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ameliemomofan
Aug 21st, 2005, 06:56 PM
i have too many to mention...whats yours? :)

Pengwin
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:13 PM
I don't like Chinese food :sad:

I ate McDonalds and Pizza Hut every day when I was in China :o

VRee_Willario
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:15 PM
I seldom eat it, but
Nasi Goreng is best :D

Helen Lawson
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:15 PM
I like it really spicy with shrimp or scallops.

sarza
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:15 PM
i have way to many

but always on the list will be roast duck in plum sauce

Lord Nelson
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:16 PM
I don't eat much chinese takeaway meals now but back in college I had a thing for sweet and sour soup. :)

Pengwin
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:17 PM
I seldom eat it, but
Nasi Goreng is best :D

Pas chinois :)

SelesFan70
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:18 PM
If it's on the menu, I'm gonna eat it...lol. :tape:

Libertango
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:23 PM
Singapore Fried Rice
Prawn toast :drool:

:Rawwb:
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:25 PM
I could live on Spring Rolls and Beef in black been sauce, and sweet and sour chicken too

VRee_Willario
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:28 PM
Pas chinois :)
Oh? It's in the Menu... I've been cheated! ;)
Maybe some bambu meal then

Rising Sun
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:33 PM
I seldom eat it, but
Nasi Goreng is best :D
Nasi Goreng isn't Chinese! ;)

VRee_Willario
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:34 PM
Nasi Goreng isn't Chinese! ;)
Where is it from?
(It's just in the chinese restaurant menu)

OUT!
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:36 PM
Sweet and sour chicken!

skanky~skanketta
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:49 PM
I seldom eat it, but
Nasi Goreng is best :Dthat's malay. not chinese.

skanky~skanketta
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:49 PM
butter prawns. but that's not takeaway.

Blonde_Ambition7
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:52 PM
egg rolls are my favorite food. i've never had like actualy chinese food, just what they make over here in the US which my chinese friend assures me is not authentic.

VRee_Willario
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:54 PM
that's malay. not chinese.
I've heard it :rolleyes:

skanky~skanketta
Aug 21st, 2005, 07:58 PM
I've heard it :rolleyes:do get all bent outta shape about it.

VRee_Willario
Aug 21st, 2005, 08:02 PM
Gong bao ji ding, it's good and it's chinese

!<blocparty>!
Aug 21st, 2005, 08:16 PM
oooh, this thread would have been useful earlier on.

I got Indian :p

I do like Chicken Chow Mein though. Sweet and Sour Sauce :drool:

*Karen*
Aug 21st, 2005, 08:22 PM
Sweet and sour chicken with noodles

Meesh
Aug 21st, 2005, 09:46 PM
Chicken Szechuan .. yummy... it's spicy :lick:

flyingmachine
Aug 22nd, 2005, 12:56 AM
I ate McDonalds and Pizza Hut every day when I was in China :o
:o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 12:58 AM
:o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o

I'm sorry! It's my choice, and I don't trust Chinese food!

flyingmachine
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:05 AM
I'm sorry! It's my choice, and I don't trust Chinese food!
Don't you think this is a bit like an Englishman holiday in Spain but he eats nothing but English food everyday. :o
Anyway I perfer REAL chinese food than these from the takeaways.

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:05 AM
I hate Chinese food :tape: (I'm Chinese :secret:

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:05 AM
:o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o
Well hey I would never even go to China to begin with :o

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:06 AM
Don't you think this is a bit like an Englishman holiday in Spain but he eats nothing but English food everyday. :o
Anyway I perfer REAL chinese food than these from the takeaways.

Aren't there like Fish and Chip shops in Spain now because of the needs of English tourists? :p

I prefer English Chinese food than REAL Chinese food in any case :o

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:07 AM
Well hey I would never even go to China to begin with :o

:eek: And why not?

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:07 AM
Don't you think this is a bit like an Englishman holiday in Spain but he eats nothing but English food everyday. :o
Anyway I perfer REAL chinese food than these from the takeaways.
But after seeing so many terrible stories and everything on the news (I think it's Hong Kong news or something every night on some TVB channel or something), I don't think I would ever step foot in a Chinese restaurant in China. I'd probably have Pizza and McDonald's there everyday too.

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:08 AM
:eek: And why not?
It's just this terrible view I have on China: filthy place, overcrowded, terrible hygiene, people eat dogs, snakes, anything you can think of, rats crawling everywhere, uncivilized behavior, spitting on the streets :o Too much to name.

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:11 AM
It's just this terrible view I have on China: filthy place, overcrowded, terrible hygiene, people eat dogs, snakes, anything you can think of, rats crawling everywhere, uncivilized behavior, spitting on the streets :o Too much to name.

You've never been to your mother land? :eek:

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:12 AM
It's just this terrible view I have on China: filthy place, overcrowded, terrible hygiene, people eat dogs, snakes, anything you can think of, rats crawling everywhere, uncivilized behavior, spitting on the streets :o Too much to name.

All of that is true BTW but in America people have hot-dog eating contests for sport :o

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:14 AM
All of that is true BTW but in America people have hot-dog eating contests for sport :o
:rolleyes: Bad joke ;)

No I've never been to China, and I never will. If I'm viewed as ignorant for that, then in this case, ignorance is bliss :o

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:14 AM
But after seeing so many terrible stories and everything on the news (I think it's Hong Kong news or something every night on some TVB channel or something), I don't think I would ever step foot in a Chinese restaurant in China. I'd probably have Pizza and McDonald's there everyday too.

You see the restaurants in China have a range of posh and nice ones to the grimy and dingy ones becuase there are very rich people in China and very poor people. If you are ever forced to eat in a nasty restaurant, as an American (no offence :p ) you would not be able to cope :p

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:17 AM
You see the restaurants in China have a range of posh and nice ones to the grimy and dingy ones becuase there are very rich people in China and very poor people. If you are ever forced to eat in a nasty restaurant, as an American (no offence :p ) you would not be able to cope :p
I know, I must admit that I am very snobby (even though, in American terms, I am not by any means considered RICH) :o Which is why, I'd rather not take the chance. Why go to China when I can go to someplace like Norway or Sweden?

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:18 AM
I know, I must admit that I am very snobby (even though, in American terms, I am not by any means considered RICH) :o Which is why, I'd rather not take the chance. Why go to China when I can go to someplace like Norway or Sweden?

Well if you go to Sweeden you have to eat chopped liver in a box for dinner :ras:

Don't you have family in China?

~Cherry*Blossom~
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:18 AM
Prawn/Pork/Chicken balls :drool:

Kung-Po Chicken (I haven't had that in ages :sad: )

pancake
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:18 AM
Not all the place in China are so disgusting.I perfer eating in fast food shops though...

The place and hygiene in HK are qutie nice btw.

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:21 AM
Well if you go to Sweeden you have to eat chopped liver in a box for dinner :ras:

Don't you have family in China?
Nope I don't have any family in China thank God :)

And at least if I had to eat chopped liver in a box for dinner in Sweden, I'd be sure that it isn't from a dog or cat :tape:

flyingmachine
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:21 AM
But after seeing so many terrible stories and everything on the news (I think it's Hong Kong news or something every night on some TVB channel or something), I don't think I would ever step foot in a Chinese restaurant in China. I'd probably have Pizza and McDonald's there everyday too.
You have to remembered China is still a third world country. You have to use your comom sense on these things just being more caution on that. Anyway, I think it's better to go to local places to eat where ever you go. Go will understand better about their culture and helps locals than just going for a big mac.

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:22 AM
Not all the place in China are so disgusting.I perfer eating in fast food shops though...

The place and hygiene in HK are qutie nice btw.
I know HK is ok, I've been there once (I was 3 years old). They don't seem to have as bad a problem as China does :rolleyes: Seriously, I think HK should declare independence from China or something. Their reputation gets tarnished just being associated with China in the first place :(

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:22 AM
You have to remembered China is still a third world country. You have to use your comom sense on these things just being more caution on that. Anyway, I think it's better to go to local places to eat where ever you go. Go will understand better about their culture and helps locals than just going for a big mac.
They (the government) sure don't advertise it that way :rolleyes:

flyingmachine
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:25 AM
Not all the place in China are so disgusting.I perfer eating in fast food shops though...

The place and hygiene in HK are qutie nice btw.
I went to HK early this year and I have to say HK is now CLEANER than UK. :o

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:28 AM
I know HK is ok, I've been there once (I was 3 years old). They don't seem to have as bad a problem as China does :rolleyes: Seriously, I think HK should declare independence from China or something. Their reputation gets tarnished just being associated with China in the first place :(

Whoa the American propoganda machine has really gotten to you bad.

flyingmachine
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:29 AM
They (the government) sure don't advertise it that way :rolleyes:
Well China is a third country it's a fact. Despite the rapid growth. :o Anyway no goverments in the world say their country is a poor one.

pancake
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:30 AM
I know HK is ok, I've been there once (I was 3 years old). They don't seem to have as bad a problem as China does :rolleyes: Seriously, I think HK should declare independence from China or something. Their reputation gets tarnished just being associated with China in the first place :(


In HK,some people don't like telling the foreigners they are Chinese,they perfer calling them 'Hong Konger',sth like that.
I think it's not a good thing,you know,no one will respect Chinese if a Chinese denied their idenity...Of course,it's just my opinion.
We are off topic :p ...

flyingmachine
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:30 AM
Whoa the American propoganda machine has really gotten to you bad.
I know :lol: It's a poor country still but it's a very interesting conutry to going to.

pancake
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:31 AM
I went to HK early this year and I have to say HK is now CLEANER than UK. :o

Where have you been?
I can't believe HK COULD cleaner than UK :o ...

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:32 AM
Whoa the American propoganda machine has really gotten to you bad.
No it's just what I think. I mean seriously, I like Hong Kong because the people seem so nice and democratic. However, it seems like they're China's little bitches. They let them bully them around and stuff like that, and they should do something about it. Just like Taiwan :rolleyes:

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:33 AM
Well China is a third country it's a fact. Despite the rapid growth. :o Anyway no goverments in the world say their country is a poor one.
False advertisement :ras::fiery:

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:33 AM
I know :lol: It's a poor country still but it's a very interesting conutry to going to.

If that's the American opinion of China I wonder what it's like of Russia :o

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:34 AM
In HK,some people don't like telling the foreigners they are Chinese,they perfer calling them 'Hong Konger',sth like that.
I think it's not a good thing,you know,no one will respect Chinese if a Chinese denied their idenity...Of course,it's just my opinion.
We are off topic :p ...
I think that's good because it'll show the world how much they HATE being ruled by the Chinese government. Hey, I'm Chinese and I hate it because of all the shitty pathetic things China has done because I hate to be associated with that stuff. It doesn't make my friends disrespect Chinese people at all.

Hong Kong people have the right to call themselves HKers because it's not like they ever wanted to be part of China to begin with :rolleyes:

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:35 AM
If that's the American opinion of China I wonder what it's like of Russia :o
At least Russians don't eat dogs and cats :ras:

I think of Russia as a place ten times better than China actually :tape::o

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:36 AM
No it's just what I think. I mean seriously, I like Hong Kong because the people seem so nice and democratic. However, it seems like they're China's little bitches. They let them bully them around and stuff like that, and they should do something about it. Just like Taiwan :rolleyes:

Taiwan is not recognised by any major country (no offence Malawi and other African countries Taiwan paid off)

flyingmachine
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:37 AM
Where have you been?
I can't believe HK COULD cleaner than UK :o ...
Once a upon time UK was cleaner than HK but since the last time I visited things in HK change a lot it seems things are a more cleaner in HK than it used to to be.

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:38 AM
At least Russians don't eat dogs and cats :ras:

I think of Russia as a place ten times better than China actually :tape::o

Oh, so it's more of a self-loathing then ;)

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:38 AM
Once a upon time UK was cleaner than HK but since the last time I visited things in HK change a lot it seems things are a more cleaner in HK than it used to to be.

Where do you live in UK? There is 0 litter where I live :o

Stamp Paid
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:39 AM
Lo Mein :drool:

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:40 AM
Taiwan is not recognised by any major country (no offence Malawi and other African countries Taiwan paid off)
I think the U.S. views Taiwan as a separate entity also. In fact, I think a lot of people see Taiwan as its own country. They should be, and they have every right to be.

flyingmachine
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:40 AM
No it's just what I think. I mean seriously, I like Hong Kong because the people seem so nice and democratic. However, it seems like they're China's little bitches. They let them bully them around and stuff like that, and they should do something about it. Just like Taiwan :rolleyes:
So I could see why you don't want to go there. ;) It's political.

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:40 AM
BTW Taiwan was fascist until 1991, and still is not exactly 'democratic'.

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:40 AM
Oh, so it's more of a self-loathing then ;)
:confused: Did you quote the wrong post? :p

pancake
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:41 AM
I think that's good because it'll show the world how much they HATE being ruled by the Chinese government. Hey, I'm Chinese and I hate it because of all the shitty pathetic things China has done because I hate to be associated with that stuff. It doesn't make my friends disrespect Chinese people at all.

Hong Kong people have the right to call themselves HKers because it's not like they ever wanted to be part of China to begin with :rolleyes:

Oh,I don't know so much about Chinese government,the only thing I know is they theat the athletes too harsh(for me it is).They train really hard and get so little(as I know)...

I don't mind HK to be part of China,I won't call I am a HKer either.However,I won't tell the others I am a Chinese unless someone asks me.Because sometimes I really don't like the way of demonstartion that some Chinese behave.

So,we're off topic again...

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:41 AM
So I could see why you don't want to go there. ;) It's political.
Well not really. It's just that I don't think they should let themselves be treated like that...I guess it's just the nationalism/patriotism I feel stemming from the American Revolution ;)

CrossCourt~Rally
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:42 AM
I LOOOOVE chinese food..ORANGE CHICKEN being my fave :drool: :bounce:

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:42 AM
Oh,I don't know so much about Chinese government,the only thing I know is they theat the athletes too harsh(for me it is).They train really hard and get so little(as I know)...

I don't mind HK to be part of China,I won't call I am a HKer either.However,I won't tell the others I am a Chinese unless someone asks me.Because sometimes I really don't like the way of demonstartion that some Chinese behave.

So,we're off topic again...
Exactly! That's how I feel most of the time too, even in America, where you would think people have more open-minded views on things.

pancake
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:43 AM
Once a upon time UK was cleaner than HK but since the last time I visited things in HK change a lot it seems things are a more cleaner in HK than it used to to be.

Oh,you should go to Mongkok next time you visit HK,I bet you will change your view.

flyingmachine
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:46 AM
Where do you live in UK? There is 0 litter where I live :o
Where acturely I live is very clean but there many places especially places close to the city centre are very dirty and it's getting worse. :rolleyes: HK used to be very dirty but since the sars inccdents they got their act together and I was very plaese how claen they are now even compare 3 years ago.
Anyway where was loast time you went to HK?

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:46 AM
Exactly! That's how I feel most of the time too, even in America, where you would think people have more open-minded views on things.

So it's because of their personality/behaviour? :confused:

pancake
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:48 AM
Exactly! That's how I feel most of the time too, even in America, where you would think people have more open-minded views on things.

I think the way of demostartion some Chinese behave is noisy,overreacted,and savage.
I hate saying that,but everytime I saw them on TV I think,'OMG!They did it again!'

flyingmachine
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:49 AM
Oh,you should go to Mongkok next time you visit HK,I bet you will change your view.
I stayed in Mongkok earlier this year and it was better than 3 years ago.

pancake
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:53 AM
I stayed in Mongkok earlier this year and it was better than 3 years ago.

I don't like Mongkok,just too mant people :o .

controlfreak
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:54 AM
My fave Chinese meal is Singapore Fried Rice because the irony is good for my anaemia...

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:54 AM
I think the way of demostartion some Chinese behave is noisy,overreacted,and savage.
I hate saying that,but everytime I saw them on TV I think,'OMG!They did it again!'
Yeah, it makes me angry. And it's not just in TV. Sometimes on the streets at Chinatown or something, they would do petty little things that piss the hell off of me, like spitting on the ground or bumping into people without saying sorry or excuse me.

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:55 AM
So it's because of their personality/behaviour? :confused:
Personality, behavior, way of thinking, it's just completely different. Maybe in China it's ok to spit on the ground any time and crash into people and be sneaky, conniving people, but it's not so in the US.

Ekkekko
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:57 AM
I think that's good because it'll show the world how much they HATE being ruled by the Chinese government. Hey, I'm Chinese and I hate it because of all the shitty pathetic things China has done because I hate to be associated with that stuff. It doesn't make my friends disrespect Chinese people at all.

Hong Kong people have the right to call themselves HKers because it's not like they ever wanted to be part of China to begin with :rolleyes:
it's not like hong kongers ever wanted to be a part of china to begin with? under the treaty of nanking, china ceded hong kong island as it was then known to the british empire and that happened during the first opium war. it was a part of china yesterday and it still is a part of china today. are you talking about the disrespectful things that the chinese government did under mao's time? or what other shitty pathetic things china has done are you talking about? shitty pathetic things such as the introduction of Sun Tzu's art of war? the sino-japanese war? warfare in ancient china? Please be specific here...

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:58 AM
Personality, behavior, way of thinking, it's just completely different. Maybe in China it's ok to spit on the ground any time and crash into people and be sneaky, conniving people, but it's not so in the US.

In Great Britain we think of Americans as obnoxious and rude (or moreso than ourselves). I don't think it's fair to generalise or make racist comments like this.

flyingmachine
Aug 22nd, 2005, 01:58 AM
I don't like Mongkok,just too mant people :o .
That's fine. Mongkok is OK for a short time but I wouldn't want to live in Mongkok tho.

pancake
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:00 AM
Yeah, it makes me angry. And it's not just in TV. Sometimes on the streets at Chinatown or something, they would do petty little things that piss the hell off of me, like spitting on the ground or bumping into people without saying sorry or excuse me.

Oh,for me,most of the people come from mainland,especially the adult,really impolite.
And,I doubt that they also think that money is everything.

But be honest,the teenagers is become better and better,though few of them are still very 'Old-Chinesed'.

pancake
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:01 AM
That's fine. Mongkok is OK for a short time but I wouldn't want to live in Mongkok tho.

Actually I have to study in Mongkok for a year :o .

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:03 AM
In Great Britain we think of Americans as obnoxious and rude (or moreso than ourselves). I don't think it's fair to generalise or make racist comments like this.
Racist against your own race? Is that possible :confused:

Americans are obnoxious and rude, and we're proud of it ;) But it doesn't make your experience in America any worse.

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:05 AM
it's not like hong kongers ever wanted to be a part of china to begin with? under the treaty of nanking, china ceded hong kong island as it was then known to the british empire and that happened during the first opium war. it was a part of china yesterday and it still is a part of china today. are you talking about the disrespectful things that the chinese government did under mao's time? or what other shitty pathetic things china has done are you talking about? shitty pathetic things such as the introduction of Sun Tzu's art of war? the sino-japanese war? warfare in ancient china? Please be specific here...
Stuff like the Cultural Revolution, wars, flexing their military muscle at India this one time (I think they mobilized a missile at them a couple years ago :rolleyes: ), the government's many cover-ups (like the Tienemen (sp?) square incident), people with their dirty restaurants, stuff like that.

Ekkekko
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:05 AM
Personality, behavior, way of thinking, it's just completely different. Maybe in China it's ok to spit on the ground any time and crash into people and be sneaky, conniving people, but it's not so in the US.

ever heard of culture shock? what you just sum up of the chinese people in china is just...:tape: stereotypical. if you think that it's ok to spit on the ground any time and crash into people and be sneaky, conniving people in china, what would the chinese think of the americans instead? That it's ok to sleep with your pets, to call your folks by their name, a lack of filial piety? Ok, that was an example of a stereotypical view. It doesn't apply to every american so why does spitting and sneaky people apply to every mainland chinese? It doesn't..As China continues to pick up where it left following Mao's era, they would have a long way to go but looking at the way the country's progressing, it shouldn't take long. As they learn what being civilised citizens mean, it won't be for long before Chinese citizens learn that spitting on the ground is unhygienic as well as crashing into people. Conniving and sneaky people do not encompass one culture nor one race. It is everywhere. You just have to open your eyes.

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:09 AM
Stuff like the Cultural Revolution, wars, flexing their military muscle at India this one time (I think they mobilized a missile at them a couple years ago :rolleyes: ), the government's many cover-ups (like the Tienemen (sp?) square incident), people with their dirty restaurants, stuff like that.

Cultural Revolution is 100% dead, it's been reversed as far as possible (honestly) without changing the name of the country.
Wars where?
Tiananmen was overstated by American media but yes it was tragic and devastating on the part of Deng, but you can't define a country by some dirty restaurants and things that happened 16 years ago.

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:09 AM
ever heard of culture shock? what you just sum up of the chinese people in china is just...:tape: stereotypical. if you think that it's ok to spit on the ground any time and crash into people and be sneaky, conniving people in china, what would the chinese think of the americans instead? That it's ok to sleep with your pets, to call your folks by their name, a lack of filial piety? Ok, that was an example of a stereotypical view. It doesn't apply to every american so why does spitting and sneaky people apply to every mainland chinese? It doesn't..As China continues to pick up where it left following Mao's era, they would have a long way to go but looking at the way the country's progressing, it shouldn't take long. As they learn what being civilised citizens mean, it won't be for long before Chinese citizens learn that spitting on the ground is unhygienic as well as crashing into people. Conniving and sneaky people do not encompass one culture nor one race. It is everywhere. You just have to open your eyes.That's good to know :D

But I'm not trying to say that every single Chinese person does it, I'm just trying to say that I think it's a little repulsive to know that they think it's OK to do such things.

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:11 AM
That's good to know :D

But I'm not trying to say that every single Chinese person does it, I'm just trying to say that I think it's a little repulsive to know that they think it's OK to do such things.

Spitting is actually illegal in China. Noone crashes into other people on purpose. If a black person crashed into me I wouldn't assume all black people crash into people on purpose.

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:15 AM
Spitting is actually illegal in China. Noone crashes into other people on purpose. If a black person crashed into me I wouldn't assume all black people crash into people on purpose.
I thought that was HK :o

Anyway, how did we go from "I've never been to China and never will" to something like this :rolleyes::o

Ekkekko
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:18 AM
Stuff like the Cultural Revolution, wars, flexing their military muscle at India this one time (I think they mobilized a missile at them a couple years ago :rolleyes: ), the government's many cover-ups (like the Tienemen (sp?) square incident), people with their dirty restaurants, stuff like that.

are you associating wars and government cover ups with China itself? Are you trying to say that wherever you come from, there aren't any cover ups from the government as well? It would be very lame to think that only China's guilty of all the above....

Ekkekko
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:20 AM
That's good to know :D

But I'm not trying to say that every single Chinese person does it, I'm just trying to say that I think it's a little repulsive to know that they think it's OK to do such things.

you're not trying to say that every single chinese person does it?
Maybe in China it's ok to spit on the ground any time
would you care explaining there the above quote came from?

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:22 AM
I thought that was HK :o



Well admittedly it's only recently been made illegal, but that doesn't mean it's not.

Slavery used to be legal in your country.

Ekkekko
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:28 AM
Well admittedly it's only recently been made illegal, but that doesn't mean it's not.

Slavery used to be legal in your country.
is he really from the US?

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:30 AM
is he really from the US?

Where else do they believe half the things he said?

Ekkekko
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:31 AM
Where else do they believe half the things he said?

propaganda inspired comics :)

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:34 AM
I thought that was HK :o

Anyway, how did we go from "I've never been to China and never will" to something like this :rolleyes::o

How many generations ago did your ancestors immigrate to America?

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:49 AM
How many generations ago did your ancestors immigrate to America?
I'm a first generation American :tape:

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:50 AM
I'm a first generation American :tape:

Yet you have no family in China? :eek: :confused:

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:52 AM
Yet you have no family in China? :eek: :confused:
My mom and her family have since all immigrated to America. My dad is from Hong Kong, and his family went to Venezuela first, then to America :)

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 02:54 AM
My mom and her family have since all immigrated to America. My dad is from Hong Kong, and his family went to Venezuela first, then to America :)

All your mom's siblings and their kids, their cousins etc?

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 03:17 AM
All your mom's siblings and their kids, their cousins etc?
Do you have MSN? PM it to me and We'll talk :p

Pengwin
Aug 22nd, 2005, 03:18 AM
Do you have MSN? PM it to me and We'll talk :p

You're in my 'tribe' anyway ;)

OK I have to go to bed because it's 3.18AM :help: but I'll talk to you soon :wavey:

Chunchun
Aug 22nd, 2005, 03:27 AM
You're in my 'tribe' anyway ;)

OK I have to go to bed because it's 3.18AM :help: but I'll talk to you soon :wavey:

btw here's Serena MSN :p : maybe_im_selfish87@hotmail.com

TF Chipmunk
Aug 22nd, 2005, 03:28 AM
G'nite Pengwin!

Hello there E.Dementieva ;)