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    Hey dave, aren't you married? :P

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    Polygamy is not a hypothesis. And, uh, secrecy is a virtue.

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    I think you are mixing polygamy with bigamy . Now now let's not get into this touchy subject .

    Quote Originally Posted by wood_22_chuck
    Polygamy is not a hypothesis. And, uh, secrecy is a virtue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    wrong, sometime love can blind u too

    just look at north amercia's divorce rate versus china, here, old fashion win out.

    ctjcad, ur getting warm
    Yeah Americans are very impulsive with these kinds of behaviors which I do not encourage but the message I was trying to convey is that parents should have an opinion and not a command to either marry or split-up if that was the case. The final decision should be two people themselves, in this case Chen & Gao, because in the end they won't be happy if the majority of the decision was not made on their behalf.

    You are right as I think there are problems between the two and NOT just because they are not just following her parent's command.

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    Aww.. I hope that this doesn't affect their game too much.. is it noticeable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishmilk

    I can also see from her parent's side. Every parent want the best for their child. An athelete in China gets paid extremely little even if you are Chen Hong or Lin Dan. The most money they make is probably any endorsements they get, but they won't get that much because badminton isn't really THAT popular in china. (At least not compared to soccer and basketball, not even close.)
    You don't need millions and millions of $ to live well in CHN. You might not live like a king, but i am sure for players like their lvl, they are guranteed a decent job (mostly coaching) / life when you consider the lower cost of living in Asia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcpoirot
    Famous baminton couple:

    Married ones:

    Alan & Susi (They already ad 1 or 2 children now)

    Sun Jun and Ge Fei

    Kim Dong Moon and Ra Kyung Min

    Couple who dates then split:

    Peter Gade & Camilla Martin

    Sigit Budiarto & Ye Zhao Ying (although this never been confirmed by both atheles but the press thought they been couple for a while)

    Chen Hong & Gao Ling
    Alan and Susi have 3 children (1 girl and 2 boys)... I noticed that Chen Hong is younger than Gao Ling, Peter is also younger than Camilla... Does it mean that girls shouldn't date younger boys?

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    boys seem to be dating older girls these days...there's a couple in Singapore that made headlines last year.....the man was 20 or 30+ while the wife....70+!!!!!!

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    but they are together for quite some time already rite? y their parents now only wanna disagree

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    Quote Originally Posted by juz_me
    but they are together for quite some time already rite? y their parents now only wanna disagree
    they've been together since they were 16 i think... not sure... but a long long time...
    i read somewhere that gao ling's mom wanted her daughter to concentrate on her study and not having a bf...
    when they met again in the national team, they became gf/bf again.

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    seem only like yesterday....
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    Last edited by Netasia; 05-02-2006 at 10:25 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Netasia
    seem only like yesterday....

    Man, your pic brought me to tears...

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    Yesterday,Chen said that the parents did not interfere with their love .

    “那个记者也太夸大事实了,简直就是乱说吗!”网络可以直接让身在日本的陈宏与朋友聊天,也可以让他看到一 篇关于他与高崚分手的报道。5月1日下午,他利用闲暇时间上网看新闻,却看到了自己与高崚分手的消息。一向 豁达的陈宏再也坐不住了,他选择了直面感情的难题。“根本就不是这么回事!”陈宏的心里充满了 慨叹与难过。

    http://www.chinabadminton.com/zhishi/20065282020.asp

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    ... What exactly is going on in the middle picture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike89
    ... What exactly is going on in the middle picture?
    That phantom, disembodied hand definitely looks spooky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markchan
    Didint know that CH and GL were dating. Seems there are many pairs (past and present) in the badminton world. Of course, the famous one that comes to mind is Alan and Susi....wonder how they are getting on now??
    alan and susy have a hapy family , they have 2 children

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    Quote Originally Posted by seawell
    Yesterday,Chen said that the parents did not interfere with their love .

    那个记者也太夸大事实了,简直就是乱说吗!网络可以直接让身在日本的陈宏与朋友聊天,也可以让他看到一 篇关于他与高崚分手的报道。5月1日下午,他利用闲暇时间上网看新闻,却看到了自己与高崚分手的消息。一向 豁达的陈宏再也坐不住了,他选择了直面感情的难题。根本就不是这么回事!陈宏的心里充满了 慨叹与难过。

    http://www.chinabadminton.com/zhishi/20065282020.asp


    can anyone translate??help!!! thank u in advance!!

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