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1) I don't agree with the quote posted in the first thread. It is really stupid and insecure. And I don't think it represents majority of Chinese. And it acutally sounds very sarcarstic. So I am just laughing at it. |
2) Stop raining on their parade.- I am glad to see Chinese are proud of themselves, especially proud of the success of the game. And it is really rude to pick on China or Chinese people under the mask of "constructive critism". Imagin your kid just got a good mark from school and your so proud and excited. Then your neighboure came over saying:"mmm....I wonder how your kid did it? Did your kid cheat? No? Did you let you kid out at all? Did you imprisoned your kid for the exam? Is that really your kid? Why r u so excited? You still have a lot of medical bill to pay! Your house needs a new roof...I am going to say whatever I want to make you feel like crap!" A lot of comments in the forum are just darn rude. From what I read from other threads, Chinese people are quiet aware exsiting domestic issues. So let them celebrate for the success and solve their own issues later. It is not my business to interfer.
3) Friendly discussion is positive. Argument is pointless, especially when both sides have made up their minds on not changing opinions. At these point, people are not arguing over the whatever topic anymore, they are defending themselves of being right. Most people hate the feeling of realizing "I am wrong, or I wasn't right" so much that they will fight tooth and nail to defend themselves, conciously or unconciously. If a discussion comes to this point, please make sure you are representing yourself, not the country you come from.
4) Remeber, freedom of speech gives your right to express your opinion, and also gives other people rights to express their opinions. However, opinions don't equal to facts. Even facts are not the same with truth. So be careful when saying things like:" I saw, I heard, I read, I expericed....."