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This post was edited by jiayangguizi8 at 2012-11-23 20:12|
People have names other than English outside of China. For example, you have Korean, Japanese, Thai, Filipino, Indian, Native American, Nigerian, South African, Iranian, Mozambican, Australian Aborigine, Jewish, French, Greek, German, Swedish, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Ukrainian, Malagasian, Zulu, Danish, Kazhak, Senegalese, Basque, Armenian, Polish and so on.
So no, the world outside of China isn't anglophone and isn't another colony of the UK. And it's utterly ridiculous for people to seek an English name for themselves when they are learning the language. A French who goes to Greece to learn Greek doesn't adopt a Greek name, and vice versa (no matter how complicated and horrible Greek names sound)