinions
about the same subject.
J.
a***@gmail.com
2007-08-27 16:50:51 UTC
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Do you agree with RST's ignorant statement of "Chinese pepple never
travel"???
Post by J.Venning
Post by a***@yahoo.com
things like "Chinese people never travel" etc. I doubt it's textbook
he read but his own crazy imagination. Even after we pointed out his
mistakes, he continues to twist to cover up his embarrassment and
ignorance! Incredible!
I have no wish to butt in your personal quarrels with RST. Let's just
say that people read different text books and form different ideas opinions
about the same subject.
J.
J.Venning
2007-08-28 02:14:21 UTC
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Post by a***@gmail.com
Do you agree with RST's ignorant statement of "Chinese pepple never
travel"???
Not entirely. Have you ever travelled outside of China ? Travel visas
are incredibly difficult to obtain - not because the Chinese authorities
don't allow them, but Western countries do not want Chinese citizens to come
to their country - an inbred phobia against "The Yellow Peril". In the West,
there is this prevailing idea that Chinese citizens are not allowed to go
out of China by the Chinese authorities, but the truth is, Chinese citizens
are not allowed entry to the Western countries by the respective Western
authorities. I managed to help several Chinese obtain visas into Denmark -
that is why I know the situation inside out. Today's Danish national
newspaper, the Berlingske Tidende, carried an article stressing this fact,
asking the government to change their regulations regarding Chinese
tourists, because there is now a lot of money to be earned from tourists
from China, and the rules and regulations are blocking this by the old laws.
J.
a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-27 17:23:35 UTC
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RST was referring to ancient Chinese people never travel which is
completely BS! As for today's mainland Chinese, last year, over half
million mainland Chinese visited Paris.
Post by J.Venning
Post by a***@gmail.com
travel"???
Not entirely. Have you ever travelled outside of China ? Travel visas
are incredibly difficult to obtain - not because the Chinese authorities
don't allow them, but Western countries do not want Chinese citizens to come
to their country - an inbred phobia against "The Yellow Peril". In the West,
there is this prevailing idea that Chinese citizens are not allowed to go
out of China by the Chinese authorities, but the truth is, Chinese citizens
are not allowed entry to the Western countries by the respective Western
authorities. I managed to help several Chinese obtain visas into Denmark -
that is why I know the situation inside out. Today's Danish national
newspaper, the Berlingske Tidende, carried an article stressing this fact,
asking the government to change their regulations regarding Chinese
tourists, because there is now a lot of money to be earned from tourists
from China, and the rules and regulations are blocking this by the old laws.
J.
J.Venning
2007-08-28 02:40:49 UTC
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RST was referring to ancient Chinese people never travel which is
completely BS!
I wasn't around then to give any comment on that. However, don't you
think that the means by which people travel then were rather different from
those of today? After all, how many Westerners could boast that they went to
visit China as tourists at that time?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
As for today's mainland Chinese, last year, over half
million mainland Chinese visited Paris.
Many Western countries have started to lower their barriers against the
Chinese in recent years, knowing full well that there is a Hell of a lot of
money to be gained by doing so. A recent survey of tourists here in Denmark
shows clearly that the Chinese tourists who managed to come here spend twice
as much money daily than their Japanese counterparts; they are also more
polite and better educated in general compared to those Nips ( no, they
don't spit).
J.
a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-27 18:06:25 UTC
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Are you saying travel in ancient time must travel to foreign country
or it is not travel??? Anyway, here is my reply to RST's ignorant
statement of "Chinese people never travel". If you disagree, let me
know:
==========
"Chinese people never travel" - by ignorant old fool, RST

Oh my god, another ignorant statment from RST!!! Incredible!!!

Lee Bai, the most famous poet in China is also a well known traveller,
he travelled many places in China and wrote them into his poets.

Here is the link to poet Li Bai:

http://english.cri.cn/1702/2005-5-***@207586.htm

"In his twenties, Li Bai began to travel. His experiences and
encyclopedic knowledge help him achieve great success in writing..."
"Li Bai ended up spending most of his life traveling. During his
travels, he wrote many poems about nature."

Go to National Palace Museum in Taipei and see those masterpieces of
Chinese paintings to understand how Chinese scholar painters admired
Chinese landscapes in their paintings from their travel experience.
Too bad, RST can not read Chinese, one of the most famous Chinese
books is Lao-chenz's Travelling Notes, some of article in the book
have been selected as "must-read" in Chinese literature class in
Taiwan. And since ancient time, Chinese admired Huang San (Huang
Mountain), Tai-San (Tai Mountain)... And 2000 years ago, Qin Shi Huang
already claimed up Tai-San (Tai Mountain) to worhship the Heaven.

"Chinese people never travel"??? You must be kidding!!! Hey RST,
take Silk Road trip to understand how ancient Chinese merchants
travelled. Haha!
Post by J.Venning
Post by a***@yahoo.com
completely BS!
I wasn't around then to give any comment on that. However, don't you
think that the means by which people travel then were rather different from
those of today? After all, how many Westerners could boast that they went to
visit China as tourists at that time?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
As for today's mainland Chinese, last year, over half
million mainland Chinese visited Paris.
Many Western countries have started to lower their barriers against the
Chinese in recent years, knowing full well that there is a Hell of a lot of
money to be gained by doing so. A recent survey of tourists here in Denmark
shows clearly that the Chinese tourists who managed to come here spend twice
as much money daily than their Japanese counterparts; they are also more
polite and better educated in general compared to those Nips ( no, they
don't spit).
J.
J.Venning
2007-08-28 04:29:00 UTC
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Are you saying travel in ancient time must travel to foreign country
or it is not travel??? Anyway, here is my reply to RST's ignorant
statement of "Chinese people never travel". If you disagree, let me
know: (snip)
To travel means to go from one place to another, from one country to
another. You cannot claim to be a seasoned traveller, if you haven't
travelled abroad. A Chinese travelling to different parts of China will see
many different aspects of China and the Chinese culture, but until he has
travelled to other countries, he will have no idea what other peoples and
other cultures are like - it's like the proverbial frog looking at the sky
from the bottom of the well and say to the other frogs that the sky is only
only one colour, blue. Your example of a Chinese who had travelled
throughout China, Li Bai, would no doubt have seen many aspects of China,
but wouldn't have a clue about what the world outside China was like: he
didn't even have television then to give him an idea about what other
peoples were like. China was an extremely isolated country in the past,
thinking that she was self-sufficient, and this slowed down her progress to
nearly a stand still. I have no doubt that there are many cultural treasures
taken to Taiwan by the KMT when they fled, and they should all be returned
to China, because they belong to the Chinese people's (as a whole) heritage,
and not only to those living on the island of Taiwan.

I will not allow myself to be drawn into your flippant quarrel with RST,
because I will not take sides. Besides, I have met RST and know what he is
like. I haven't met you - yet.
J.
a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-27 19:38:24 UTC
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Lee Bai was a great traveller and a great poet. Same for many ancient
Chinese. Ancient Chinese merchants travelled on Silk Road. Ancient
Chinese people do travel. Saying "ancient Chinese people never
travel" is completely a BS!!!
Post by J.Venning
Post by a***@yahoo.com
or it is not travel??? Anyway, here is my reply to RST's ignorant
statement of "Chinese people never travel". If you disagree, let me
know: (snip)
To travel means to go from one place to another, from one country to
another. You cannot claim to be a seasoned traveller, if you haven't
travelled abroad. A Chinese travelling to different parts of China will see
many different aspects of China and the Chinese culture, but until he has
travelled to other countries, he will have no idea what other peoples and
other cultures are like - it's like the proverbial frog looking at the sky
from the bottom of the well and say to the other frogs that the sky is only
only one colour, blue. Your example of a Chinese who had travelled
throughout China, Li Bai, would no doubt have seen many aspects of China,
but wouldn't have a clue about what the world outside China was like: he
didn't even have television then to give him an idea about what other
peoples were like. China was an extremely isolated country in the past,
thinking that she was self-sufficient, and this slowed down her progress to
nearly a stand still. I have no doubt that there are many cultural treasures
taken to Taiwan by the KMT when they fled, and they should all be returned
to China, because they belong to the Chinese people's (as a whole) heritage,
and not only to those living on the island of Taiwan.
I will not allow myself to be drawn into your flippant quarrel with RST,
because I will not take sides. Besides, I have met RST and know what he is
like. I haven't met you - yet.
J.
rst0wxyz
2007-08-27 20:10:38 UTC
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Are you saying travel in ancient time must travel to foreign country
or it is not travel??? Anyway, here is my reply to RST's ignorant
The ignorance is on your part, abeenchum. Your ignorance is
overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity. Your little boy
behaviors tells how mature you are to face the truth.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
statement of "Chinese people never travel". If you disagree, let me
==========
"Chinese people never travel" - by ignorant old fool, RST
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Oh my god, another ignorant statment from RST!!! Incredible!!!
Your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity.
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Lee Bai, the most famous poet in China is also a well known traveller,
he travelled many places in China and wrote them into his poets.
In China? But you said the Tang and the Song Dynasties were the
riches in the world??? Which part of China was in the world?? Half
of the world was still unknown, how can you compare to the world???
Are you just plain stupid and ignorant as you already are?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
"In his twenties, Li Bai began to travel. His experiences and
encyclopedic knowledge help him achieve great success in writing..."
"Li Bai ended up spending most of his life traveling. During his
travels, he wrote many poems about nature."
Where??? Where??? Where did he travel??? which part of where??? Which
part of the world did he travel to??? You are definitely showing your
ignorance big, big, big ways, abeenchum.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Go to National Palace Museum in Taipei and see those masterpieces of
Chinese paintings to understand how Chinese scholar painters admired
Chinese landscapes in their paintings from their travel experience.
Big deal. The spectacular views of Quizhou, the beautiful mountain
tops, and rivers. This was China's view of the world? The world has
more than that, abeenchum. The world is more than China.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Too bad, RST can not read Chinese,
I think the point in here is:
Too bad abeenchum learned the whitewashed version of the Chinese
world and never bother to question WHY, WHEN, WHERE, WHAT AND HOW???
Post by a***@yahoo.com
one of the most famous Chinese
books is Lao-chenz's Travelling Notes, some of article in the book
have been selected as "must-read" in Chinese literature class in
Have you read Mark Twain? William Shakespeare? Alan Edgar Poe?
Margaret Mitchell? and many many fine American/British writers/
playwright?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Taiwan. And since ancient time, Chinese admired Huang San (Huang
Mountain), Tai-San (Tai Mountain)... And 2000 years ago, Qin Shi Huang
already claimed up Tai-San (Tai Mountain) to worhship the Heaven.
Have you cliimbed the Himalaya, K9, or Mount Mckinley, abeenchum?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
"Chinese people never travel"??? You must be kidding!!! Hey RST,
abeenchum, all you have done in this forum is kidding, nothing else,
and parroting others.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
take Silk Road trip to understand how ancient Chinese merchants
travelled. Haha!
Have you taken the Silk Road, abeenchum? Have you driven across the
country in the U.S.? I have.

abeenchum, grow up, put away your childish toys. The world is more
than China. All you got are peanuts, and you think you got the
world. That shows how narrow your world is.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by J.Venning
Post by a***@yahoo.com
completely BS!
I wasn't around then to give any comment on that. However, don't you
think that the means by which people travel then were rather different from
those of today? After all, how many Westerners could boast that they went to
visit China as tourists at that time?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
As for today's mainland Chinese, last year, over half
million mainland Chinese visited Paris.
Many Western countries have started to lower their barriers against the
Chinese in recent years, knowing full well that there is a Hell of a lot of
money to be gained by doing so. A recent survey of tourists here in Denmark
shows clearly that the Chinese tourists who managed to come here spend twice
as much money daily than their Japanese counterparts; they are also more
polite and better educated in general compared to those Nips ( no, they
don't spit).
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a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-27 20:14:14 UTC
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"Chinese people never travel" - by ignorant old fool, RST

Oh my god, another ignorant statment from RST!!! Incredible!!!

Lee Bai, the most famous poet in China is also a well known traveller,
he travelled many places in China and wrote them into his poets.

Here is the link to poet Li Bai:

http://english.cri.cn/1702/2005-5-***@207586.htm

"In his twenties, Li Bai began to travel. His experiences and
encyclopedic knowledge help him achieve great success in writing..."
"Li Bai ended up spending most of his life traveling. During his
travels, he wrote many poems about nature."

Go to National Palace Museum in Taipei and see those masterpieces of
Chinese paintings to understand how Chinese scholar painters admired
Chinese landscapes in their paintings from their travel experience.
Too bad, RST can not read Chinese, one of the most famous Chinese
books is Lao-chenz's Travelling Notes, some of article in the book
have been selected as "must-read" in Chinese literature class in
Taiwan. And since ancient time, Chinese admired Huang San (Huang
Mountain), Tai-San (Tai Mountain)... And 2000 years ago, Qin Shi Huang
already claimed up Tai-San (Tai Mountain) to worhship the Heaven.

"Chinese people never travel"??? You must be kidding!!! Hey RST,
take Silk Road trip to understand how ancient Chinese merchants
travelled. Haha!

Here's Chinese curse, you should learn it. It's more powerful than
yours, haha!

:
! !
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Are you saying travel in ancient time must travel to foreign country
or it is not travel??? Anyway, here is my reply to RST's ignorant
The ignorance is on your part, abeenchum. Your ignorance is
overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity. Your little boy
behaviors tells how mature you are to face the truth.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
statement of "Chinese people never travel". If you disagree, let me
==========
"Chinese people never travel" - by ignorant old fool, RST
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Oh my god, another ignorant statment from RST!!! Incredible!!!
Your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity.
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Lee Bai, the most famous poet in China is also a well known traveller,
he travelled many places in China and wrote them into his poets.
In China? But you said the Tang and the Song Dynasties were the
riches in the world??? Which part of China was in the world?? Half
of the world was still unknown, how can you compare to the world???
Are you just plain stupid and ignorant as you already are?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
"In his twenties, Li Bai began to travel. His experiences and
encyclopedic knowledge help him achieve great success in writing..."
"Li Bai ended up spending most of his life traveling. During his
travels, he wrote many poems about nature."
Where??? Where??? Where did he travel??? which part of where??? Which
part of the world did he travel to??? You are definitely showing your
ignorance big, big, big ways, abeenchum.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Go to National Palace Museum in Taipei and see those masterpieces of
Chinese paintings to understand how Chinese scholar painters admired
Chinese landscapes in their paintings from their travel experience.
Big deal. The spectacular views of Quizhou, the beautiful mountain
tops, and rivers. This was China's view of the world? The world has
more than that, abeenchum. The world is more than China.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Too bad, RST can not read Chinese,
Too bad abeenchum learned the whitewashed version of the Chinese
world and never bother to question WHY, WHEN, WHERE, WHAT AND HOW???
Post by a***@yahoo.com
one of the most famous Chinese
books is Lao-chenz's Travelling Notes, some of article in the book
have been selected as "must-read" in Chinese literature class in
Have you read Mark Twain? William Shakespeare? Alan Edgar Poe?
Margaret Mitchell? and many many fine American/British writers/
playwright?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Taiwan. And since ancient time, Chinese admired Huang San (Huang
Mountain), Tai-San (Tai Mountain)... And 2000 years ago, Qin Shi Huang
already claimed up Tai-San (Tai Mountain) to worhship the Heaven.
Have you cliimbed the Himalaya, K9, or Mount Mckinley, abeenchum?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
"Chinese people never travel"??? You must be kidding!!! Hey RST,
abeenchum, all you have done in this forum is kidding, nothing else,
and parroting others.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
take Silk Road trip to understand how ancient Chinese merchants
travelled. Haha!
Have you taken the Silk Road, abeenchum? Have you driven across the
country in the U.S.? I have.
abeenchum, grow up, put away your childish toys. The world is more
than China. All you got are peanuts, and you think you got the
world. That shows how narrow your world is.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by J.Venning
Post by a***@yahoo.com
completely BS!
I wasn't around then to give any comment on that. However, don't you
think that the means by which people travel then were rather different from
those of today? After all, how many Westerners could boast that they went to
visit China as tourists at that time?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
As for today's mainland Chinese, last year, over half
million mainland Chinese visited Paris.
Many Western countries have started to lower their barriers against the
Chinese in recent years, knowing full well that there is a Hell of a lot of
money to be gained by doing so. A recent survey of tourists here in Denmark
shows clearly that the Chinese tourists who managed to come here spend twice
as much money daily than their Japanese counterparts; they are also more
polite and better educated in general compared to those Nips ( no, they
don't spit).
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2007-08-27 20:24:59 UTC
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"Chinese people never travel" - by ignorant old fool, RST
Well, you certainly love my cursing you. I hate to put people down,
but you certainly have been asking for it for the last couple of
weeks. Your mother is a whore and a bitch. Your father is a thief
and a murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and the worse Chinaman
around. Your ignorance is overwhelming and surppassed only by your
stupidity.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Oh my god, another ignorant statment from RST!!! Incredible!!!
abeenchum, you are piling up ignorace on top of your other
ignorances. You certainly have been making a fool of yourself.


I have answered every point in the following statement. No need for
me to repeat. Your parrot brain is working overtime to show your
ignorance.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Lee Bai, the most famous poet in China is also a well known traveller,
he travelled many places in China and wrote them into his poets.
"In his twenties, Li Bai began to travel. His experiences and
encyclopedic knowledge help him achieve great success in writing..."
"Li Bai ended up spending most of his life traveling. During his
travels, he wrote many poems about nature."
Go to National Palace Museum in Taipei and see those masterpieces of
Chinese paintings to understand how Chinese scholar painters admired
Chinese landscapes in their paintings from their travel experience.
Too bad, RST can not read Chinese, one of the most famous Chinese
books is Lao-chenz's Travelling Notes, some of article in the book
have been selected as "must-read" in Chinese literature class in
Taiwan. And since ancient time, Chinese admired Huang San (Huang
Mountain), Tai-San (Tai Mountain)... And 2000 years ago, Qin Shi Huang
already claimed up Tai-San (Tai Mountain) to worhship the Heaven.
"Chinese people never travel"??? You must be kidding!!! Hey RST,
take Silk Road trip to understand how ancient Chinese merchants
travelled. Haha!
Here's Chinese curse, you should learn it. It's more powerful than
yours, haha!
! !
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Are you saying travel in ancient time must travel to foreign country
or it is not travel??? Anyway, here is my reply to RST's ignorant
The ignorance is on your part, abeenchum. Your ignorance is
overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity. Your little boy
behaviors tells how mature you are to face the truth.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
statement of "Chinese people never travel". If you disagree, let me
==========
"Chinese people never travel" - by ignorant old fool, RST
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Oh my god, another ignorant statment from RST!!! Incredible!!!
Your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity.
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Lee Bai, the most famous poet in China is also a well known traveller,
he travelled many places in China and wrote them into his poets.
In China? But you said the Tang and the Song Dynasties were the
riches in the world??? Which part of China was in the world?? Half
of the world was still unknown, how can you compare to the world???
Are you just plain stupid and ignorant as you already are?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
"In his twenties, Li Bai began to travel. His experiences and
encyclopedic knowledge help him achieve great success in writing..."
"Li Bai ended up spending most of his life traveling. During his
travels, he wrote many poems about nature."
Where??? Where??? Where did he travel??? which part of where??? Which
part of the world did he travel to??? You are definitely showing your
ignorance big, big, big ways, abeenchum.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Go to National Palace Museum in Taipei and see those masterpieces of
Chinese paintings to understand how Chinese scholar painters admired
Chinese landscapes in their paintings from their travel experience.
Big deal. The spectacular views of Quizhou, the beautiful mountain
tops, and rivers. This was China's view of the world? The world has
more than that, abeenchum. The world is more than China.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Too bad, RST can not read Chinese,
Too bad abeenchum learned the whitewashed version of the Chinese
world and never bother to question WHY, WHEN, WHERE, WHAT AND HOW???
Post by a***@yahoo.com
one of the most famous Chinese
books is Lao-chenz's Travelling Notes, some of article in the book
have been selected as "must-read" in Chinese literature class in
Have you read Mark Twain? William Shakespeare? Alan Edgar Poe?
Margaret Mitchell? and many many fine American/British writers/
playwright?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Taiwan. And since ancient time, Chinese admired Huang San (Huang
Mountain), Tai-San (Tai Mountain)... And 2000 years ago, Qin Shi Huang
already claimed up Tai-San (Tai Mountain) to worhship the Heaven.
Have you cliimbed the Himalaya, K9, or Mount Mckinley, abeenchum?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
"Chinese people never travel"??? You must be kidding!!! Hey RST,
abeenchum, all you have done in this forum is kidding, nothing else,
and parroting others.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
take Silk Road trip to understand how ancient Chinese merchants
travelled. Haha!
Have you taken the Silk Road, abeenchum? Have you driven across the
country in the U.S.? I have.
abeenchum, grow up, put away your childish toys. The world is more
than China. All you got are peanuts, and you think you got the
world. That shows how narrow your world is.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by J.Venning
Post by a***@yahoo.com
completely BS!
I wasn't around then to give any comment on that. However, don't you
think that the means by which people travel then were rather different from
those of today? After all, how many Westerners could boast that they went to
visit China as tourists at that time?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
As for today's mainland Chinese, last year, over half
million mainland Chinese visited Paris.
Many Western countries have started to lower their barriers against the
Chinese in recent years, knowing full well that there is a Hell of a lot of
money to be gained by doing so. A recent survey of tourists here in Denmark
shows clearly that the Chinese tourists who managed to come here spend twice
as much money daily than their Japanese counterparts; they are also more
polite and better educated in general compared to those Nips ( no, they
don't spit).
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2007-08-27 20:27:51 UTC
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China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time. But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world, there was no mass
starvation. Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???

Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???

Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?

Man, you are really stupid!

"Hey, RST, have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving???
Haha!

You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok! But do not fabricate based
on your very limited knowledge and wild imagination. You made one
ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. So
listen up, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Tang
dynasty was the richest state in the world. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, and no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?" So stop being stupid!!!

Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder!!!

Here's Chinese curse, you should learn it. It's more powerful than
yours, haha!

:
! !
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@yahoo.com
"Chinese people never travel" - by ignorant old fool, RST
Well, you certainly love my cursing you. I hate to put people down,
but you certainly have been asking for it for the last couple of
weeks. Your mother is a whore and a bitch. Your father is a thief
and a murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and the worse Chinaman
around. Your ignorance is overwhelming and surppassed only by your
stupidity.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Oh my god, another ignorant statment from RST!!! Incredible!!!
abeenchum, you are piling up ignorace on top of your other
ignorances. You certainly have been making a fool of yourself.
I have answered every point in the following statement. No need for
me to repeat. Your parrot brain is working overtime to show your
ignorance.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Lee Bai, the most famous poet in China is also a well known traveller,
he travelled many places in China and wrote them into his poets.
"In his twenties, Li Bai began to travel. His experiences and
encyclopedic knowledge help him achieve great success in writing..."
"Li Bai ended up spending most of his life traveling. During his
travels, he wrote many poems about nature."
Go to National Palace Museum in Taipei and see those masterpieces of
Chinese paintings to understand how Chinese scholar painters admired
Chinese landscapes in their paintings from their travel experience.
Too bad, RST can not read Chinese, one of the most famous Chinese
books is Lao-chenz's Travelling Notes, some of article in the book
have been selected as "must-read" in Chinese literature class in
Taiwan. And since ancient time, Chinese admired Huang San (Huang
Mountain), Tai-San (Tai Mountain)... And 2000 years ago, Qin Shi Huang
already claimed up Tai-San (Tai Mountain) to worhship the Heaven.
"Chinese people never travel"??? You must be kidding!!! Hey RST,
take Silk Road trip to understand how ancient Chinese merchants
travelled. Haha!
Here's Chinese curse, you should learn it. It's more powerful than
yours, haha!
! !
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Are you saying travel in ancient time must travel to foreign country
or it is not travel??? Anyway, here is my reply to RST's ignorant
The ignorance is on your part, abeenchum. Your ignorance is
overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity. Your little boy
behaviors tells how mature you are to face the truth.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
statement of "Chinese people never travel". If you disagree, let me
==========
"Chinese people never travel" - by ignorant old fool, RST
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Oh my god, another ignorant statment from RST!!! Incredible!!!
Your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity.
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Lee Bai, the most famous poet in China is also a well known traveller,
he travelled many places in China and wrote them into his poets.
In China? But you said the Tang and the Song Dynasties were the
riches in the world??? Which part of China was in the world?? Half
of the world was still unknown, how can you compare to the world???
Are you just plain stupid and ignorant as you already are?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
"In his twenties, Li Bai began to travel. His experiences and
encyclopedic knowledge help him achieve great success in writing..."
"Li Bai ended up spending most of his life traveling. During his
travels, he wrote many poems about nature."
Where??? Where??? Where did he travel??? which part of where??? Which
part of the world did he travel to??? You are definitely showing your
ignorance big, big, big ways, abeenchum.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Go to National Palace Museum in Taipei and see those masterpieces of
Chinese paintings to understand how Chinese scholar painters admired
Chinese landscapes in their paintings from their travel experience.
Big deal. The spectacular views of Quizhou, the beautiful mountain
tops, and rivers. This was China's view of the world? The world has
more than that, abeenchum. The world is more than China.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Too bad, RST can not read Chinese,
Too bad abeenchum learned the whitewashed version of the Chinese
world and never bother to question WHY, WHEN, WHERE, WHAT AND HOW???
Post by a***@yahoo.com
one of the most famous Chinese
books is Lao-chenz's Travelling Notes, some of article in the book
have been selected as "must-read" in Chinese literature class in
Have you read Mark Twain? William Shakespeare? Alan Edgar Poe?
Margaret Mitchell? and many many fine American/British writers/
playwright?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Taiwan. And since ancient time, Chinese admired Huang San (Huang
Mountain), Tai-San (Tai Mountain)... And 2000 years ago, Qin Shi Huang
already claimed up Tai-San (Tai Mountain) to worhship the Heaven.
Have you cliimbed the Himalaya, K9, or Mount Mckinley, abeenchum?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
"Chinese people never travel"??? You must be kidding!!! Hey RST,
abeenchum, all you have done in this forum is kidding, nothing else,
and parroting others.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
take Silk Road trip to understand how ancient Chinese merchants
travelled. Haha!
Have you taken the Silk Road, abeenchum? Have you driven across the
country in the U.S.? I have.
abeenchum, grow up, put away your childish toys. The world is more
than China. All you got are peanuts, and you think you got the
world. That shows how narrow your world is.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by J.Venning
Post by a***@yahoo.com
completely BS!
I wasn't around then to give any comment on that. However, don't you
think that the means by which people travel then were rather different from
those of today? After all, how many Westerners could boast that they went to
visit China as tourists at that time?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
As for today's mainland Chinese, last year, over half
million mainland Chinese visited Paris.
Many Western countries have started to lower their barriers against the
Chinese in recent years, knowing full well that there is a Hell of a lot of
money to be gained by doing so. A recent survey of tourists here in Denmark
shows clearly that the Chinese tourists who managed to come here spend twice
as much money daily than their Japanese counterparts; they are also more
polite and better educated in general compared to those Nips ( no, they
don't spit).
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2007-08-27 20:39:57 UTC
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"Chinese people never travel" - by ignorant old fool, RST

Oh my god, another ignorant statment from RST!!! Incredible!!!

Lee Bai, the most famous poet in China is also a well known traveller,
he travelled many places in China and wrote them into his poets.

Here is the link to poet Li Bai:

http://english.cri.cn/1702/2005-5-***@207586.htm

"In his twenties, Li Bai began to travel. His experiences and
encyclopedic knowledge help him achieve great success in writing..."
"Li Bai ended up spending most of his life traveling. During his
travels, he wrote many poems about nature."

Go to National Palace Museum in Taipei and see those masterpieces of
Chinese paintings to understand how Chinese scholar painters admired
Chinese landscapes in their paintings from their travel experience.
Too bad, RST can not read Chinese, one of the most famous Chinese
books is Lao-chenz's Travelling Notes, some of article in the book
have been selected as "must-read" in Chinese literature class in
Taiwan. And since ancient time, Chinese admired Huang San (Huang
Mountain), Tai-San (Tai Mountain)... And 2000 years ago, Qin Shi Huang
already claimed up Tai-San (Tai Mountain) to worhship the Heaven.

"Chinese people never travel"??? You must be kidding!!! Hey RST,
take Silk Road trip to understand how ancient Chinese merchants
travelled. Haha!

Here's Chinese curse for you, you should learn it. It's more powerful
than yours, haha!

:
! !
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@yahoo.com
"Chinese people never travel" - by ignorant old fool, RST
Well, you certainly love my cursing you. I hate to put people down,
but you certainly have been asking for it for the last couple of
weeks. Your mother is a whore and a bitch. Your father is a thief
and a murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and the worse Chinaman
around. Your ignorance is overwhelming and surppassed only by your
stupidity.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Oh my god, another ignorant statment from RST!!! Incredible!!!
abeenchum, you are piling up ignorace on top of your other
ignorances. You certainly have been making a fool of yourself.
I have answered every point in the following statement. No need for
me to repeat. Your parrot brain is working overtime to show your
ignorance.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Lee Bai, the most famous poet in China is also a well known traveller,
he travelled many places in China and wrote them into his poets.
"In his twenties, Li Bai began to travel. His experiences and
encyclopedic knowledge help him achieve great success in writing..."
"Li Bai ended up spending most of his life traveling. During his
travels, he wrote many poems about nature."
Go to National Palace Museum in Taipei and see those masterpieces of
Chinese paintings to understand how Chinese scholar painters admired
Chinese landscapes in their paintings from their travel experience.
Too bad, RST can not read Chinese, one of the most famous Chinese
books is Lao-chenz's Travelling Notes, some of article in the book
have been selected as "must-read" in Chinese literature class in
Taiwan. And since ancient time, Chinese admired Huang San (Huang
Mountain), Tai-San (Tai Mountain)... And 2000 years ago, Qin Shi Huang
already claimed up Tai-San (Tai Mountain) to worhship the Heaven.
"Chinese people never travel"??? You must be kidding!!! Hey RST,
take Silk Road trip to understand how ancient Chinese merchants
travelled. Haha!
Here's Chinese curse, you should learn it. It's more powerful than
yours, haha!
! !
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Are you saying travel in ancient time must travel to foreign country
or it is not travel??? Anyway, here is my reply to RST's ignorant
The ignorance is on your part, abeenchum. Your ignorance is
overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity. Your little boy
behaviors tells how mature you are to face the truth.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
statement of "Chinese people never travel". If you disagree, let me
==========
"Chinese people never travel" - by ignorant old fool, RST
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Oh my god, another ignorant statment from RST!!! Incredible!!!
Your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity.
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Lee Bai, the most famous poet in China is also a well known traveller,
he travelled many places in China and wrote them into his poets.
In China? But you said the Tang and the Song Dynasties were the
riches in the world??? Which part of China was in the world?? Half
of the world was still unknown, how can you compare to the world???
Are you just plain stupid and ignorant as you already are?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
"In his twenties, Li Bai began to travel. His experiences and
encyclopedic knowledge help him achieve great success in writing..."
"Li Bai ended up spending most of his life traveling. During his
travels, he wrote many poems about nature."
Where??? Where??? Where did he travel??? which part of where??? Which
part of the world did he travel to??? You are definitely showing your
ignorance big, big, big ways, abeenchum.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Go to National Palace Museum in Taipei and see those masterpieces of
Chinese paintings to understand how Chinese scholar painters admired
Chinese landscapes in their paintings from their travel experience.
Big deal. The spectacular views of Quizhou, the beautiful mountain
tops, and rivers. This was China's view of the world? The world has
more than that, abeenchum. The world is more than China.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Too bad, RST can not read Chinese,
Too bad abeenchum learned the whitewashed version of the Chinese
world and never bother to question WHY, WHEN, WHERE, WHAT AND HOW???
Post by a***@yahoo.com
one of the most famous Chinese
books is Lao-chenz's Travelling Notes, some of article in the book
have been selected as "must-read" in Chinese literature class in
Have you read Mark Twain? William Shakespeare? Alan Edgar Poe?
Margaret Mitchell? and many many fine American/British writers/
playwright?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Taiwan. And since ancient time, Chinese admired Huang San (Huang
Mountain), Tai-San (Tai Mountain)... And 2000 years ago, Qin Shi Huang
already claimed up Tai-San (Tai Mountain) to worhship the Heaven.
Have you cliimbed the Himalaya, K9, or Mount Mckinley, abeenchum?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
"Chinese people never travel"??? You must be kidding!!! Hey RST,
abeenchum, all you have done in this forum is kidding, nothing else,
and parroting others.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
take Silk Road trip to understand how ancient Chinese merchants
travelled. Haha!
Have you taken the Silk Road, abeenchum? Have you driven across the
country in the U.S.? I have.
abeenchum, grow up, put away your childish toys. The world is more
than China. All you got are peanuts, and you think you got the
world. That shows how narrow your world is.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by J.Venning
Post by a***@yahoo.com
completely BS!
I wasn't around then to give any comment on that. However, don't you
think that the means by which people travel then were rather different from
those of today? After all, how many Westerners could boast that they went to
visit China as tourists at that time?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
As for today's mainland Chinese, last year, over half
million mainland Chinese visited Paris.
Many Western countries have started to lower their barriers against the
Chinese in recent years, knowing full well that there is a Hell of a lot of
money to be gained by doing so. A recent survey of tourists here in Denmark
shows clearly that the Chinese tourists who managed to come here spend twice
as much money daily than their Japanese counterparts; they are also more
polite and better educated in general compared to those Nips ( no, they
don't spit).
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2007-08-28 02:23:40 UTC
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Post by a***@yahoo.com
"Chinese people never travel" - by ignorant old fool, RST
Your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity.
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Oh my god, another ignorant statment from RST!!! Incredible!!!
Lee Bai, the most famous poet in China is also a well known traveller,
he travelled many places in China and wrote them into his poets.
"In his twenties, Li Bai began to travel. His experiences and
encyclopedic knowledge help him achieve great success in writing..."
"Li Bai ended up spending most of his life traveling. During his
travels, he wrote many poems about nature."
Go to National Palace Museum in Taipei and see those masterpieces of
Chinese paintings to understand how Chinese scholar painters admired
Chinese landscapes in their paintings from their travel experience.
Too bad, RST can not read Chinese, one of the most famous Chinese
books is Lao-chenz's Travelling Notes, some of article in the book
have been selected as "must-read" in Chinese literature class in
Taiwan. And since ancient time, Chinese admired Huang San (Huang
Mountain), Tai-San (Tai Mountain)... And 2000 years ago, Qin Shi Huang
already claimed up Tai-San (Tai Mountain) to worhship the Heaven.
"Chinese people never travel"??? You must be kidding!!! Hey RST,
take Silk Road trip to understand how ancient Chinese merchants
travelled. Haha!
Here's Chinese curse for you, you should learn it. It's more powerful
than yours, haha!
! !
a***@my-deja.com
2007-08-28 02:26:09 UTC
Permalink
"Chinese people never travel" - by ignorant old fool, RST

Oh my god, another ignorant statement from RST!!! Incredible!!!

Li Bai, the most famous poet in China, also a well known traveller, he
travelled many places in China and wrote them into his poems.

Here is the link to poet Li Bai:

http://english.cri.cn/1702/2005-5-***@207586.htm

"In his twenties, Li Bai began to travel. His experiences and
encyclopedic knowledge help him achieve great success in writing..."

"Li Bai ended up spending most of his life traveling. During his
travels, he wrote many poems about nature."

Visit National Palace Museum in Taipei and see those masterpieces of
Chinese paintings to understand how Chinese scholar painters admired
Chinese landscapes in their paintings from their travel experience.
Too bad, RST can not read Chinese, one of most famous Chinese books,
LaoChe's Travel Diary, some of articles from the book have been
selected as "must-read" in Chinese literature class in Taiwan. And
since ancient time, Chinese have already admired Huang San (Huang
Mountain), Tai-San (Tai Mountain) until today. 2000 years ago, Qin Shi
Huang already climbed on top of Tai-San (Tai Mountain) to worship the
Heaven.

"Chinese people never travel"??? You must be kidding!!! Hey stupid
old fool RST, take a Silk Road trip to understand how ancient Chinese
merchants traveled. Haha!

Here's Chinese curse for you RST, you should learn it. It's more
powerful than yours, haha!

:
! !
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@yahoo.com
"Chinese people never travel" - by ignorant old fool, RST
Your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity.
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Oh my god, another ignorant statment from RST!!! Incredible!!!
Lee Bai, the most famous poet in China is also a well known traveller,
he travelled many places in China and wrote them into his poets.
"In his twenties, Li Bai began to travel. His experiences and
encyclopedic knowledge help him achieve great success in writing..."
"Li Bai ended up spending most of his life traveling. During his
travels, he wrote many poems about nature."
Go to National Palace Museum in Taipei and see those masterpieces of
Chinese paintings to understand how Chinese scholar painters admired
Chinese landscapes in their paintings from their travel experience.
Too bad, RST can not read Chinese, one of the most famous Chinese
books is Lao-chenz's Travelling Notes, some of article in the book
have been selected as "must-read" in Chinese literature class in
Taiwan. And since ancient time, Chinese admired Huang San (Huang
Mountain), Tai-San (Tai Mountain)... And 2000 years ago, Qin Shi Huang
already claimed up Tai-San (Tai Mountain) to worhship the Heaven.
"Chinese people never travel"??? You must be kidding!!! Hey RST,
take Silk Road trip to understand how ancient Chinese merchants
travelled. Haha!
Here's Chinese curse for you, you should learn it. It's more powerful
than yours, haha!
! !
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rst0wxyz
2007-08-28 02:37:27 UTC
Permalink
Post by a***@yahoo.com
"Chinese people never travel" - by ignorant old fool, RST
Your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity.
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Oh my god, another ignorant statement from RST!!! Incredible!!!
Li Bai, the most famous poet in China, also a well known traveller, he
travelled many places in China and wrote them into his poems.
"In his twenties, Li Bai began to travel. His experiences and
encyclopedic knowledge help him achieve great success in writing..."
"Li Bai ended up spending most of his life traveling. During his
travels, he wrote many poems about nature."
Visit National Palace Museum in Taipei and see those masterpieces of
Chinese paintings to understand how Chinese scholar painters admired
Chinese landscapes in their paintings from their travel experience.
Too bad, RST can not read Chinese, one of most famous Chinese books,
LaoChe's Travel Diary, some of articles from the book have been
selected as "must-read" in Chinese literature class in Taiwan. And
since ancient time, Chinese have already admired Huang San (Huang
Mountain), Tai-San (Tai Mountain) until today. 2000 years ago, Qin Shi
Huang already climbed on top of Tai-San (Tai Mountain) to worship the
Heaven.
"Chinese people never travel"??? You must be kidding!!! Hey stupid
old fool RST, take a Silk Road trip to understand how ancient Chinese
merchants traveled. Haha!
Here's Chinese curse for you RST, you should learn it. It's more
powerful than yours, haha!
! !
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@yahoo.com
"Chinese people never travel" - by ignorant old fool, RST
Your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity.
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Oh my god, another ignorant statment from RST!!! Incredible!!!
Lee Bai, the most famous poet in China is also a well known traveller,
he travelled many places in China and wrote them into his poets.
"In his twenties, Li Bai began to travel. His experiences and
encyclopedic knowledge help him achieve great success in writing..."
"Li Bai ended up spending most of his life traveling. During his
travels, he wrote many poems about nature."
Go to National Palace Museum in Taipei and see those masterpieces of
Chinese paintings to understand how Chinese scholar painters admired
Chinese landscapes in their paintings from their travel experience.
Too bad, RST can not read Chinese, one of the most famous Chinese
books is Lao-chenz's Travelling Notes, some of article in the book
have been selected as "must-read" in Chinese literature class in
Taiwan. And since ancient time, Chinese admired Huang San (Huang
Mountain), Tai-San (Tai Mountain)... And 2000 years ago, Qin Shi Huang
already claimed up Tai-San (Tai Mountain) to worhship the Heaven.
"Chinese people never travel"??? You must be kidding!!! Hey RST,
take Silk Road trip to understand how ancient Chinese merchants
travelled. Haha!
Here's Chinese curse for you, you should learn it. It's more powerful
than yours, haha!
! !
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2007-08-27 20:12:05 UTC
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Post by a***@yahoo.com
Different text books? Then he must have read wrong books to say
things like "Chinese people never travel" etc.
Stop changing the subject, abeenchum. Grow up and take it like a man.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
I doubt it's textbook
he read but his own crazy imagination.
Do you have any imagination, abeenchum? or are you just a rote
learner?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Even after we pointed out his
mistakes, he continues to twist to cover up his embarrassment and
ignorance! Incredible!
Stop it, abeenchum. Your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only
by your studpidity. You are whitewashed by the Chinese historians who
wanted to glorify China. And you are part of it. The Tang Dynasty's
world was not "the world". Why don't you examine your own words and
your own ignorance.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by J.Venning
I wouldn't go so far as to say he is "ignorant" about Chinese history.
Let's just say that he reads different text books than you and I do.
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2007-08-27 16:25:27 UTC
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Post by a***@yahoo.com
Then why is he so ignorant on Chinese history???
Stop it, abeenchum. You have proven your ignorance beyond
comprehension. Aren't you ashamed on all your shit here? You just
kept repeating the same shit over and over again. You are a parrot,
just echoing other people's words..
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by J.Venning
Post by a***@yahoo.com
in their life, they can not speak/read Chinese, suddenly, they read a
couple of Chinese history books (English edition) and think they know
everything and start making ignorant statements one after another one
based on their very limited knowledge and wild imagination. And when
we pointed out their mistakes, they continue to twist to cover up
their embarrassment and ignorance. Just incredible!!!
I feel that I have to speak for RST on this. I don't know whether he
will read this or not, since he said he will be doing jury duty.
RST was born in China, and attended school in China before emigrating to
the United States, so he was exposed to quite a bit of Chinese culture. When
I invited him to lunch at a Chinese restaurant in Tucson, AZ, I noticed that
he could speak Cantonese with the waitress, and that he could actually
understand Mandarin when I spoke to her, even though he admitted he could
spean Mandarin. Like many different nationalities that emigrated to the
U.S., RST is no different in that they all became part of the USA and left
their original identities "back home".
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a***@my-deja.com
2007-08-27 16:31:57 UTC
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China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time. But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world, there was no mass
starvation. Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???

Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???

Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?

Man, you are really stupid!

"Hey, RST, have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving???
Haha!

You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok! But do not fabricate based
on your very limited knowledge and wild imagination. You made one
ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. So
listen up, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Tang
dynasty was the richest state in the world. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, and no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?" So stop being stupid!!!

Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder!!!
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Then why is he so ignorant on Chinese history???
Stop it, abeenchum. You have proven your ignorance beyond
comprehension. Aren't you ashamed on all your shit here? You just
kept repeating the same shit over and over again. You are a parrot,
just echoing other people's words..
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by J.Venning
Post by a***@yahoo.com
in their life, they can not speak/read Chinese, suddenly, they read a
couple of Chinese history books (English edition) and think they know
everything and start making ignorant statements one after another one
based on their very limited knowledge and wild imagination. And when
we pointed out their mistakes, they continue to twist to cover up
their embarrassment and ignorance. Just incredible!!!
I feel that I have to speak for RST on this. I don't know whether he
will read this or not, since he said he will be doing jury duty.
RST was born in China, and attended school in China before emigrating to
the United States, so he was exposed to quite a bit of Chinese culture. When
I invited him to lunch at a Chinese restaurant in Tucson, AZ, I noticed that
he could speak Cantonese with the waitress, and that he could actually
understand Mandarin when I spoke to her, even though he admitted he could
spean Mandarin. Like many different nationalities that emigrated to the
U.S., RST is no different in that they all became part of the USA and left
their original identities "back home".
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2007-08-27 16:46:57 UTC
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Grow up, abeenchum. I responded to this post.
China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time. But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world, there was no mass
starvation. Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???
Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???
Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?
Man, you are really stupid!
"Hey, RST, have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving???
Haha!
You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok! But do not fabricate based
on your very limited knowledge and wild imagination. You made one
ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. So
listen up, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Tang
dynasty was the richest state in the world. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, and no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?" So stop being stupid!!!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder!!!
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Then why is he so ignorant on Chinese history???
Stop it, abeenchum. You have proven your ignorance beyond
comprehension. Aren't you ashamed on all your shit here? You just
kept repeating the same shit over and over again. You are a parrot,
just echoing other people's words..
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by J.Venning
Post by a***@yahoo.com
in their life, they can not speak/read Chinese, suddenly, they read a
couple of Chinese history books (English edition) and think they know
everything and start making ignorant statements one after another one
based on their very limited knowledge and wild imagination. And when
we pointed out their mistakes, they continue to twist to cover up
their embarrassment and ignorance. Just incredible!!!
I feel that I have to speak for RST on this. I don't know whether he
will read this or not, since he said he will be doing jury duty.
RST was born in China, and attended school in China before emigrating to
the United States, so he was exposed to quite a bit of Chinese culture. When
I invited him to lunch at a Chinese restaurant in Tucson, AZ, I noticed that
he could speak Cantonese with the waitress, and that he could actually
understand Mandarin when I spoke to her, even though he admitted he could
spean Mandarin. Like many different nationalities that emigrated to the
U.S., RST is no different in that they all became part of the USA and left
their original identities "back home".
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a***@gmail.com
2007-08-27 16:49:45 UTC
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Below is the link to Tang Dynasty from British museum, read it and
stop being an ignorant:

http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/explore/highlights/article_index/c/...


"By the reign of Xuanzong (AD 712-56), China was the richest and most
powerful political unit in the world. The [Tang] dynasty was also a
golden age for poetry and the arts in general."
Post by rst0wxyz
Grow up, abeenchum. I responded to this post.
China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time. But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world, there was no mass
starvation. Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???
Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???
Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?
Man, you are really stupid!
"Hey, RST, have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving???
Haha!
You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok! But do not fabricate based
on your very limited knowledge and wild imagination. You made one
ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. So
listen up, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Tang
dynasty was the richest state in the world. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
history, and no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?" So stop being stupid!!!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder!!!
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Then why is he so ignorant on Chinese history???
Stop it, abeenchum. You have proven your ignorance beyond
comprehension. Aren't you ashamed on all your shit here? You just
kept repeating the same shit over and over again. You are a parrot,
just echoing other people's words..
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by J.Venning
Post by a***@yahoo.com
in their life, they can not speak/read Chinese, suddenly, they read a
couple of Chinese history books (English edition) and think they know
everything and start making ignorant statements one after another one
based on their very limited knowledge and wild imagination. And when
we pointed out their mistakes, they continue to twist to cover up
their embarrassment and ignorance. Just incredible!!!
I feel that I have to speak for RST on this. I don't know whether he
will read this or not, since he said he will be doing jury duty.
RST was born in China, and attended school in China before emigrating to
the United States, so he was exposed to quite a bit of Chinese culture. When
I invited him to lunch at a Chinese restaurant in Tucson, AZ, I noticed that
he could speak Cantonese with the waitress, and that he could actually
understand Mandarin when I spoke to her, even though he admitted he could
spean Mandarin. Like many different nationalities that emigrated to the
U.S., RST is no different in that they all became part of the USA and left
their original identities "back home".
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2007-08-28 00:48:30 UTC
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... even though he admitted he could spean Mandarin.
"even though he admitted he could not speak Mandarin". Oops typo !
J.
a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-27 15:51:16 UTC
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In the 50s to 70s, Cantonese in the states think every Chinese should
know Cantonese, now tide had turned, every Chinese should know
Mandarin, even in HK.
Post by J.Venning
"even though he admitted he could not speak Mandarin". Oops typo !
J.
rst0wxyz
2007-08-27 16:20:41 UTC
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Post by J.Venning
Post by a***@yahoo.com
in their life, they can not speak/read Chinese, suddenly, they read a
couple of Chinese history books (English edition) and think they know
everything and start making ignorant statements one after another one
based on their very limited knowledge and wild imagination. And when
we pointed out their mistakes, they continue to twist to cover up
their embarrassment and ignorance. Just incredible!!!
I feel that I have to speak for RST on this. I don't know whether he
will read this or not, since he said he will be doing jury duty.
I wasn't called in on the first call. I have to call back at 11am
today about the second call.
Post by J.Venning
RST was born in China, and attended school in China before emigrating to
the United States, so he was exposed to quite a bit of Chinese culture. When
I invited him to lunch at a Chinese restaurant in Tucson, AZ, I noticed that
he could speak Cantonese with the waitress, and that he could actually
understand Mandarin when I spoke to her, even though he admitted he could
spean Mandarin. Like many different nationalities that emigrated to the
U.S., RST is no different in that they all became part of the USA and left
their original identities "back home".
J.
J.Venning
2007-08-28 01:43:09 UTC
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Post by rst0wxyz
I wasn't called in on the first call. I have to call back at 11am
today about the second call.
Oh, hi there ! Yes, I know the procedure - my first wife was a lawyer
(she died very young).
J.
rst0wxyz
2007-08-27 15:14:10 UTC
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Post by baldeagle
Post by rst0wxyz
From Warring States time to the 1950s,
there were wars, mass-killing, beheading, starvations,...
If you think that China long histroy is nothing but wars
baldeagle, are you trying to be another abeenchum? changing the
subject? Who said anything like "is nothing but wars"? Now don't
change the subject.
Post by baldeagle
,,,and
starvation..you are utterly wrong.
For very long period there were unparalleled prosperity and peace. in
You mean the list below? You skip it a lot of mass-killing and murder
plots and minor "dynasties in-between"..
Post by baldeagle
China during the last 2300 years...Over 400 year during the Han
Dynasty 200 BC to 200 AD
Didn't you read abeenchum's description of Empress Lu's killings?
Xiao He conspired with Empress Lu to kill Han Xin after he led the Han
troops to victory against Xiang Yu. Han Xin was mostly responsible
for the Han victories. Didn't you read my description that Emperor
Wendi kill off the entire Lu clan? What happened to Wang Mang and his
Sin Dynasty? The Han Dynasty didn't go as far as 200AD, only in
name. As Cao Cao said in his deathbed, "All my life, I was the
emperor of China except in name".
Post by baldeagle
,... over 200 year during the Tang Dynasty 610
to 800 AD,
Two wars against Korea led by Emperor Taizong, and was soundly
defeated by Korea. Emperor Taizong himself had said after the second
defeated. "If Wei Zheng were alive today, you would never allow me to
take such advanture". Wei Zheng died two years earlier in 643. And a
few years later, he was massing 300,000 troops for another attack on
Korea when he died of old war injuries in 649 at age 50. This was
another one of your "unparalleled prosperity and peace"?

The list goes on and on, with all the time periods listed below. I
could list death and destructions on every single dynastic period.
Post by baldeagle
.... over 300 years during the Song Dynasty from 960 to
1280, ....300 years during the Ming Dynasty from 1370 to 1650...Even
during the first half of the Ching Dynasty from 1680 to about 1800,
there were peace and prosperity in China. It was only during the later
part of the Ching dynasty when the Manchus shown to be coward when
they fought the west, did the Chinese rebeled against the Manchus
rule.
In between Dynasty changes, the warlords in China fought one another
for the throne, there were wars and famine. Once a Dynasty established
itself, peace and prosperity returns. The fabulous wealth of China
were reported by Europeans .. people like Marco Polo.
Only ignorant Americans and a few China bashers in this forum ...try
to rewrite the history of China.
Chinese historian already done that, to whitewashed Chinese history to
glorify China, and basically, you are among them. How much Chinese
history do you know, baldeagle? The above list didn't indicate you
know much.
Post by baldeagle
Good luck to them.
Good luck to you, too. You need it.
a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-27 15:41:20 UTC
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Below is the link to Tang dynasty from the British Museum website,
read it and stop being an ignorant:

http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/explore/highlights/article_index/c/china_tang_dynasty_ad_618-90.aspx

"By the reign of Xuanzong (AD 712-56), China was the richest and most
powerful political unit in the world. The [Tang] dynasty was also a
golden age for poetry and the arts in general."
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by baldeagle
Post by rst0wxyz
From Warring States time to the 1950s,
there were wars, mass-killing, beheading, starvations,...
If you think that China long histroy is nothing but wars
baldeagle, are you trying to be another abeenchum? changing the
subject? Who said anything like "is nothing but wars"? Now don't
change the subject.
Post by baldeagle
,,,and
starvation..you are utterly wrong.
For very long period there were unparalleled prosperity and peace. in
You mean the list below? You skip it a lot of mass-killing and murder
plots and minor "dynasties in-between"..
Post by baldeagle
China during the last 2300 years...Over 400 year during the Han
Dynasty 200 BC to 200 AD
Didn't you read abeenchum's description of Empress Lu's killings?
Xiao He conspired with Empress Lu to kill Han Xin after he led the Han
troops to victory against Xiang Yu. Han Xin was mostly responsible
for the Han victories. Didn't you read my description that Emperor
Wendi kill off the entire Lu clan? What happened to Wang Mang and his
Sin Dynasty? The Han Dynasty didn't go as far as 200AD, only in
name. As Cao Cao said in his deathbed, "All my life, I was the
emperor of China except in name".
Post by baldeagle
,... over 200 year during the Tang Dynasty 610
to 800 AD,
Two wars against Korea led by Emperor Taizong, and was soundly
defeated by Korea. Emperor Taizong himself had said after the second
defeated. "If Wei Zheng were alive today, you would never allow me to
take such advanture". Wei Zheng died two years earlier in 643. And a
few years later, he was massing 300,000 troops for another attack on
Korea when he died of old war injuries in 649 at age 50. This was
another one of your "unparalleled prosperity and peace"?
The list goes on and on, with all the time periods listed below. I
could list death and destructions on every single dynastic period.
Post by baldeagle
.... over 300 years during the Song Dynasty from 960 to
1280, ....300 years during the Ming Dynasty from 1370 to 1650...Even
during the first half of the Ching Dynasty from 1680 to about 1800,
there were peace and prosperity in China. It was only during the later
part of the Ching dynasty when the Manchus shown to be coward when
they fought the west, did the Chinese rebeled against the Manchus
rule.
In between Dynasty changes, the warlords in China fought one another
for the throne, there were wars and famine. Once a Dynasty established
itself, peace and prosperity returns. The fabulous wealth of China
were reported by Europeans .. people like Marco Polo.
Only ignorant Americans and a few China bashers in this forum ...try
to rewrite the history of China.
Chinese historian already done that, to whitewashed Chinese history to
glorify China, and basically, you are among them. How much Chinese
history do you know, baldeagle? The above list didn't indicate you
know much.
Post by baldeagle
Good luck to them.
Good luck to you, too. You need it.
rst0wxyz
2007-08-27 16:18:21 UTC
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More Chinese whitewash, abeenchum? Who give a damn about museum art?
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Below is the link to Tang dynasty from the British Museum website,
http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/explore/highlights/article_index/c/...
"By the reign of Xuanzong (AD 712-56), China was the richest and most
powerful political unit in the world. The [Tang] dynasty was also a
golden age for poetry and the arts in general."
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by baldeagle
Post by rst0wxyz
From Warring States time to the 1950s,
there were wars, mass-killing, beheading, starvations,...
If you think that China long histroy is nothing but wars
baldeagle, are you trying to be another abeenchum? changing the
subject? Who said anything like "is nothing but wars"? Now don't
change the subject.
Post by baldeagle
,,,and
starvation..you are utterly wrong.
For very long period there were unparalleled prosperity and peace. in
You mean the list below? You skip it a lot of mass-killing and murder
plots and minor "dynasties in-between"..
Post by baldeagle
China during the last 2300 years...Over 400 year during the Han
Dynasty 200 BC to 200 AD
Didn't you read abeenchum's description of Empress Lu's killings?
Xiao He conspired with Empress Lu to kill Han Xin after he led the Han
troops to victory against Xiang Yu. Han Xin was mostly responsible
for the Han victories. Didn't you read my description that Emperor
Wendi kill off the entire Lu clan? What happened to Wang Mang and his
Sin Dynasty? The Han Dynasty didn't go as far as 200AD, only in
name. As Cao Cao said in his deathbed, "All my life, I was the
emperor of China except in name".
Post by baldeagle
,... over 200 year during the Tang Dynasty 610
to 800 AD,
Two wars against Korea led by Emperor Taizong, and was soundly
defeated by Korea. Emperor Taizong himself had said after the second
defeated. "If Wei Zheng were alive today, you would never allow me to
take such advanture". Wei Zheng died two years earlier in 643. And a
few years later, he was massing 300,000 troops for another attack on
Korea when he died of old war injuries in 649 at age 50. This was
another one of your "unparalleled prosperity and peace"?
The list goes on and on, with all the time periods listed below. I
could list death and destructions on every single dynastic period.
Post by baldeagle
.... over 300 years during the Song Dynasty from 960 to
1280, ....300 years during the Ming Dynasty from 1370 to 1650...Even
during the first half of the Ching Dynasty from 1680 to about 1800,
there were peace and prosperity in China. It was only during the later
part of the Ching dynasty when the Manchus shown to be coward when
they fought the west, did the Chinese rebeled against the Manchus
rule.
In between Dynasty changes, the warlords in China fought one another
for the throne, there were wars and famine. Once a Dynasty established
itself, peace and prosperity returns. The fabulous wealth of China
were reported by Europeans .. people like Marco Polo.
Only ignorant Americans and a few China bashers in this forum ...try
to rewrite the history of China.
Chinese historian already done that, to whitewashed Chinese history to
glorify China, and basically, you are among them. How much Chinese
history do you know, baldeagle? The above list didn't indicate you
know much.
Post by baldeagle
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rst0wxyz
2007-08-27 01:50:48 UTC
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Post by moongeegee
Post by Ronald Moshki
The Irish were just as poor, but they didn't go around greeting each
other with "Have you had a potato today?".
Don't you Chinks greet each other with "Ni hao?" anymore or what?
You really need to go to school and improve your English ! We
Westerners call our spouse "honey" not because they are bees, but
because they are as sweet as honey, Dickhead!
So you are not Chinese. Chinese have their culture, they have their
way to greet each other. Why do you care, it is not your
business.
Ronald Moshki is a very good racist friend of mine. He is here to
observe my destruction of the glorifcation of China's past. Right,
Moshki?
Post by moongeegee
Cheer
a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-27 02:44:12 UTC
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Destruction what? Only idiots like you did not know that China has
ups and downs man times and Chinese history has its bright side and
also dark side. 9 million Chinese people starved to death in 1959
alone due to your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward is one
of dark sides of Chinese history. And only idiots like you would call
Mao "Great Man". Only idiots like you dont learn the lesson from this
piece of sad Chinese history. Glory your ass!!!
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by moongeegee
Post by Ronald Moshki
The Irish were just as poor, but they didn't go around greeting each
other with "Have you had a potato today?".
Don't you Chinks greet each other with "Ni hao?" anymore or what?
You really need to go to school and improve your English ! We
Westerners call our spouse "honey" not because they are bees, but
because they are as sweet as honey, Dickhead!
So you are not Chinese. Chinese have their culture, they have their
way to greet each other. Why do you care, it is not your
business.
Ronald Moshki is a very good racist friend of mine. He is here to
observe my destruction of the glorifcation of China's past. Right,
Moshki?
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2007-08-27 03:08:48 UTC
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Destruction what? Only idiots
No, parrot abeenchum, you are a shithead and a liar. Your childish
games are over. Go play with your penis. Now I know where this "free
sex" you were talking about. You are masturbating yourself everyday
in your chubby hole. For the last two weekends, you consistently post
on SCC starting from friday afternoon until sunday night, only went
out for a few hours at noon. You don't even have a life.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
like you did not know that China has
ups and downs man times and Chinese history has its bright side and
also dark side.
Now, the truth is coming out. continue...
Post by a***@yahoo.com
9 million Chinese people starved to death in 1959
alone due to your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward is one
of dark sides of Chinese history.
It's none of my business. I don't give a damn about China.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
And only idiots
No, parrot abeenchum, you are a shithead and a liar. Your childish
games are over. Go play with your penis. Now I know where this "free
sex" you were talking about. You are masturbating yourself everyday
in your chubby hole. For the last two weekends, you consistently post
on SCC starting from friday afternoon until sunday night, only went
out for a few hours at noon. You don't even have a life.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
like you would call
Mao "Great Man".
Not only me. There are many others who called this man "great".
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Only idiots
abeenchum, there is no bigger idiot than you.
No, parrot abeenchum, you are a shithead and a liar. Your childish
games are over. Go play with your penis. Now I know where this "free
sex" you were talking about. You are masturbating yourself everyday
in your chubby hole. For the last two weekends, you consistently post
on SCC starting from friday afternoon until sunday night, only went
out for a few hours at noon. You don't even have a life.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
like you dont learn the lesson from this
piece of sad Chinese history.
Oh, yeah? you learn from happy Chinese history?
No wonder you don't believe that:

1: starvation was part of Chinese life.
2: Mongols killed 50% of the Chinese population.
3: Qin ShiHuang killed 75% of the population.
4: China was a land of the living hell
5: Chinese people living and working like animals.
6: "Have you eaten today" does not indicate past starvation
.
.
.
because in China's past, there were not too many happy days, but a lot
of sad days. You, parrot abeenchum, is plain stupid and ignorant.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Glory your ass!!!
Well, Chinese people tend to glorify China to show the good side of
China. It's not glorify my ass, but yours.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by moongeegee
Post by Ronald Moshki
The Irish were just as poor, but they didn't go around greeting each
other with "Have you had a potato today?".
Don't you Chinks greet each other with "Ni hao?" anymore or what?
You really need to go to school and improve your English ! We
Westerners call our spouse "honey" not because they are bees, but
because they are as sweet as honey, Dickhead!
So you are not Chinese. Chinese have their culture, they have their
way to greet each other. Why do you care, it is not your
business.
Ronald Moshki is a very good racist friend of mine. He is here to
observe my destruction of the glorifcation of China's past. Right,
Moshki?
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2007-08-27 03:20:52 UTC
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China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time. But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world, there was no mass
starvation. Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???

Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???

Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?

Man, you are really stupid!

Hey, "have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving??? Haha!

You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok! But do not fabricate
based
on your very limited knowledge. You made one ignorant statement
after
another one, it never ends from you. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Tang dynasty was the richest
state
in the world. Ancient Chinese people do travel. Chinese books on
Chinese
history do tell dark side of Chinese history, And no Chinese say
"Have you eaten today?" Chinese people say "Have you eaten yet?".
ok, stop being stupid.

Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.

Here's Chinese curse, you should learn it. It's more powerful than
yours, haha!

:
! !
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Destruction what? Only idiots
No, parrot abeenchum, you are a shithead and a liar. Your childish
games are over. Go play with your penis. Now I know where this "free
sex" you were talking about. You are masturbating yourself everyday
in your chubby hole. For the last two weekends, you consistently post
on SCC starting from friday afternoon until sunday night, only went
out for a few hours at noon. You don't even have a life.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
like you did not know that China has
ups and downs man times and Chinese history has its bright side and
also dark side.
Now, the truth is coming out. continue...
Post by a***@yahoo.com
9 million Chinese people starved to death in 1959
alone due to your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward is one
of dark sides of Chinese history.
It's none of my business. I don't give a damn about China.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
And only idiots
No, parrot abeenchum, you are a shithead and a liar. Your childish
games are over. Go play with your penis. Now I know where this "free
sex" you were talking about. You are masturbating yourself everyday
in your chubby hole. For the last two weekends, you consistently post
on SCC starting from friday afternoon until sunday night, only went
out for a few hours at noon. You don't even have a life.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
like you would call
Mao "Great Man".
Not only me. There are many others who called this man "great".
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Only idiots
abeenchum, there is no bigger idiot than you.
No, parrot abeenchum, you are a shithead and a liar. Your childish
games are over. Go play with your penis. Now I know where this "free
sex" you were talking about. You are masturbating yourself everyday
in your chubby hole. For the last two weekends, you consistently post
on SCC starting from friday afternoon until sunday night, only went
out for a few hours at noon. You don't even have a life.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
like you dont learn the lesson from this
piece of sad Chinese history.
Oh, yeah? you learn from happy Chinese history?
1: starvation was part of Chinese life.
2: Mongols killed 50% of the Chinese population.
3: Qin ShiHuang killed 75% of the population.
4: China was a land of the living hell
5: Chinese people living and working like animals.
6: "Have you eaten today" does not indicate past starvation
.
.
.
because in China's past, there were not too many happy days, but a lot
of sad days. You, parrot abeenchum, is plain stupid and ignorant.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Glory your ass!!!
Well, Chinese people tend to glorify China to show the good side of
China. It's not glorify my ass, but yours.
Post by a***@yahoo.com
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by moongeegee
Post by Ronald Moshki
The Irish were just as poor, but they didn't go around greeting each
other with "Have you had a potato today?".
Don't you Chinks greet each other with "Ni hao?" anymore or what?
You really need to go to school and improve your English ! We
Westerners call our spouse "honey" not because they are bees, but
because they are as sweet as honey, Dickhead!
So you are not Chinese. Chinese have their culture, they have their
way to greet each other. Why do you care, it is not your
business.
Ronald Moshki is a very good racist friend of mine. He is here to
observe my destruction of the glorifcation of China's past. Right,
Moshki?
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2007-08-27 05:51:45 UTC
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Don't take things for granted, Buddy.
I am not your friend. Only very few people are my friends, and none of
them read and write on these hillbilly newsgroups.
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by moongeegee
Post by Ronald Moshki
The Irish were just as poor, but they didn't go around greeting each
other with "Have you had a potato today?".
Don't you Chinks greet each other with "Ni hao?" anymore or what?
You really need to go to school and improve your English ! We
Westerners call our spouse "honey" not because they are bees, but
because they are as sweet as honey, Dickhead!
So you are not Chinese. Chinese have their culture, they have their
way to greet each other. Why do you care, it is not your
business.
Ronald Moshki is a very good racist friend of mine. He is here to
observe my destruction of the glorifcation of China's past. Right,
Moshki?
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2007-08-27 15:20:50 UTC
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Don't take things for granted, Buddy.
I am not your friend.
Oh!! yes, that is right. You are too racist to have a Chinaman for
friend, right? Moshski?
Post by Ronald Moshki
Only very few people are my friends, and none of
them read and write on these hillbilly newsgroups.
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by moongeegee
Post by Ronald Moshki
The Irish were just as poor, but they didn't go around greeting each
other with "Have you had a potato today?".
Don't you Chinks greet each other with "Ni hao?" anymore or what?
You really need to go to school and improve your English ! We
Westerners call our spouse "honey" not because they are bees, but
because they are as sweet as honey, Dickhead!
So you are not Chinese. Chinese have their culture, they have their
way to greet each other. Why do you care, it is not your
business.
Ronald Moshki is a very good racist friend of mine. He is here to
observe my destruction of the glorifcation of China's past. Right,
Moshki?
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2007-08-27 20:42:37 UTC
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Who the fuck wants to have a Chinkie as a friend?
Just look at you flat heads. You can't even agree on a simple
greeting ! How can you be a great nation when everyone is quarreling
about trivial matters ?
Post by Ronald Moshki
Don't take things for granted, Buddy.
I am notyourfriend.
Oh!! yes, that is right. Youare too racist tohavea Chinaman for
friend, right? Moshski?
Post by Ronald Moshki
Only very fewpeopleare my friends, and none of
them read and write on these hillbilly newsgroups.
Post by rst0wxyz
The Irish were just as poor, buttheydidn't go around greetingeach
otherwith "Haveyouhad a potatotoday?".
Don'tyouChinksgreeteachotherwith "Ni hao?" anymore or what?
Youreally need to go to school and improveyourEnglish ! We
Westerners call our spouse "honey" not becausetheyare bees, but
becausetheyare as sweet as honey, Dickhead!
Soyouare notChinese.Chinesehavetheir culture,theyhavetheir
way togreeteachother. Why doyoucare, it is notyour
business.
Ronald Moshki is a very good racist friend of mine. He is here to
observe my destruction of the glorifcation of China's past. Right,
Moshki?
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2007-08-27 21:12:29 UTC
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Post by Ronald Moshki
Who the fuck wants to have a Chinkie as a friend?
You know the old saying;

A friend in need is a friend indeed.
Post by Ronald Moshki
Just look at you flat heads.
My head? No, no, Moshki. You're looking at the wrong pwrson.
Post by Ronald Moshki
You can't even agree on a simple
greeting ! How can you be a great nation when everyone is quarreling
about trivial matters ?
That's because abeenchum is a chump. You know chumps fight
continuously.
Post by Ronald Moshki
Post by Ronald Moshki
Don't take things for granted, Buddy.
I am notyourfriend.
Oh!! yes, that is right. Youare too racist tohavea Chinaman for
friend, right? Moshski?
Post by Ronald Moshki
Only very fewpeopleare my friends, and none of
them read and write on these hillbilly newsgroups.
Post by rst0wxyz
The Irish were just as poor, buttheydidn't go around greetingeach
otherwith "Haveyouhad a potatotoday?".
Don'tyouChinksgreeteachotherwith "Ni hao?" anymore or what?
Youreally need to go to school and improveyourEnglish ! We
Westerners call our spouse "honey" not becausetheyare bees, but
becausetheyare as sweet as honey, Dickhead!
Soyouare notChinese.Chinesehavetheir culture,theyhavetheir
way togreeteachother. Why doyoucare, it is notyour
business.
Ronald Moshki is a very good racist friend of mine. He is here to
observe my destruction of the glorifcation of China's past. Right,
Moshki?
a***@my-deja.com
2007-08-27 21:25:48 UTC
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RST with flat head?! Haha!
Post by rst0wxyz
Post by Ronald Moshki
Who the fuck wants to have a Chinkie as a friend?
You know the old saying;
A friend in need is a friend indeed.
Post by Ronald Moshki
Just look at you flat heads.
My head? No, no, Moshki. You're looking at the wrong pwrson.
Post by Ronald Moshki
You can't even agree on a simple
greeting ! How can you be a great nation when everyone is quarreling
about trivial matters ?
That's because abeenchum is a chump. You know chumps fight
continuously.
Post by Ronald Moshki
Post by Ronald Moshki
Don't take things for granted, Buddy.
I am notyourfriend.
Oh!! yes, that is right. Youare too racist tohavea Chinaman for
friend, right? Moshski?
Post by Ronald Moshki
Only very fewpeopleare my friends, and none of
them read and write on these hillbilly newsgroups.
Post by rst0wxyz
The Irish were just as poor, buttheydidn't go around greetingeach
otherwith "Haveyouhad a potatotoday?".
Don'tyouChinksgreeteachotherwith "Ni hao?" anymore or what?
Youreally need to go to school and improveyourEnglish ! We
Westerners call our spouse "honey" not becausetheyare bees, but
becausetheyare as sweet as honey, Dickhead!
Soyouare notChinese.Chinesehavetheir culture,theyhavetheir
way togreeteachother. Why doyoucare, it is notyour
business.
Ronald Moshki is a very good racist friend of mine. He is here to
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2007-08-27 05:50:51 UTC
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One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you.
You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
One ignorant statement after another one, it never ends from you. You
really dont know about Chinese stuff. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Ancient Chinese people do
travel. Chinese books on Chinese history do tell darkside of Chinese
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?". ok, stop being stupid. If you dont know,
simply ask. Ok!
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
Yeah, ignorance is bless, parrot abeenchum.
Yeah, ignorance is bless, parrot abeenchum.
When people in denial mode, there's nothing you can do. Oh well...
Yeah, ignorance is bless, pparrot abeenvhum.
Ha, you are true Chinese. I remember you grew up in Indonesia,
right? If so, I am glad oversea Chinese still maintain those old
Chinese greetings. Same in Taiwan.
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In the old day, Chinese were very poor, they depended on agriculture
to survive. If the harvest was not good, they starved.
People concerned very much whether they had food/rice. If you had rice/
food it meant your had good life. That was why
they great each other by saying "Have you had rice yet?". It just like
western people say "How are you doing".
Have you ever thought people call there spouse "Honey" in Western
countries?? Do their spouse are really honey bee ? Should I say
everyone has honey bee shop in U.S??
Cheer-
The Irish were just as poor, but they didn't go around greeting each
other with "Have you had a potato today?".
Don't you Chinks greet each other with "Ni hao?" anymore or what?
You really need to go to school and improve your English ! We
Westerners call our spouse "honey" not because they are bees, but
because they are as sweet as honey, Dickhead!
So you are not Chinese. Chinese have their culture, they have their
way to greet each other. Why do you care, it is not your
business.
Cheer
cheer-
No, I am not Chinese. Not everyone posting on these newsgroups are
Chinese; the majority are people who are interested in China and
things that have something to do with China, apart from some trolls
who post only to insult the Chinese. So you are Chinese, huh? Well, I
don't know that for sure, but your English is very bad, although that
is no proof that you are Chinese. This is an English language forum,
for people who read and write English. You are posting from the U.S.,
and you don't even understand how the term "honey" is used. Where did
you go to school? Chop Suey Alley? Do you know what the term
"dickhead" is, Dickhead ?
a***@yahoo.com
2007-08-27 02:48:26 UTC
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China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time. But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world, there was no mass
starvation. Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???

Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???

Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?

Man, you are really stupid!

Hey, "have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving??? Haha!

You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok! But do not fabricate
based
on your very limited knowledge. You made one ignorant statement
after
another one, it never ends from you. So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty. Tang dynasty was the richest
state
in the world. Ancient Chinese people do travel. Chinese books on
Chinese
history do tell dark side of Chinese history, And no Chinese say
"Have you eaten today?" Chinese people say "Have you eaten yet?".
ok, stop being stupid.

Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you? You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.

Here's Chinese curse, you should learn it. It's more powerful than
yours, haha!

:
! !
China has 5000 years of history, of course, starvation occurred from
time to time. But remember China during Tang Dynasty, Northen Song
Dynasty was the richest nation in the world,
Are you only talking about the Chinese world? Within the boundaries
of China? Even then, when I mentioned a period during the Tang
Dynasty, your response was it was the declining period of the Tang
Dynasty. Now, this parrot abeenchum still claimed that it was the
richest in the world. Which mouth are you talking from, parrot
abeenchum?
there was no mass
starvation.
You are twisting words again, abeenchum. I said starvation was part
of Chinese life. I didn't say mass starvation.
Even under CCP, one of worst regimes in Chinese history,
mass starvation did not happen when DXP etc were in charge, it only
occurred during your "Great Man" Mao's stupid Great Leap Forward. So
was starvation part of Chinese life even during CCP's rule???
Yes, up to the 1960s- 1970s.
Yes, Chinese eat liver etc, same for French, goose liver is one of
most famous French cuisines. Oh, French cuisine also includes snail,
frog leg etc does that mean starvation was part of French life to
you??? And we Chinese still love liver etc, does that mean Chinese
are still starving, no, it is simply delicious. Yes, Chinese eat dog
meat but no comparison to Koreans. Today, Korea is one of richest
nations and Korean people still love dog meat because it is simply
delicious to them. Does that mean starvation is still part of Korean
life to you???
Yes, when people are hungry, they eat everything including human
flesh, have you heard the story that the plane crash in the mountain,
survivals had to eat human flesh to keep alive, does that mean
starvation was part of their life?
You are bringing the most desperate examples for your explanation.
You know very well, Chinese people ate human flesh in normal time.
Man, you are really stupid!
abeenchum, you are the one that is stupid, and overwhelmingly
ignorant.
Hey, "have you eaten yet"? Gee, do I mean you are starving??? Haha!
You dont know Chinese stuff, just ask, ok! But do not fabricate based
on your very limited knowledge.
Go ahead, keep glorifying China and your Chinese way. People who
ignored the past only live to relive the past.
You made one ignorant statement after
another one, it never ends from you.
Can't beat parrot abeenchum on this point. People who ignored the
past will live the past again.
So listen up, Mongols did not
have war with Northern Song Dynasty.
You son-of-a-bitch keep changing the subject of discussion. The
original subject was "The Mongols killed 50% of the population. Now,
focus on this subject. If you can't keep on the subject, go to hell.
You are not fit to discuss the subject with.
Ancient Chinese people do
travel.
Yeah, what percentage? point zero zero one percent? 99.9 percent,
born, lived, and died in the same village.
Chinese books on Chinese history do tell dark side of Chinese
Oh!! yeah, but not enough to affect the really truth. Chinese
glorigication of China was huge.
history, And no Chinese say "Have you eaten today?" Chinese people
say "Have you eaten yet?"
Are you comparing a bamboo chopsticks with wooden chopsticks? What is
the difference? Is this a big difference to you.
. ok, stop being stupid.
parrot abeenchum, your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only by
your stupidity. Your Taiwan education was worthless. Your don't know
shit, shithead.
Maybe I should not blame you for your ignorance, you are not from
intellectual family, are you?
With all your intelluctual background, you are still a shithead.
You family was running restaurant
business, right? No wonder.
Like I said many times, go to Fort Huachuca museum and you can read my
family background. There are still two buildings in Fort Huachuca
today that beared my forefathers names. What do you have to proof
your family's superiority?
I came from a long line of restaurant operators, of which I am very
proud of. My father was the last of the line. I worked my entire
life in engineering of which I have retired from. My brothers and my
son are medical doctors. What does your supperior family have? Tell
me your family background. Are you afraid to?
it was referenced to the scarcity of food, and starvation was a
factor.
I am not about to argue with you on this. I have no doubt that you have
read books referring to this, but not all books carry equal credibility.
Imagine what we would find in the books in which that Nipwit Anko,
Lechershit, RAK, Limp Dick, and the Western China bashers daily immerse
themselves. I would like to discuss this topic with an historic expert in
Chinese form of greeting in a Chinese university and hear what he/she has to
say.
J.
1: eats anything that walks on all four.
2: eats human flesh.
3: eats things that ordinary people throws away.
Are these the words of a people that had food to eat?
Isn't these an indication that food was scarce?
and starvation was part of life?
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2007-08-28 02:34:51 UTC
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Another RST's ignorant statement ""Mongols killed 50% of Chinese
population during Northern Song Dynasty"

Oh my god, another ignorant statement from RST! Incredible!!!

Stupid old fool RST, Mongols did not have war with Northern Song
Dynasty, your "Mongols killed 50% of Chinese population during
Northern Song Dynasty" is simply a stupid lie!!! RST, study more
Chinese history so you can make less stupid lies on Chinese history,
ok! Haha!

Here's Chinese curse for you RST, you should learn it. It's more
powerful than yours, haha!

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Post by rst0wxyz
Apparently you know Chinese custom better than that old fool. In
Your ignorance is overwhelming and surpassed only by your stupidity.
You certainly like my cursing you out like a damn fool. Your mother
was a damn whore and a bitch. Your father was a thief and a
murderer. You are a son-of-a-bitch and an ignorant fool. Why don't
you grow up and put away your childish ways?
Taiwan, it's also a common greeting particularly during meal time. If
someone comes to my house around my meal time, I will ask the person
"Have you eaten yet?", if that person answers "not yet", the usual
Chinese custom is "sit down, let's eat together" to show Chinese
hospitality. Or someone from other city visits you, Chinese will
usually ask "Have you eaten yet?" to ensure the person comes a long
way is not hungry, if the person has not eaten yet, you should offer
the meal, that's Chinese custom. Too bad, that old fool could not
understand Chinese, otherwise, there are plenty of Chinese TV dramas
playing in Chinese Cable channel in the states and you will find this
greeting is part of dialouges. And it has nothing to do with
starvation as that old fool has assumed.
"Have you eaten today" or "Have you eaten your rice today".
They still greet each other with the same greeting today even in
America. Is this the words of the people who had a lot to eat? I
didn't even think of this until I read it from a book. Wasn't this an
indication of people who were starved, and starvation was part of life?
It is a common understanding that "People eat to live, but Chinese live
to eat" - we just *love* food. Don't you think that the greeting could have
arisen from politeness and hospitality to ensure that the recipient is not
hungry after a journey/work ? It is also said that people who live in the
steppes in western China ask one another not about how the other's family
are, but how his herd of horses or sheep are, because the herd is their
livelihood.
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