Korean invented chinese language

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whwpzy
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shameless korean

Postby whwpzy » Wed Dec 12, 2007 12:58 pm

I saw shameless people before, but I never see shameless people this much as Korean.

KongLingWei
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Postby KongLingWei » Thu Dec 13, 2007 2:59 am

Hi, Peter

I am so angry about the f**king South Koreans.

Do you believe that oral evidence speak by South Korean ? If you were not Korean, you must be nuts.

I have nothing to say about that small peninsula shit country, Just take a look at the World Map!


To all S. Koreans :

My last name is "Kong", I'm the 78th generation of Confucius. Am I offspring of South Korean ? What the f**k ~ :evil:
I am telling you , I am not your kind !

Shut up , South Korean !!!

Don't challenge the patience of all Chinese. OR, someday, without the protection of your U.S.A daddy, you will be our sub-country again.

China represent the Asian's pride. In Asia, we are the only one country who dare to say NO to U.S.A.

Not Japan and S.Korean whose army were controled by U.S.
You people are the shame of Asian.
声明:至圣先祖孔子非南朝鲜人!

本人,孔令魏,
孔子第七十八代后人之一,亦非南朝鲜人!

无耻的南朝鲜人,吾大汉天朝终灭汝等贱民!

bcyc2004
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Re: You don't know history of korea

Postby bcyc2004 » Thu Dec 13, 2007 5:07 am

mdavid35 wrote:I have no time to make a comment on your messages, but I just give you what's the history of korea documented by the careful archealogical studies.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Korea

History of Korea
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This article is about the history of Korea, through the division of Korea in 1940s. See History of North Korea and History of South Korea for the post-World War II period. See also Names of Korea.

Amitabha and Eight Great Bodhisattvas, Goryeo scroll from the 1300s.The history of Korea stretches from Lower Paleolithic times to the present.[1] The earliest known Korean pottery dates to around 8000 BC, and the Neolithic period began before 6000 BC, followed by the Bronze Age around 2500 BC. According to the legend, the first dynasty of Gojoseon was founded in 2333 BC, and it eventually stretched from the peninsula to much of Manchuria.[2] By 3rd Century BC, it was in decline and eventually broke apart, producing a multitude of successor states.

In the early Common Era, the Three Kingdoms (Goguryeo, Silla, and Baekje) along with Gaya Confederacy and Buyeo, conquered other successor states of Gojoseon and came to dominate the peninsula and much of Manchuria. They competed with each other and Chinese dynasties both economically and militarily. While Goguryeo and Baekje were more powerful for much of the era, defeating Chinese invasions several times, by the 7th century, Silla's power gradually extended across Korea and it eventually established the first unified state to cover most of Korean peninsula by 676.

This period is often called Unified Silla. Soon after the fall of Goguryeo however, former Goguryeo general Dae Joyeong led a group of Koreans to the eastern Manchuria and founded Balhae (698 AD - 926 AD) as the successor to Goguryeo. After Barhae was defeated in 926, much of its people led by the Crown Prince was absorbed into Goryeo.

Unified Silla itself fell apart in the late 9th century, giving way to the tumultuous Later Three Kingdoms period (892-936), which ended with the establishment of the Goryeo Dynasty. During the Goryeo period, laws were codified, a civil service system was introduced, and Buddhism flourished. In 1238, the Mongolian Empire invaded and after nearly thirty years of war, the two sides signed a peace treaty.



According to the legend, the first dynasty of Gojoseon was founded in 2333 BC, and it eventually stretched from the peninsula to much of Manchuria.


hum im NOT sure what is LEGEND MEANS people isnt means a nonhistorical or unverifiable story handed down by tradition from earlier times and popularly accepted as historical

if so that MEANS u gave us a NOHISTORICAL STORY U F'N LIER

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Postby bcyc2004 » Thu Dec 13, 2007 5:26 am

Japanese called Chinese characters kanji (漢字 かんじ)
Hanja or hanja-eo (한자어, 漢字語) is the Korean name for Chinese characters.

OK now let me tell u guys something about Chinese.
Han Chinese (simplified Chinese: 汉族 or 汉人; traditional Chinese: 漢族 or 漢人; pinyin: hànzú or hànrén) are an ethnic group indigenous to China and the largest single ethnic group in the world.
Han Chinese constitute about 92 percent of the population of the People's Republic of China and about 19 percent of the entire global human population. There is substantial genetic, linguistic, cultural and social diversity between its various subgroups, mainly due to thousands of years of regionalized assimilation of various ethnic groups and tribes in China.
The history of the Han Chinese ethnic group is closely tied to that of China. Han Chinese trace their ancestry back to the Huaxia, people who lived along the Yellow River in northern China. The famous Chinese historian Sima Qian's Records of the Grand Historian dates the reign of the Yellow Emperor, the legendary ancestor of Han Chinese, to 2698 BCE to 2599 BCE. Although study of this period of history is complicated by lack of historical records, discovery of archaeological sites have identified a succession of Neolithic cultures along the Yellow River. Along the central reaches of the Yellow River were the Jiahu culture (7000 BCE to 6600 BCE), Yangshao culture (5000 BCE to 3000 BCE) and Longshan culture (3000 BCE to 2000 BCE). Along the lower reaches of the river were the Qingliangang culture (5400 BCE to 4000 BCE), the Dawenkou culture (4300 BCE to 2500 BCE), the Longshan culture (2500 BCE to 2000 BCE), and the Yueshi culture.

dont you guys get it Kanji or Hanja are CREATED BY HANS CHINESE or they dont
name it HANJA or KANJI


oldest East Asian writing
Oracle bone script (Chinese: 甲骨文; pinyin: jiǎgǔwén; literally "shell bone writing") refers to incised (or, rarely, brush-written) ancient Chinese characters found on oracle bones, which are animal bones or turtle shells used in divination in ancient China. The vast majority of the bones are ox scapulae and tortoise plastrons which record the pyromantic divinations of the royal house of the late Shang dynasty, primarily at the capital of Yin (modern Anyang, Henan Province), and date from around 1200-1100 B.C.A few are from Zhengzhou and date to earlier in the dynasty, around the 16th to 14th centuries BC,while a very few date to the beginning of the subsequent Zhou dynasty.


AND
Hangeul (the Korean alphabet) was created by King Sejong in 1443. Prior to Hangeul, all of the Korean literati used the Hanja writing system, which were traditional Chinese characters with Korean pronunciation and meaning, and used a written language known as Hanmun, which was basically Classical Chinese, for official court documents. However, even with the advent of the Korean alphabet, use of Hanja and Hanmun in daily correspondence was not discontinued, with the Korean aristocracy, educated in Classical Chinese for the transcription of the Korean language, assumed condescending attitudes toward Hangeul and any kind of usage of it (as displayed by the number of pejoratives used to refer to it).
King Sejong explained that he created the new script because the Korean language was different from Chinese; using Chinese characters (known as Hanja) to write was so difficult for the common people that only the male aristocrats (yangban) could read and write fluently. (A few female members of the royal family could also do so to a certain extent). The majority of Koreans were effectively illiterate before Hangul's invention.
so if the Korean created "Chinese" why is so hard for them too learn it and they have to change it to a new one??? hum doesnt sound right?

AND one more thing

I think people who thought of "Korea Created Chinese IDEA" want to Destroy the Relationship between South/North Korea and China!
they just want us to battle they dont like the world so they thought of a Stuipd IDEA try to destroy us WAKE UP PEOPLE and STOP ARGUING

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Postby CHINA_wang » Thu Dec 13, 2007 6:13 am

人不能无耻的像高丽棒子(韩国人)!!!
ren'bu'neng'wu'chi'de'xiang'gao'li'bang'zi!!!
The person cannot the shameless picture projap koreans (South Korean)

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Postby chairmouse » Thu Dec 13, 2007 8:54 pm

1,
IF korea invented Chinese character which is an hieroglyphic writing, why they switch to an alphabetic writing?Did korea also invent some drug or poison whick made themselves insane cause the chemical action to their brain?

2,
Is there any ancient books about korea has 9600 history which written in Chinese charater? obvious no.
if korea really invented Chinese character why they has not used it to record any history before they switch to alphabetic language.

3,
If somebody insist that Chinese people has some inner relationship with korea, I would say X thousand ago, there were some chinese people flea from China, probably because they lost a war or did not want to be slaves of slave holder.

than, those Chinese people bring Chinese character to korea when korean did not have character for their language.that is why many years ago they invented their language, because they thought they should have their
own character otherwise it is like a shame.
4,
Today, when West countries begin to learn Chinese and Japanese, korea people feel bad, because their calture can not influence the world as their economy. and their country is protecting by a foreign troop now.

They think they should have a influence on calture an military affairs to the world. So they pretend the inventor of the most influential Asian language, which is chinese.

this is really funny.

5,
I suggest korea also to pretend USA soldiers have korea blood, so korea people will be the strongest race in the world.

I am waiting for this laughy.haha!!!

mdavid35
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History of East Asia

Postby mdavid35 » Tue Mar 04, 2008 2:37 am

Once koguryo dominated North east Asia reigion. It's really a pride of Korea history. Korea was a ancient Rome of North East Asia. Shandong Peninsula (Confucius' born there), and Manchuria formed one unified state sharing one common culture of superiority. China often neglects what Korean contributed to their history, and culture. Without korea, china today could not exist. and shame to all chinese ultra-nationalists.

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mdavid35
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Postby mdavid35 » Thu Mar 06, 2008 12:29 am

KongLingWei wrote:Hi, Peter

I am so angry about the f**king South Koreans.

Do you believe that oral evidence speak by South Korean ? If you were not Korean, you must be nuts.

I have nothing to say about that small peninsula shit country, Just take a look at the World Map!


To all S. Koreans :

My last name is "Kong", I'm the 78th generation of Confucius. Am I offspring of South Korean ? What the f**k ~ :evil:
I am telling you , I am not your kind !

Shut up , South Korean !!!

Don't challenge the patience of all Chinese. OR, someday, without the protection of your U.S.A daddy, you will be our sub-country again.

China represent the Asian's pride. In Asia, we are the only one country who dare to say NO to U.S.A.

Not Japan and S.Korean whose army were controled by U.S.
You people are the shame of Asian.


Gija was a relative of King Zhou of Shang Dynasty, and after King Wu of Zhou subjugated King Zhou of Shang, Gija led the Shang clan of 5000 people, ran away to a Korean peninsula, and stayed west of Liao River and became a part of the nation called Beonjoseon extending from western Manchuria to the whole of the Shandong region. The majority of Shang people stayed in the west of Zhou, and Song. Confucius will naturally be descendants of Korea (BeonJoseon) because Confucius is a descendant of the Song clan.

mdavid35
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Goguryeo, the forgotten history

Postby mdavid35 » Fri Mar 07, 2008 12:15 am


Lamda
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The differentia

Postby Lamda » Sat Aug 22, 2009 3:42 am

Which one is the differentiation between Chinese radicals and Hanji in regards Kanji and Hageul ?

Gimme some comprehensive examples

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Re: Korean invented chinese language

Postby 9次特快 » Wed Sep 02, 2009 5:50 pm

棒子脑残,不予理会 但又不得不说两句

想请教下棒子们,你们不是千方百计地搞什么“去汉字化”么?既然不想要怎么又千方百计地想要拉拢呢?

最近你们的KTX怎么连“防水”和“放水”都不分,本来需要添加防水材料的枕木却加入吸水材料导致近百公里的铁路推倒重来。现在知道没有汉字不好过了,就想捡回来了,真实不要脸。哦,对了,你们根本就没有脸。

想当婊子还想立贞节牌坊

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Re: Korean invented chinese language

Postby thamoskuk9 » Sat Sep 05, 2009 7:14 am

Chinese language and Korean langauge


Dear All,

Rationally speaking, the fact may be like this:

* Korean originally had their own language, which was independent from Chinese language.

* During Tang Dynasty of China, Korean adopted Chinese characters in their language.

* At some stage of recent centuries, Korean removed Chinese characters from their language again.

It is not a rare thing in anthropology that different tribes' culture influence each other. The Han tribe Chinese itself has a mixture of many tribes' culture. For example, Buddhism was not from China but was brought to China by those minority tribes that lived in Xi-yu, or the western regions, which are the current Xinjiang and mid-asia. However, it became one of the main religion of whole China.

As for Chinese language, from its several thousands years of history, it should be said as originated from China instead of from Korea.

As an anthropological fact, many Asian languages have adopted some Chinese characters. It seemed that the Chinese did not colonize them to force this, but that they proactively went to China to learn Chinese culture by themselves during China's Tang dynasty, which was about 1000 years ago.

You can see a lot of Chinese characters in Japanese language. Additionally, the current Japanese culture is nearly a full copy of China's Tang Dynasty culture including its architecture, clothing, food etc.

Vietnamese language also adopted Chinese characters. Then when being occupied by French, I think they made the language latinized.

I actually have found that Koreans are systematically claiming their cultural independence from Chinese culture. It might because when China's economy is fast developing they feel threatened.

The aggressive gesture of China comes from China's governing regime which is still a Communist regime like the former Soviet Union. China's aggressiveness does not come from Chinese culture itself. It is a residue of the confrontation between the Communist camp and the free world camp during Stalin and Mao's time.

The Chinese culture itself is very peaceful and non-aggressive. So take it easy.mike
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Re: Korean invented chinese language

Postby thamoskuk9 » Sat Sep 05, 2009 8:14 am

As an anthropological fact, many Asian languages have adopted some Chinese characters. It seemed that the Chinese did not colonize them to force this, but that they proactively went to China to learn Chinese culture by themselves during China's Tang dynasty, which was about 1000 years ago.

You can see a lot of Chinese characters in Japanese language. Additionally, the current Japanese culture is nearly a full copy of China's Tang Dynasty culture including its architecture, clothing, food etc.

Vietnamese language also adopted Chinese characters. Then when being occupied by French, I think they made the language latinized.

I actually have found that Koreans are systematically claiming their cultural independence from Chinese culture. It might because when China's economy is fast developing they feel threatened.

The aggressive gesture of China comes from China's governing regime which is still a Communist regime like the former Soviet Union. China's aggressiveness does not come from Chinese culture itself. It is a residue of the confrontation between the Communist camp and the free world camp during Stalin and Mao's time.

The Chinese culture itself is very peaceful and non-aggressive. So take it easy.
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Re: Korean invented chinese language

Postby Lamda » Sat Sep 05, 2009 3:03 pm

Honorable Gentlemen ,

I am watching your nice qurelling chat via those pages very carefully .
Needles to say that some of us tend to agree that the ancient Korea should have established a great Empire much before Silla's one . ( I have also noted those peculiar published maps ,which include half of Japan ,also a big part of Mantchuria etc as having being parts of an ancient Korean Empire .It is very impressive . But, who has been the introducer of them ? Please,do Give us some further cartographer's details ;in particular, some researchers' names, any officially approved Institute's name , college or University etc )

I have also to submit a query to all of you ,for instance.
1. Which one has been the ancient Korean way of both oral and written languange ,before Silla 's ? It could have not been some signals of Fume, of course !
2. There are 24 + plus 2 voiceless characters in Modern Hangeul,which tends to finally present 25 plus 1 voiceless one ,rather. . However ,Hangeul had had 28 through a previous approval of 32 ones ,initially .
The numerical correlations in regards the number 2 & 3 are very important for some strange linguistics ( e.g Soem signs in a super advanced biology )-(What is this ? )
In addition, what does it mean some peculiar petroglyphs have dated some strange letters since 1600 a.C ; to which no one has hardly attempted enough to provide any info in regards that peculiar date in 2333 AC -or to publish a certain work of what they did mean ,really ?
Which has been the method of calculating the era of those peculiar petroglyphs ,also who has been the main official scientific group of researchers ,etc ?
Perhaps,something much significantly important is expected to be extracted form all that provided info. For the peculiar ancient Sino-Korean radicals are already being known in all over the world ,you see.
Some of us are investigating their origin also the ecrypted message by an extremly angular way .
Whether those radicals represent a Chinese or a Korean invention in origin ,it represents the less hypothesis to make us being interested for something much bigger than what is being faced, by all respect .

I represent a foreigner,also an investigator of the so called Sino Korean radicals . Th only I could inform you is as following .
There is a peculiar numerical relationship between the 64 Hexagrams of I -Ching and the 256 characters of ancient Hanjiway's alpahabet .
Perhaps, it might reflect at the entire humanity .

Finally,why all Korean English Dictionaries have adopted only 240 characters instead of 256 ? - or even 214,sometimes!
How do the Korean lingustic centers agree for something like that ? Don't they know their cultural legacy ? - I wonder !

Best regards to all of you,
LAMDA

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Re: Korean invented chinese language

Postby Lamda » Thu Jul 08, 2010 1:03 pm

July, 8- 2010
It seems that no one of the honorable gentlemen likes to provide any info about those Korean petroglyphs , reported as belonging to some ruins in written(KOREA) originated from 36 centuries ,ago.

In addition ,none of them would like to explain why the ancient Hanji ( known as the SINO KOREAN writing way ) used to present 256 alphabetic characters in regards 214 ones, in present time.

I wonder ! :!:


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