06-19-2006, 02:41 PM #52
Sport is all about peace and love yet we are bringing hate into here. Can we be more forgiving to each other?
Maybe LD did have a bad mood that day and shown disrespected to the Mals, but I donít think he really meant it. Do we still remember the wonderful story of LD during this year AE? It does prove him and the Chinese team are just as good as everybody else.
Further more, please donít turn this into a nation vs nation debate, we should be all good friends when playing on the court or off court. There are so few nations that are actually competing in badminton, and we should cherish and cheer for each other instead of hate.
06-19-2006, 04:28 PM #53
Originally Posted by EastDevil
06-19-2006, 07:20 PM #54
China's Attitude and More.
Hi everybody, it has come to my attention that alot of people have become very aggressive about the comments on the chinese. And certainly they do deserve a fair amount for the attitudes they displayed in the MO 2006. However, we can't solely judge them on this one incident alone nor should we ignore what they're trying to achieve (the best which is an unrealistic goal cuz someone is always going to be better than you). People do get frustrated, and certainly the chinese team has yet to learn some manners. Or perhaps the coaching staff have something to do with it ? Another possibility is that some of the players hasn't had enuff losing (which I think is a good experience or else you become too ignorant). In any case my point is, all this negative talk is leading to sterotyping of the chinese in general. And I believe this leads to great hostility. So before we jump to any big conclusions (which create assumptions and when you assume you make an ASS out of U and ME), lets do what Gillian Clark does, and focus on the positive points and give players the benefit of the doubt. Despite some of the serious infractions. I don't think that should require name calling, and negative comments about what they are really like inside (that hurts man). Like what Kwun said in a different thread, CALM DOWN.
PS. Yes I know Lin Dan usually shows his ugly sides in most games I've seen him in. ANd yes it is a pity since he's one of the top figures that represents badminton, but there other players from other countries that exhibit the same ego.
06-19-2006, 10:17 PM #55
Originally Posted by Angelou
I think not all the comments are not within reasons. You, too, have made your remarks here just like everybody else.
Lin Dan should learn to quell his ego from now on and maybe someone should warn him the fans are 'stirred' (I am sure someone will tell him because of our strong remarks).
06-19-2006, 11:00 PM #56
few years ago i went to the jpn open
asked photographs and pictures from a lot of top players
everyone was so friendly except the chinese
and one even say in chinese "how long must i sign? i might as well simply create a signature with just 2 strokes" to her partner.. thinking that we dun understand chinese!
and she is Zhou Mi!
what a snobbish character!
06-19-2006, 11:55 PM #57
Originally Posted by yling
hey come on, sometimes to others what china players or china people might say in chinese may hurt people's feelings but their intentions are true.
be glad that they even sign for you, players are very tired after a match and just want to return back to rest but several people kept running up to you asking for your signature or some even ask for their jerseys..
obviously if you are the player and you are damn tired i guess you will feel a little irrated..
so guys, im not saying that you cannot get a signature from them but, get it at the right time and try to understand them and put yourself in their position... thankyou
06-20-2006, 02:02 AM #58
Originally Posted by tutu_h
06-20-2006, 02:09 AM #59
SIngapore badminton hall is at Guillemard Road
take bus no.7,197 from kallang mrt then u cross the traffic light n u'll see the badminton hall's building
06-20-2006, 02:10 AM #60
wow!! its such an eye opener for me to know all these... i am not aware that some ppl hv the view or they'd experience that chinese players are snobbish...i alwiz see them in tv and my thoughts of them are always great..
hhmmpphh.. now it cause me some doubts.. i wonder when i see them again in tv..would i feel the same as like time...
06-20-2006, 05:07 AM #61
Originally Posted by X Ball
We are here to appreciate badminton, not act as players' parents. We do not dictate what they do and they would not dictate what we do.
06-20-2006, 05:29 AM #62
this thread has 5 pages just now,why now only has 4 pages?
06-20-2006, 05:35 AM #63
Originally Posted by kurama
the admin, kwun has deleted them, my last night posts were gone , i 've writen too many offtopics here
06-20-2006, 05:44 AM #64
Originally Posted by schuweiz
About the Gao Ling thing, I dunno...Maybe the time I've met her she was on specially good mood
Last edited by hara^kazuko; 06-20-2006 at 05:55 AM.
06-20-2006, 05:46 AM #65
Originally Posted by taufik-ist
06-20-2006, 06:08 AM #66
Originally Posted by kurama
06-20-2006, 06:22 AM #67
I think GaoLing is a friendly person. Smiles are always on her face. She never refuse anybody except when she have a bad mood .
06-20-2006, 06:59 AM #68
Just bear in mind that players DO NOT owe us their autographs or pictures.
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