why Korean people like to steal Chinese invention?

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hannu
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why Korean people like to steal Chinese invention?

Postby hannu » Wed Oct 25, 2006 10:02 am

It is a warning that South Korean people began to steal Chinese ancient inventions and say it's their own.

It is well known that South Korea is always a joke in east Asia. Concerning economic, South Korean is far behind Japan. Concerning culture, South Korea is a small role in front of great China. That's why South Korean people are always not confident with their own country. That's why Korean people are in a hurry to steal Chinese ancient great inventions and say it's their own these years.

Dragon Boat Festival is a very traditional Chinese festival, and spread to Korean thousand years ago. But now South Korean says it is their own tradition and has applied it in United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

South Korea is planning to change the name of Chinese Traditional Medicine into Korean Traditional Medicine and apply it in UNESCO as their own tradition. Even South Korean claims that the ancient Chinese medical scientist Li Shi Zhen is from Korea!

There are more stories. Kong Zi is the beginner of Chinese ancient and modern idea system, and he is a symbol of Chinese old culture. But now South Korean intends to steal him as the ancestor of Korea to prove their "great" culture.

It is widely known that printing is one of the most important ancient inventions of China. It has pushed greatly the human civilization forward. The inventor is the famous Chinese ancient scholar Cai Lun. But what is unbelievable is that South Korea has built a museum of printing's invention and insists that printing was developed in Korea. Even they offer free visit to foreign guests.

Now it's time for South Korea to "claim" they invented Chinese characters. Chinese characters were developed in China for more than 6000 years. Its original version was invented by Chinese Cang Jie according to many history records. Chinese characters were borrowed by Korea to develope their own language. But they didn't use Chinese characters directly as their official language because Chinese characters can't fit the Korean pronounciation at all. Then Chinese characters quit Korean society gradually. But Japanese are still using Chinese characters well. It is ridiculous that South Korea people say they invented Chinese characters which they are not using and can't be adopted to their society.

These are not all, but they already give us a warning that South Korea has begun to steal Chinese ancient inventions in a systematic way as a source of their confidence.

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It is not stealing, actually it is robbery

Postby Richard » Wed Oct 25, 2006 11:39 am

OK, we just say Korea invented everything, and created everything. sounds like the God? Oh, my god.
They can fabricate a story, but cannot make the history. Korea is not necessary to play like a clown because its rapid economy development speed has enough reasons to make it feel self-proud and enough to receive more respects. No one will laugh at Korea for its lack of traditions or history, but people will do laugh at it for distorting history and fabricating history.
Korea, could you please stop robbery of cultures? That's very ridiculous and clownish, isn't it?

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Postby onlyonechina » Wed Oct 25, 2006 11:41 am

Because they have the greed like Japanese!!!!!
China should be stronger or like this will be mor

hannu
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Postby hannu » Wed Oct 25, 2006 1:05 pm

I really hope South Korea won't continue fabricating the history and old traditions. Othiswise, they will lose all of the final reputation and become a laughing stock in the world.

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Postby Bruce Lee » Sun Oct 29, 2006 3:57 am

Hello everyone! Let's have a look about this ,and discuss about it:ImageImageImageThis is the capitl of corea ! Let's have a look!! I do not know how to say it's name in english ,but I can translat the name in chinese to you: city of china!!!!
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Postby xieza » Fri Feb 09, 2007 12:34 pm

Bruce Lee wrote:Hello everyone! Let's have a look about this ,and discuss about it:ImageImageImageThis is the capitl of corea ! Let's have a look!! I do not know how to say it's name in english ,but I can translat the name in chinese to you: city of china!!!!
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Well, dude, I can expect what your pics look like.
One of them is:
During the Song Dynasty, there weren't Liao or Qidan. Goryeo occupied the whole of Korea, Japan, all of China north of Changjiang... Goryeo even extended to present-day Manchuria, Russian southeastern flanks, Tibet, etc.

That's how arrogant yet diffident some stupid people are.

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Postby chairmouse » Thu Dec 13, 2007 9:47 pm

Korean lost their confident when they invented their own character 1000 year after China.

Korean lost their confident agian when Chinses economy exceed Korea economy recently.

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Postby CHINA_wang » Thu Dec 13, 2007 11:09 pm

Because the Korean own culture but have not wanted to payattention by the others
因为高丽棒子没有自己的文化 但想被别人关注
yin wei gao li bang zi mei you zi ji de wenhua ,dan zong xiang bei ren guan zhu.

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Warning: Warning

Postby sigma6 » Fri Apr 04, 2008 1:22 am

This is in response to the original poster of this thread. I have a VERY strong and sneaking suspicion that the person is a Japanese troll. I have noticed that there are several very well organized anti-Korean sites that have no doubt been set up by extremely far right, WELL FUNDED Japanese groups, including large corporations such as Panasonic and Sony. It's strange and scary that they spend a lot of energy into this sort of effort. The question is why?

Having lived in Japan, I was and still am amazed at the amount of power and influence the Japanese right wing have in Japan. This extreme right wing sentiment is not only deeply rooted in the LDP (ruling political party), but is increasingly finding flavor with the wider population.

IN general the Japanese deeply feel that their culture is unique. Let me re-count only some of my interesting experiences. Upon arrival to Japan I discovered from several gaijins*laowai that during the boom times of the 80's the Japanese government petitioned the UN to set up a separate racial category exclusively for the Japanese. Hence changing the classification from Asian to Japanese. I found it funny, but it turned out to be true. Others revolve around conversations with the Japanese themselves. Its a fact that a few Roman soldiers wandered into parts of Eastern China and lived and mingled with the local population. There are remains of this small settlement. A couple of Japanese girls were saying how this is fact that Chinese culture was spawned by the Romans. I argued that there is nothing in Chinese, as far as I know, that hints of Roman influence on Chinese culture. They insisted it to be true since they saw it on Japanese documentary. On a different occasion during a discussion with some other Japanese, they were very proud of the fact that on a pattern on a kimono closely resembled a pattern found in France. This kimono pattern in grandly displayed in a museum and was used by this group as an exampled to strongly imply that Japanese is NOT related in any way to Chinese culture.

The point I am try to make is that you will NOT find these sorts of beliefs among Koreans. Conversations with Koreans show that they acknowledge that Korean culture was heavily influenced by China. One has to wonder The statements made by the original poster SHOULD be taken with more than a grain of salt and a HEALTHY DOSE of SUSPICION as to his*her*their motivation.

I DON'T want to make this into some 'anti' this or 'pro' that post, but there is in Japan a deep sense of gloom about her eventually being overtaken by China. This gloom is deepened further by Korean companies having overtaken once dominant sectors held by Japan (ships, chips, t.v.).

I very seldom post anything and hope that this rather long post will shed some light on the MOTIVATIONS behind such posters.

P.S. Remember that the right wing has A LOT of influence and power in Japanese society. Consider the motivation behind these well WELL FUNDED organizations.


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SONY PANASONIC

Postby sigma6 » Fri Apr 04, 2008 1:55 am

I should clarify the first paragraph of my previous post. I did not mean to imply that Sony, Panasonic or any other Japanese corporation posted the original message. But it is true that such corporations DO fund right wing organizations. This may turn into a rant :( The right wing wearing they brown military uniforms, fake beards and waving their battle flags, openly and frequently cruise the streets of Japan yelling into horns denouncing China, Korea and whoever they feel is a threat to them. Usually the voice is of a woman, go figure. You can see them on smaller streets in black vans and long convoys of very large double decker type buses cruising the main throughfares of city centers. I've seen this at least once a week. It really slows down traffic!

The extreme right wing in Japan is akin to neo-nazis in the west, except they are very well funded.

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Re: Warning: Warning

Postby mdavid35 » Sun Apr 06, 2008 11:04 pm

sigma6 wrote:This is in response to the original poster of this thread. I have a VERY strong and sneaking suspicion that the person is a Japanese troll. I have noticed that there are several very well organized anti-Korean sites that have no doubt been set up by extremely far right, WELL FUNDED Japanese groups, including large corporations such as Panasonic and Sony. It's strange and scary that they spend a lot of energy into this sort of effort. The question is why?

Having lived in Japan, I was and still am amazed at the amount of power and influence the Japanese right wing have in Japan. This extreme right wing sentiment is not only deeply rooted in the LDP (ruling political party), but is increasingly finding flavor with the wider population.

IN general the Japanese deeply feel that their culture is unique. Let me re-count only some of my interesting experiences. Upon arrival to Japan I discovered from several gaijins*laowai that during the boom times of the 80's the Japanese government petitioned the UN to set up a separate racial category exclusively for the Japanese. Hence changing the classification from Asian to Japanese. I found it funny, but it turned out to be true. Others revolve around conversations with the Japanese themselves. Its a fact that a few Roman soldiers wandered into parts of Eastern China and lived and mingled with the local population. There are remains of this small settlement. A couple of Japanese girls were saying how this is fact that Chinese culture was spawned by the Romans. I argued that there is nothing in Chinese, as far as I know, that hints of Roman influence on Chinese culture. They insisted it to be true since they saw it on Japanese documentary. On a different occasion during a discussion with some other Japanese, they were very proud of the fact that on a pattern on a kimono closely resembled a pattern found in France. This kimono pattern in grandly displayed in a museum and was used by this group as an exampled to strongly imply that Japanese is NOT related in any way to Chinese culture.

The point I am try to make is that you will NOT find these sorts of beliefs among Koreans. Conversations with Koreans show that they acknowledge that Korean culture was heavily influenced by China. One has to wonder The statements made by the original poster SHOULD be taken with more than a grain of salt and a HEALTHY DOSE of SUSPICION as to his*her*their motivation.

I DON'T want to make this into some 'anti' this or 'pro' that post, but there is in Japan a deep sense of gloom about her eventually being overtaken by China. This gloom is deepened further by Korean companies having overtaken once dominant sectors held by Japan (ships, chips, t.v.).

I very seldom post anything and hope that this rather long post will shed some light on the MOTIVATIONS behind such posters.

P.S. Remember that the right wing has A LOT of influence and power in Japanese society. Consider the motivation behind these well WELL FUNDED organizations.


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Silly, you have no idea about korean history.You have to know
that real Korean history books were burned by japanese imperialists during 1910-1945. (over 200,000 books were burned officially). Japs took all books and remains to Japan and faked most of Korean history to justify invasion to Asia and Korea. This is absolutely crime and sin. They never apologize this yet. They made Korean history limited to Korean peninsula. You have to know that. This is current Korean history. many Koreans try to recover again!

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Postby benji145 » Fri Jul 11, 2008 2:55 am

It seems south korea stealing some histories not only from china but also from the whole world. I've heard that they said Sakyamuni is Korea, I don't know if it is just a joke or not, if it is true, they are so absurd.

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Postby hamihaha » Wed Aug 06, 2008 6:28 pm

Why are the Chinese so arrogant with their Korean neighbours?
You both share a lot in common no?

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Postby korean1 » Wed Aug 20, 2008 2:32 am

sigma6 is absolutely right. The Japanese are trying to play the Chinese and Koreans like puppets and making them fight. China do not fall for it. The japs will always be hopeless criminals and need to be kept on a leash. We all know this..

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Re: why Korean people like to steal Chinese invention?

Postby EL_kay » Tue Sep 08, 2009 4:46 am

are you kidding. you're communist. that's the funniest thing in the world. You sound like a nazi yelling bout how terrible the jews are.


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