Discussion in 'China' started by badguy2000, Jan 20, 2013.
the 3-wheeled bike.
Looks like they're also using Chinese Z-9 helos
Yes, these are our Z9s exported to Mali on 2000, poor maintenance, I doubt they can even fly. the tricycle is also a made in China as well, but they are not French Army's property, but rather belongs to Mali government.
How can we use junk that doesn't work?
Malian soldiers helped by French troops, move a broken helicopter out a hangar to make room for more incoming troops at Bamako's airport Tuesday Jan. 15. 2013. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
Stop using we, you talk like an Indian, think like an Indian, and you cannot even speak a French word. you claim you are their "we", who are French then?
Stop relying on google translator!!You need a course in English 101!!
You can't even spell 'canuck' the right way, so somehow I doubt you're an overseas Desi...
wrong flag is not allow in this forum, Mod will take care, stop questioning Anand's nation, foucus on Mali's weapon, BTW.
welcome back cinoti, are you ass hurt? so many gays in that jail.
You being a democratic homosexual, sound more like a South Asian representative in a gay pride parade rather than a Chinese. hahahah.
But any ways, I am ready to be barred again.
don't do that again. you are smart forumer and so knowledgable. I do want to lose you.
debate smart and mock carefully.
you are mature forumer, even be jailed, you don't quit, you wait, you stand ass hurt, you login everyday and check everything.
BTW, only post the true, nothing but true, never predict again.
Nah, it is not about maturity, it is about professionalism, you see I am a model 50 center, i have to do my job.....
JBS Haldane, Galbraith, Anne Besant, Sister Nivedita, Ma of Auroville, Hume who founded the Congress Party, and so many others who were foreigners thought like Indians! Mark Tully is the latest.
Now, now, don't be unkind.
All Chinese people have to be addressed as Tongzhi.
You won't be banned, we are a very understanding society here in India. We understand that you cannot be but Tongzhi since that is how you are!
China has a history of being tolerant to homosexuality. Confucianism doesnâ€™t condemn homosexuality as some religions do. Homosexuality has been documented in China since ancient times. In the Song dynasty it was considered fashionable for both men and women. Several emperors reportedly kept male consorts. Homosexuality was common enough in the 19th century for a English emissary to remark that â€œmany of the first officers of the state seemed to make no hesitation in publicly avowing it.â€ In the 20th century the renowned scholar Kang Youwei proposed same sex marriages. See Han Dynasty Emperor Ai.
Some have suggested that maybe Cao Xueqin, the 18th century novelist and author of Dream of the Red Chamber , arguably China's most famous book, might have been gay. The book details a number of sexual trysts involving members of both the opposite sex and the same sex. Most of the hundreds of characters in the novel are women, delicately sketched with details so sensitive that, in the opinion of some, only a man of homosexual orientation could fathom. In A Dream of Red Mansions, there is only one man who is seriously into women, and he is a clown and bully.
The hints of homosexuality in other famous works of literature. In Romance of Three Kingdoms, men would never give up their â€˜brothersâ€™ but don't seem to care that much about their wives. In Outlaws of the Marsh, the heroes go one step further: they kill their adulterous wives, concubines or beaus and escape to this mountain retreat where everything looks like a martial arts version of a gay resort. [Source: China Daily, Raymond Zhou, July 12, 2008]
Queer China, â€˜Comradeâ€™ China (2008), directed by Cui Ziâ€™en, Chinaâ€™s most prolific queer filmmaker, presents a comprehensive historical account of the queer movement in modern China. Unlike any before, this film explores the historical milestones and ongoing advocacy efforts of the Chinese lesbian and gay community. A Shanghai Timeout Review of Cui Ziâ€™enâ€™s Zhi Tongzhi (â€œQueer China, Comrade Chinaâ€) goes: Espousing a more traditional form, and dividing the film in seven chapters, Cui covers incredible ground in a relatively short amount of time (60 minutes). Fact-filled, yet fun-filled, Cuiâ€™s film pays homage to all the tongzhi warriors, male or female, prominent or unknown, who are bringing about what Li (Yinhe) describes as a major sexual revolution. [Source: dgeneratefilms.com, December 2011]
Homosexuality in China Purple Dragon gay travel specialists Purple Dragon ; China Daily article chinadaily.com ; National Institute of Health paper /gateway.nlm.nih.gov ; Articles from the 1990s brooklyn.cuny.edu ; Some Sources on gay life in China fordham.edu/halsall ; Gay in Rural China sfgate.com ; Gay Scene in Shanghai shanghai-guy.com
Sex in China USA Today piece usatoday.com ; China Sex Museum hu-berlin.de/sexology ; Sex Incidents in China zonaeuropa.com ; Sex Industry guardian.co.uk ; Chinese sex toy make
HOMOSEXUALS IN CHINA: DISCRIMINATION, TOLERANCE, TRANSSEXUALS AND "CURING" CLINICS - China | Facts and Details
The above was OT but it was necessary to prevent Cinoti and Satish 007 from recreating the Warring period from the Chinese history on DFI.
You seem to be an expert on how Indian " talk and think". As I have business dealing in India, your insightful expertise in these matters may be useful to me .Please freel free to spread your 'expertise'
Are they studying martial arts?
Yeah, I think we can safely all ignore @Ray
satish, cinoti, care to clarify what you guys were talking about? really interested. keep saying what you were saying, it seems to be putting this thread in the right direction
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