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Thread: Indonesia Open 2006
03-13-2006, 04:44 AM #18Originally Posted by byelnats
That's same as why indonesian call Malaysian as "malay". Hahah... now you only know how is the feel huh?
** Malaysian = citizen of Malaysia (We have 3 majority races such as Malay, Chinese, Indian... we have different culture and religion)
** Malay = Only Malay race people. All of them are Muslim.
03-13-2006, 05:36 AM #19
I am an indonesian and i have malaysian friends of melayu or indian or chinese ethnicity who studied at the same university with me here in indonesia. As far as i can recall, we always address malaysian as "orang malaysia" never as malay. for years i never thought it was an offending nickname. But for indon terminology, it is offending. i confirm that from my malaysian friend. she said that some people in malaysia look down to indonesian people because of the large number of uneducated indonesian trying to make a living in malaysia by doing unwanted hard, dirty and dangerous jobs there. and sometimes these indonesians commit crimes in malaysia(it is a common sense that low education and economic background are factors predisposing to crime).
When people hates something or other people, it is almost natural that they come up with bad names. hey i called my enemies who used to bully me at school bad names . And that's how indonesian get their "indon" terminology.
as i said it is almost natural to call bad names but people can choose not to. It is hard but you can always resist the temptation. you see,there are good indonesian who are educated,kind, loving,and peaceful toward other people.
Thank you very much for not calling us indon.
03-13-2006, 12:41 PM #20
For the Chinese in Indonesia, I always call them as Indonesian-Chinese. Never call them Indon. But I wonder why the other country such as China, Taiwan, Hong Kong... They like to call us as Malay !!!
I have told them I am not Malay, but Malaysian-Chinese. But they seem never understand that. For them, ppl living in Malaysia will be called Malay. And ppl living in Indonesia will be called Indon.... Hahahah... they are idiot actually
03-14-2006, 02:39 AM #21
Well, I never call people from Malaysia simply as Malay. I call them Malaysian (I live in Penang once). I only call Malay to Melayu people from Singapore and that is because my friends who are Melayu people told me to refer to them as such. So, I don't think it is an offensive term.
My friends called me "Indon" when they are pissed off with me. That is how I came to know that it was a name assigned to make fun of Indonesian. I think it is better just to call people from Malaysia, Malaysian; Indonesia, Indonesian; Singapore, Singaporean. Everybody is happy .
Yeah, thank you for not calling us "Indons"
Btw, Uluh dayak, are you going to watch the Indonesian Open? I will be in Indonesia during the Indonesian Open and I plan to watch it. Too bad it is not in Jakarta
03-23-2006, 02:51 PM #22
Make sure I understand thess schedules right:
Indonesia Open : April 31st to May 4th;
Thomas Cup : April 28th to May 7th;
So why even have a Indonesia Open when most of the top players are in Japan competing Thomas Cup?
03-23-2006, 03:02 PM #23Originally Posted by Han
03-24-2006, 11:51 PM #24Originally Posted by byelnats
04-01-2006, 12:14 AM #25Originally Posted by alloh
they must called u a malaysian ,
in indonesia, chinese have become a ethnic/tribe which called tiong hoa ethnic , they are all indonesian
04-02-2006, 09:36 AM #26
i hav juz notice that indonesia open is on da same period as TC and UC???
04-10-2006, 12:35 AM #27
U r rite !! The people that born and live in Malaysia is call "Malaysian". Then the 2nd question will be, what is your race? Either Chinese, Malay, Indian ....
For me i am CHINESE !
So wrong concept to CALL people that born and live in Malaysian as "Malay".
The correct is is we are all "Malaysian". And i am CHINESE..
Originally Posted by byelnats
04-10-2006, 05:10 PM #28Originally Posted by indra
While Taufik is very good when he's on form and motivated, but lately it seems like he's not trying as hard maybe due to lack of motivation. I don't like that attitude/behavior because to me, if you are entering in a tournament, you should always try to do your best to win even if the tournament isn't a major or prestigious one. Why bother entering when you are not even going to try your best?
04-21-2006, 01:07 PM #29
I think the head to head between Taufik & WCH is 3-7.
But don't know why the IBF website just show 3-5.
04-26-2006, 03:00 AM #30
denmark, confirmed by thomas lund, will participate in indonesia open 2006.
04-26-2006, 04:39 AM #31
download double men matches
Hallo,my name is Osa, I am living in Vevey and just registered at badmintoncentral. Can someone tell me how to download double men matches ? I am preparing two double tournaments in Lausanne and Vevey/Switzerland.
04-26-2006, 05:09 AM #32Originally Posted by osahartoyo
05-21-2006, 05:44 PM #33
1st- 5th seeded in Indonesia Open
1st- 5th seeded in Indonesia Open
1. Lee Chong Wei (Malaysia-2 IBF)
2. Lee Hyun Il (Korsel-4 IBF)
3. Kenneth Jonassen (Denmark-5 IBF)
4. Bao Chunlai (Tiongkok-6 IBF)
5. Taufik Hidayat (Indonesia-12 IBF)
1. Wang Chen (Hongkong-3 IBF)
2. Xu Huaiwen (Jerman-4 IBF)
3. Mia Audiana (Belanda-5 IBF)
4. Pi Hongyan (Prancis-6 IBF)
5. Yao Jie (Belanda-7 IBF)
1. Luluk Hadiyanto/Alven Yulianto (Indonesia-6 IBF)
2. Mohd Tazari Mohd Fairuzizuan/Lin Woon Fui (Malaysia-11 IBF)
3. Gan Teik Chai/Abdul Latif Mohd Zakry (Malaysia-12 IBF)
4. Guo Zhendong/Xie Zhongbo (Tiongkok-13 IBF)
5. Ohtsuka Tadashi/Masuda Keita (Jepang-15 IBF)
1. Yang Wei/Zhang Jiewen (Tiongkok-2 IBF)
2. Lee Kyung Won/Lee Hyo Jung (Korsel-3 IBF)
3. Emms Gail/Kellogg Donna (Inggris-4 IBF)
4. Ogura Kumiko/Shiota Reiko (Jepang-9 IBF)
5. Thoungthongkam Saralee/Chankrachangwong Sathinee (Thailand-11 IBF)
1. Robertson Nathan/Emms Gail (Inggris-2 IBF)
2. Xie Zhongbo/Zhang Yawen (Tiongkok-3 IBF)
3. Lee Jae Jin/Lee Hyo Jung (Korea-4 IBF)
4. Nova Widianto/Lilyana Natsir (Indonesia-5 IBF)
5. Clark Anthony/Kellogg Donna (Inggris-7 IBF)
05-21-2006, 11:32 PM #34Originally Posted by dugz86
As for MD, good chance for Markis/Hendra and esp Luluk/Alvent to win the title. With Luluk/Alvent seeded 1st and Markis/Hendra seeded 6th, they should make the quarter-final with ease. No top pairs from China, Denmark, or Malaysia also means that the only pairs providing the challenge will be the 2 young Malaysian pairs, Guo Zhendong/Xie Zhongbo, and possibly Jung Jae Sung/Lee Yong Dae. With some luck in the draw, I hope Hendra/Joko will also make it to the quarter-final.
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