Discussion in 'China' started by W.G.Ewald, Sep 30, 2013.
China wants to be a great nation by coping from others
These chinese are shameless.
they even copied there facial features from japanese
Multi-millionaire builds exact replica of famous French chateau for $50million... in Beijing
Seeing double: what China's copycat culture means for architecture | Art and design | theguardian.com
years of eating creepy diet like ants, dung beetles, earthworms has forced the Chinese brain into retro mode.
any Chinese Nobel prize winner??
for rest of the world there is no respite from fake Chinese duplicates. Happy shopping
Actually, the Chinese do eat some rather 'interesting' things that others may find rather repulsive.
But then, isn't it a good thing?
In this world of food getting scare, eating everything possible maybe a thing that all will may have to get accustomed to.
And the Chinese seem to be leading the way, here too.
Yes, China has Nobel Prize Winners:
Liu Xiaobo. On 8 October 2010, the Nobel Committee awarded Liu the Nobel Peace Prize "for his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China,"
Mo Yan. On 11 October 2012, the Swedish Academy announced that Mo Yan had received the Nobel Prize in Literature for his work that "with hallucinatory realism merges folk tales, history and the contemporary". In his Award Ceremony Speech, speech, Per WÃ¤stberg explained: "Mo Yan is a poet who tears down stereotypical propaganda posters, elevating the individual from an anonymous human mass. Using ridicule and sarcasm Mo Yan attacks history and its falsifications as well as deprivation and political hypocrisy."
Dalai Lama. The 14th Dalai Lama won the Nobel Prize for "for his efforts in the struggle of the liberation of Tibet and the efforts for a peaceful resolution instead of using violence."
Indeed they are masters at copycatting. But that is how they are today where they are.
And it appears that this mode is setting the pace for themselves to do good for their country, even if someone would call it counterfeiting!
And he is currently incarcerated as a political prisoner in Jinzhou, Liaoning.
Chinese should be ashamed to show their faces on DFI let alone criticize India.
But they have no shame.
They are the famous copy cats ... ROFL
Banned in China. Or pirated!
Another reason for Chinese provocateurs to slink away from DFI.
If they had any shame.
Which they don't.
No comment really needed. All the propaganda from Chinese about Tibet, on DFI or anywhere else, just falls apart by citing this award.
I highly suspect that w.g.ewald's id is using by a different people. Someone here shares my suspicion?
Nope , it is his true face.
I don't know. He usually avoids provoking languages and stays away from India vs China discussions. He did not actively recycle old China-bashing articles, and seldomly wrote telegraph style reply which is an icon of another controversial id.
even if they make copies, those products are sold like hot cakes........not a chinese fan, but it's the truth that they have a lot of buyers
Chinese you have to give them credit in the sense that they are not always trying to re-invent the wheel like Indians do.
let's check our defence industry as proof, as Den Xiaoping said "it does not matter whether the cat is black or white so long it kills the rat it is a good cat"
there products sell like hot cakes because people doesn't know how harmful these chinese products can be.
like those cigarettes which contains 180% more nicotine,produce carbon mono-oxide and have beetles and larvas.
I could use my true face as avatar, but that might offend people.
that was for the toys, right ?so other chinese products are also like "injurious to health" ?
Are you using made in China computer, mouse, keyboard, cell phone.......?
Your health condition must be very bad now.
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