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Thread: No Chinese, No Interview
05-16-2004, 01:20 PM #69Originally Posted by yanpok
05-16-2004, 02:10 PM #70
What's more the Chinese newpapers in Malaysia carry pages and pages of comments of Li but there is none in the Star or NST? Only snide remarks.
05-16-2004, 07:37 PM #71Originally Posted by Bbn
05-16-2004, 07:45 PM #72Originally Posted by Adel
PS I don't think you sound retarded Adel, defensive maybe.
05-16-2004, 08:39 PM #73
-Originally Posted by viver
05-16-2004, 09:40 PM #74Originally Posted by Bbn
05-29-2004, 08:13 AM #75
sorry i am late in giving comments, but i just wanna tell about my personal experience with li yongbo.
i am a chinese myself, but i can't speak chinese cos i have been living in indonesia all my life. people say that chinese people are nice to fellow chinese, but not in li yongbo case.
i've seen him, i've talked to him (oh let's correct it -- i've tried to talk to him) and yes..i think he's one super arrogant coach. i am sorry if any of you get offended by me saying this, but that's just how i felt during TC/UC
maybe it's only my opinion, maybe other journalists think other way but i personally think he's arrogant.
he once held a press conference and all the journalists have flocked into the pressroom. but he said the presscon was only for chinese journalists cos he would be speaking in chinese...?? well ok..some malaysian journalists also spoke chinese but they were not allowed in the room either. it was mad, many journalists were angry (including foreign journalists) and lindsay bell (from IBF) had to talk with li yongbo. finally after that..we were allowed to go inside the press conference room.
that's one of my bad experience with him
05-29-2004, 10:31 PM #76
I think I have a solution how to cure Li of his illness.
Get him to stay in Jakarta for 2 years, subject him to the fear, discrimation
and intimidation of living in Soth East Asia and make him feel 2nd class.
Dont allow him to speak his own language,or practise his own culture and
heritage, then he'll slowly get to know how to accomodate other people
and bend easily to the will of other aggressive people.
Better still convince him to change the mentality of other Chinese, Japanese
etc when he returns home so that East Asian people will learn to behave
more like South East Asians, be less competitive and be well liked everywhere they go.
Maybe he will even scream slogans like " Malaysia Boleh" or " Maju Indonesia"
when he returns home!
05-30-2004, 02:36 AM #77
hahahaha yeaaaaaaah that will teach him LOL
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