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Kale Post time: 2013-11-16 18:18
Dont give at all... We filipinos are not that bad.. Pls dont say we are going to buy gun and kill ...
It is not a good idea to learn from Uncle Sam. When I was listening to VOA, I could find it was rife with unpleasant words like 'boycott' and ‘sanctions’.
When I beheld photos of the victims of Haiyan Tsunami, I was stricken by pangs of pity and pain. Look at those innocent-looking kids. They deserve our help and if we don’t offer them helping hands, who will?
We should distinguish the common people from the Philippine government, this is to differentiate rather than discriminate. Now, it is an imperative task to ply the victims of tsunami-stricken areas with fundamental at least rudimentary relief materials. Let good human nature shine everywhere, including the land of the Philippines.
Well, few Chinese can write readable English. What I write here does not fully come from my own heart; most of the thoughts are from common Chinese, reflecting the mentality of most average Chinese. Had I known some forum members were from the Philippines, I wouldn’t have written something like that.
China now is a combination of being advanced and backward. Still in many areas, especially mountainous areas, our own kids are suffering from dearth of funds. Some of them even don’t have a pair of decent shoes and some of the schoolchildren consider having meat a month a luxury. China now is an important economic power in the world, annual income per capita is still very low in the world.
What I say is China, still a developing country, looks wealthy but actually it is not. If your government lowers its proud head and stops provocations, I’m sure most Chinese people will begin to donate their luncheon meat.