any body like Chinese related thing? food or what ever

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would you guys like to say something about China in your eyes?

or something you like about China
  • Profile picture of the author zj2431
    l would like to hear everyone's opnion as a Chinese.
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  • Profile picture of the author Deveron Hilgers
    Chinese takeaway is really nice
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    • Profile picture of the author capshats
      Originally Posted by Scylin View Post

      Chinese takeaway is really nice

      Great thanks ~
      I offer you others except takeaway
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  • Profile picture of the author g4r3th
    I love chinese food, very tasty.
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  • Profile picture of the author bravo75
    Nothing springs to mind. Not even the women. Wait, Chinese gardens are pretty groovy.
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  • Profile picture of the author TLTheLiberator
    I'll have some of the generals' chicken!


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  • Profile picture of the author seasoned
    I like P.F. changs!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author bravo75
    There is one big thing that disturbs me about the Chinese. I have lived and worked around the world and have met a lot of people from different countries on my travels. I have drank with Mexicans, Americans, Irish, Canadians, Germans, Russians etc., etc.... Just about every nationality imaginable.

    However, I have never, in my 38 years on this planet had the pleasure of sitting at a bar, downing pints and kicking the **** with a Chinese person.
    This disturbs me, I don't know why.
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    • Profile picture of the author jimbo13
      Loved Shanghai (3 years ago) and Hong Kong (10 years ago)

      Not sure about the eating habits in the former though. Seems to be if it moves it is okay to eat.

      Literally everything from insects on the ground to the birds in the sky seem to be caught and sold in the markets.

      Dan
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  • Profile picture of the author Caspir
    I like their inventions they were so fast and make everything so cheap which is in reach almost everyone.
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  • Profile picture of the author TLTheLiberator
    Bruce Lee!!


    I remember going to see 3 karate movies for a dollar on weekends.

    The fellows and I laughed our asses off.


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  • Profile picture of the author hardraysnight
    i have lived in China for several years, fascinating place.

    Too many positives, only a few negatives, none of which are insurmountable.

    To me, China is the most positive nation in the world, but that is just judged by living here.

    If it was in a book, then........
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    • Profile picture of the author capshats
      Originally Posted by oncewerewarriors View Post

      i have lived in China for several years, fascinating place.

      Too many positives, only a few negatives, none of which are insurmountable.

      To me, China is the most positive nation in the world, but that is just judged by living here.

      If it was in a book, then........
      Thank you in stand of Chinese.

      If you have chance to Qingdao. I will offer your ~delicious food.
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      • Profile picture of the author capshats
        Post some photos of my village(hometown,not the qingdao city)
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  • Profile picture of the author thunderbird
    Originally Posted by damonyeahincent View Post

    would you guys like to say something about China in your eyes?

    or something you like about China
    I like my 14-month old son. He's half Chinese, so is a Chinese related wee thing.
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  • Profile picture of the author zj2431
    looks like most are thinking highly of China,good!
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  • Profile picture of the author audrey77
    There's a lot to admire about things Chinese, I think - porcelain, painting, lion dance, martial arts, etc... And of course, the food... you have to try frog meat or pig intestines one of these days.
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    • Profile picture of the author ThomM
      Originally Posted by audrey77 View Post

      There's a lot to admire about things Chinese, I think - porcelain, painting, lion dance, martial arts, etc... And of course, the food... you have to try frog meat or pig intestines one of these days.
      We have a hunting season in NY for frogs gigging and pig intestines are called chitlins here. I've eaten both many times.
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    • Profile picture of the author capshats
      Originally Posted by audrey77 View Post

      There's a lot to admire about things Chinese, I think - porcelain, painting, lion dance, martial arts, etc... And of course, the food... you have to try frog meat or pig intestines one of these days.
      I ate frog meat in the childhood,and it reall y good taste.

      And honeybee~~snake meat~

      But there also have so many other good food/
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  • Profile picture of the author hardraysnight
    Chinese food is a meaningless generic term.

    China is a big country and the food here is regional, except for macdonalds, perish the thought

    On reflection, thought I would perish after eating there once in 2006

    Even the spell check denies its existence.
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    • Profile picture of the author capshats
      I am chinese, I think i can tell you Something about my live city Qingdao.
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  • Profile picture of the author tiwi
    I like the food and I admire their culture and heritage, very impressive!
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  • Profile picture of the author gary6854
    I like Chinese food and its Marshal Art
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  • Profile picture of the author paintingsgalore22
    I love about chinese cuisine is their noodles, dumplings, chicken feet, tofu and their beef brisket!.
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  • Profile picture of the author chienfu
    I have studied Martial arts, Chinese Kung Fu (Northern Praying Mantis Style, among others) for over 20 years and it has impacted my life in many ways. The strength of character that it can build is phenomenal. The philosophies that I use in my everyday life help me to succeed all the time. I owe a lot to China and Japan for these things.

    I interview Chinese and Japanese martial arts masters from all around the world on my podcast and the insights they offer are one of a kind, and completely unique. Many of them relate the ancient ethics of martial arts, and the warriors to todays "American Spirit" or entrepreneurial spirit. I was very excited when I recently found the "Warrior" Forum, for this reason.


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    • Profile picture of the author rally2win
      I would agree with master Chien here. Some valuable lessons could and have been taken from Japanese and Chinese arts and cultures as applied to past and current world business strategies. It seems that with the proliferation of technology and social media, focus and direction could be more easily lost into distractions from hype, controversies, or the next big thing(s). Trends such as iPads, Twitter/Facebook, Google Panda, etc. help to potentially complicate (or even muddy) what people are doing now and what should be done in the future. The bombardment of new THINGS will only grow more complex. This is not to say NEW is bad, but too much too quickly also can be detrimental - with emphasis on the "mental". Sometimes, it doesn't hurt to go back to the old Asian masters (Miyamoto Musashi, Sun Tsu, Lao Tzu, etc.) for some back-to-basics perspectives and renewal.
      For-what-it's-worth....
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      Originally Posted by chienfu View Post

      I have studied Martial arts, Chinese Kung Fu (Northern Praying Mantis Style, among others) for over 20 years and it has impacted my life in many ways. The strength of character that it can build is phenomenal. The philosophies that I use in my everyday life help me to succeed all the time. I owe a lot to China and Japan for these things.

      I interview Chinese and Japanese martial arts masters from all around the world on my podcast and the insights they offer are one of a kind, and completely unique. Many of them relate the ancient ethics of martial arts, and the warriors to todays "American Spirit" or entrepreneurial spirit. I was very excited when I recently found the "Warrior" Forum, for this reason.


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  • Profile picture of the author JustinDupre
    I love Chinese food.
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  • Profile picture of the author carlpond
    We are following Chinese culture although we are not 100% Chinese.
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    I love chinese food, Peking Duck is a favorite
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    • Profile picture of the author thunderbird
      Originally Posted by dagaul101 View Post

      I love chinese food, Peking Duck is a favorite
      I haven't had any good Beijing duck since I've been in Vancouver. Last time I had good Beijing duck was in Beijing, lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author HatKing
    I love chinese food....not the American ones..but the real chinese ones...
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  • Profile picture of the author Shilpa
    I like Chinese action movies. Its food also very yummy!!
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  • Profile picture of the author LeeLee
    I was going to say these, but it turns out they are Japanese. I still love them, though.
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  • Profile picture of the author saxatwork
    Chinese (and Japanese) traditions, medicine and martial arts... (I love India for the same reasons too)...
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  • Profile picture of the author seasoned
    If it weren't for the disparity of wealth, disparity of trade, and the distrust they have for most others(as a country), it would be NICE!

    I like a number of chinese(Like jackie chan), and trying to be chinese(Like david carradine), actors, comedians, etc... They have, as a people, done a lot of good for society. The trade and politics always has to get in and mess things up. In THEIR case, the political problems are as much internal as they are external.

    Steve
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