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    They defeated the best 4 pairs from INA and KOR and won the Germany Open. Do they deserve a thread?

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    yes.

    i added name translation as well to the thread title.

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    apparently, Hong wei is the hardest smasher among the Chinese team according to Fu Haifeng!

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    Thanks Kwun. Both players given names are not common in Chinese. You are very good and educated at Chinese.

    I totally agree with you Alan. Hong Wei has great potential. If they win the All England and India, they could end up with top 8 in the ranking, and also possibly replace Cai Biao/Guo Zhendong for th Olympics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2cents View Post
    Thanks Kwun. Both players given names are not common in Chinese. You are very good and educated at Chinese.
    i am just copy and pasting.

    but also interesting that both players' lastname/surname have water on it, but the given names are fueled with fire, brilliance, and glory.

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    You are right, I found that too, after you posted the name in Chinese.

    By looking at their Chinese names, I found out a very astonishing fact: both family names are water, and both given names are fire.

    "Hong Wei" means huge water with glowing fire flame

    "Shen Ye" means: deep water with glorious fire flame.

    Is this coincidence or arranged by God?

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    water and fire are the most powerful forces in nature.

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    No wonder their opponents got into hot water.

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    But chinese MD always lack of consistency, I don't think they can win back to back titles. But, I hope they prove me wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    apparently, Hong wei is the hardest smasher among the Chinese team according to Fu Haifeng!
    Yes, from what i observed in the MAS OPEN earlier this year, his smash is insanely powerful. Noticed that all of his opponent have problem retrieve his smashes well.. But then, i have no answer for their loss to the taiwan pair in the QF, which left me in awe.Maybe because of their inconsistency? Me and my buddy calls this guy 'a one shot' guy... Due to his winning smash in just 1 shot..

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    George u are the next one shot super smasher

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2cents View Post
    You are right, I found that too, after you posted the name in Chinese.

    By looking at their Chinese names, I found out a very astonishing fact: both family names are water, and both given names are fire.

    "Hong Wei" means huge water with glowing fire flame

    "Shen Ye" means: deep water with glorious fire flame.

    Is this coincidence or arranged by God?
    LYB or whoever CBA coaches that form this pair, share a part too

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    Shen Ye is TianQ's boyfriend..

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    i saw them playing at german open. hong weis smash is the dopest ****! i really enjoyed their games!

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    LOL, Chinese MD loves to play with names. Cai Yun + Fu Hai Feng = Wind + Cloud. Mere coincidence and/or superstition?

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    other ones include:

    Ge Fei / Gu Jun
    Zhang Jun / Zhang Wei

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    apparently, Hong wei is the hardest smasher among the Chinese team according to Fu Haifeng!
    That's true. 2 Years ago I watch them played against KKK and THB.. Man his smash is powerful!! He has a very good smashing technique. he is not a big guy but his ability to execute a smash that is so powerful for his size is incredible!!
    Last edited by Blurry D; 03-07-2012 at 08:19 PM.

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