a boy come from china

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    Cool a boy come from china

    hello everyone!
    first i must say thanks.i am new to cboard,i am new to c.i come from china.

    i like c .i am glad to join the cboard. glad to make new friends。
    if you think i can do sthing for you,just send e-mail to me。for example:you want to learn chiniese ,i want to learn English,so we help learn teghter。
    mail:lushize@yahoo.cn
    大家好!
    首先我得说一声谢谢。很荣幸能加入cboard,我是一个c语言初学者,不久的从前我刚刚敲出自己的“he llo world”。我很喜欢c语言,但我发现一个人学习起来很困难,通过Google发现的这个地方,很不错。 大家很好,很热情,一个小时前问了一个问题,很快便有两人回到——这在国内论坛上很少见到,特别是对比较弱 智的问题。(i need say Thanks to adak and obelisk。)这里学习氛围很好。
    我来自有五千年文明的中国。这里有长城,故宫,兵马俑,水立方,鸟巢,孔子,老子,墨子,长江 ,黄河,泰山 ~~很乐意向您介绍我的祖国母亲,当然也欢迎你到中国来。我现在是一名本科生,学校在千年帝都牡丹花城—— 洛阳。
    希望能在cboard认识新的朋友,学习新的知识。我的邮箱是lushize@Yahoo.cn,若觉得我 这人值得交,可邮件联系。
    用英文怕南辕北辙,只好用母语了。
    谢谢!

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    hi lyuyangke , this is Fai from Hong Kong, nice to meet you.

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    hello Fai ! nice to meet you too! do you use the QQ ,my QQ is 947935781.
    你会用汉语吗?那样交流更更方便些。哈哈

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    maybe Fai does not understand simplifed chinese..
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    Yeah. I too am more into complicated chinese.
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    My boyfriend's Chinese and he's teaching me Mandarin and Kantonese, I really want to be fluent in them, because come on people, have you seen not only the statistics, but the Chinese National Day Parade '99 and '09? These guys are going to take us the hell over. He's right in front of me on his mac, studying for his med school classes, and I have to take speed to take in the amount of knowledge he does and be able to spit it out on paper when asked. Bastards putting me out of a job. :P
    '99 parade: YouTube - Chinese Military Parade

    Anyways, "NeeHow", luoyangke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xterria View Post
    My boyfriend's Chinese and he's teaching me Mandarin and Kantonese, I really want to be fluent in them, because come on people, have you seen not only the statistics, but the Chinese National Day Parade '99 and '09? These guys are going to take us the hell over. He's right in front of me on his mac, studying for his med school classes, and I have to take speed to take in the amount of knowledge he does and be able to spit it out on paper when asked. Bastards putting me out of a job. :P
    '99 parade: YouTube - Chinese Military Parade

    Anyways, "NeeHow", luoyangke
    "NeeHow"? You mean that "hello" ? it is "你好" in chinese.
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    Somehow I just don't feel threatened by a country that still has famines and uses primitive language features like pictographs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abachler View Post
    Somehow I just don't feel threatened by a country that still has famines and uses primitive language features like pictographs.
    Chinese...primitive? What a shallow and arrogant POW, especially considering the glaring simplicity of your own native language compared to chinese!

    Quote Originally Posted by http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_language#Written_Chinese
    Chinese characters evolved over time from earlier forms of hieroglyphs. The idea that all Chinese characters are either pictographs or ideographs is an erroneous one: most characters contain phonetic parts, and are composites of phonetic components and semantic radicals. Only the simplest characters, such as ren 人 (human), ri 日 (sun), shan 山 (mountain), shui 水 (water), may be wholly pictorial in origin. In 100 CE, the famed scholar Xǚ Shèn in the Hàn Dynasty classified characters into six categories, namely pictographs, simple ideographs, compound ideographs, phonetic loans, phonetic compounds and derivative characters. Of these, only 4% were categorized as pictographs, and 80–90% as phonetic complexes consisting of a semantic element that indicates meaning, and a phonetic element that indicates the pronunciation. Generally, the phonetic element is more accurate and more important than the semantic one.[citation needed] There are about 214 radicals recognized in the Kangxi Dictionary.
    Also, for an American to criticize another country for not taking care of some of their citizens (e.g. famine), is hipocrisy at it's very worst. Clarity comes, first and foremost from looking inwards!

    And a bit more inwards.

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    Number of deaths: 2,426,264
    Death rate: 810.4 deaths per 100,000 population
    Life expectancy: 77. 7years
    Infant Mortality rate: 6.69 deaths per 1,000 live births
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    In some large cities, such as Beijing and Shanghai, the infant mortality rate has dropped to 5.05 per 1,000, a rate mirrored in some of the most medically advanced countries.
    Also, consider this, the US is the only western country that still uses capital punishment...something which China is also infamous for.

    Compared to many other places in the world, your country is embarassingly primitive and for you to call China primitive just goes to show your ignorance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo1 View Post
    Chinese...primitive? What a shallow and arrogant POW, especially considering the glaring simplicity of your own native language compared to chinese!
    Do not confuse simplicity with simplistic. There are technical reasons why a phonetic writing system is far superior to a pictographic system. Assuming Chinese is a more complex language just because it uses a separate symbol for each word is the truly naive view, it makes the language far less flexible and extensible.

    And we don't run over our students with tanks or outlaw religions, or harvest organs from convicted criminals, or kill female babies to ensure the family name will be passed on, or etc etc etc.
    Last edited by abachler; 11-02-2009 at 07:43 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abachler View Post
    Do not confuse simplicity with simplistic. There are technical reasons why a phonetic writing system is far superior to a pictographic system. Assuming Chinese is a more complex language just because it uses a separate symbol for each word is the truly naive view, it makes the language far less flexible and extensible.
    Of these, only 4% were categorized as pictographs, and 80–90% as phonetic complexes consisting of a semantic element that indicates meaning, and a phonetic element that indicates the pronunciation.


    4% of the language is categorized as being pictographs. So tell me, is that a remnant from the past, or is it indicative of chinese people being inferior?
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    I said nothing of the Chinese people being inferior, only their culture. For all its flaws, America does at least keep its people fat and well, not exactly happy, but not angry enough to rebel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abachler View Post
    I said nothing of the Chinese people being inferior, only their culture. For all its flaws, America does at least keep its people fat and well, not exactly happy, but not angry enough to rebel.
    I think you are very wrong in drawing a parallel between chinese culture, and the totalitarian and genocidal government currently in power. China is the worlds oldest civilization, and chinese is the worlds oldest written language system.

    America as we know it is less than one tenth the age of the chinese civilization, and the language that you call your own originated thousand of miles from America, yet you have the audacity to mock the chinese language and culture.

    You are a clear cut example of why America has grown so unpopular many places in the world! Arrogance and ignorance shall be the death of us all, long before terrorism and drugs.
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    Lets not get this thread closed, people...

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    I said nothing of the Chinese people being inferior, only their culture. For all its flaws, America does at least keep its people fat and well, not exactly happy, but not angry enough to rebel.
    America grows weaker by the minute, and I am sad to say that being American myself. I am a fairly patriotic person. I love my country and the principles it stands for, but there is a massive rift in this nation that has been growing larger and larger over the past 10 years, and it has only gotten even larger in recent months. America is at its weakest point that it has been since the Civil War, in my opinion, and not just because of the economy. In fact, I believe the economy is only a very small aspect of it all.
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