Ethnic Chinese who turned Korean wins 3000m relay Gold


by Consoleman » Wed Feb 19, 2014 12:34 am

Apparently this is making sensation in Korea as she is first ever Hwagyo background (공상정) to win Gold medal for Korea, despite this was team effort since it was 3,000m short-track speed staking relay event, she was 3rd skater at the race. She is 3rd generation Hwagyo in Korea with Chinese father, who is also born and living in Korea.

http://news.chosun.com/site/data/html_d ... 00331.html

3rd generation with Korean mother ?, c'mon that's not even Chinese.

很显然,尽管这是个3000米的短距离接力赛,就因为她的华裔身份,国家开始亢奋了,她是赛事中的第三个队员。她已经是第三代,他爸是出生在韩国的中国人。 第三代了,她妈还是韩国人,算毛的华裔?

by chucky3176 » Wed Feb 19, 2014 12:42 am

It says she swapped her citizenship from being Taiwanese, since her father is a Korean born Chinese, with her grandfather being the immigrant. Culturally she's a Korean, only on paper was she Taiwanese. It also says she didn't compete for the gold medal final, she participated in the qualifying race.

And I guess taiwanese will go crazy at her and call her a gaoli bangzi traitor?! :roll:

Let them. They can't stand up to china.

都说她是放弃了台湾国籍了然后加入韩国国籍的,他爸是出生在韩国的中国人,她爷是个移民。 文化上她就是个韩国人,文件上她曾是台湾人,就介样的。她没参加金牌决赛,只是半决赛。台湾可能会暴走然后叫她高丽棒奸 哈哈

:lol: Even the US regards them as a part of China.


Postby xcreaturex100 » Wed Feb 19, 2014 5:32 am


She isn't even Hwagyo, she's half Korean-Chinese.


Postby chucky3176 » Thu Feb 20, 2014 12:59 pm

It is found out that Taiwan, twice approached this kid, trying to convince her to join the Taiwan national team. But she not only rejected them, she got the Korean citizenship. Her father is a third generation Chinese with Taiwan nationality, who is a doctor in Chuncheon city. Her mother is also a Taiwanese Chinese, so the reports that her mother is a Korean is false. Her entire family including her sister and brother are all Taiwanese, she's the only person in her family who got Korean citizenship. She said she thinks like Korean, eats Korean food only, and she never once considered herself anything but other than Korean, despite what was said on her passport.

http://article.joins.com/news/article/a ... le|default

Just as a side note, there has been a lot of ethnic Chinese with Taiwan citizenship who took up Korean citizenship lately, but most of them have been women. Why not men? Because they can avoid the military draft if they keep their Taiwan passports.



by Gaemamusa » Fri Feb 21, 2014 7:07 am

^ But she still "sees herself as a Korean and thinks like a Korean". If she ends up marrying ethnic Koreans her descendants will become assimilated i guess.


by Kobukson » Fri Feb 21, 2014 7:29 am

^ Is that a fact? So the Uyghurs who married Chinese and once thought to be Chinese is still assimilated today? How about the Yugoslavic peoples who once carried that nationality associated with themselves being an ethnic group called Yugoslavs? How did their thought of assimilation turn out? What about the once hyped, Austro-Hungarians about to become a nation that had also failed to carry on its dream to become a society. What about the Hazara peoples that were once thought to be assimilated into the middle-east Asia? We actually see the rising tears and the genocide amongst those peoples. What about the Mongol empire? Everyone residing in that empire was definitely Mongolian by nationality now weren't they?

I actually still see the groups right in the Korean peninsula claiming to be Koreans but are not. I wanted to start a topic on about them but didn't think it would be a good discussion. These groups I speak of are the descendants of the Hmong peoples brought in as rice agriculturists from hundreds of years ago currently residing in South Korea today. They infect have Korean names with the exception of the fact that they are not along the same lines of the Mongol/Tungus peoples politically and culturally. My point here is, they are still there. Even after hundreds of years. And that as long as those peoples are there, no permanent changes can be done. On the other hand, Koreans still exist right in Manchuria even to this day since thousands of years ago. Whether the Chinese peoples dominate that area or not will not affect these peoples.

你觉得是?那维吾尔嫁了中国人而且曾经也觉得她是中国人今天还会融入(这棒子不知道在说啥,我擦),那曾被认为是YUGOSLAVS的YUGOLSAVIC 人呢?他们最后融入了?那那些曾经牛掰过的匈牙利人(这丫不懂把匈奴和匈牙利搞混了)最后却2了呢?那HAZARA人最后融入到了中东里了?实际上我们看到的是对这些人的种族屠杀。蒙古帝国呢,在那个帝国存在过的人都肯定是蒙古人是吧?(讽刺)


Re: Ethnic Chinese who turned Korean wins 3000m relay Gold

batman07 wrote:

Ultimately people who stay in Korea will get assimilated.


Postby JetBlue » Fri Feb 21, 2014 6:58 pm

chinese are well known for not assimilating though....why do you think there are so many chinatowns around

can a parasite assimilate into what it feeds on??



Kobukson » Sat Feb 22, 2014 9:04 pm

^ Northern Chinese isn't exactly Turko-Mongol. They are essentially Chinese with minor influence from the last Qing's conquest. However, the skater Kexin Fan is more along the lines of the Mongol/Manchu influence. More so than this Taiwanese skater Gong sang-cheung.

So yes these northern chinese have mongol manchu blood in them?!

中国北方人不是突厥蒙古族(废话)他们只在后清受到很小的影响。但是这个范可新可能更是像受到蒙古满族影响,相比台湾的GONG SANG CHEUNG

So yes these northern chinese have mongol manchu blood in them?!


by Kobukson » Sat Feb 22, 2014 9:40 pm

^ No. Only a few do. That's why they cannot claim the cultures of the invaders. Mongol/Manchu intrusion to China won't change their DNA data permanently. Northern Chinese don't share same blood with the Buryat, Korea and mainland Japan. It's a small minority of the Northern China that does. Out of 500 million Northern Chinese, I would say about 10 to 20 million will have this influence.

Look at it this way, France was once conquered by the Norsemen (Germanic) peoples and only region in France that has this slight influence is in Normandy but not the whole of France.

Nothing in the world is permanent. It is temporary. If this was not the case, we would have made a single nation with single ethnic group, single culture, single religion by now.

不,只有一些有(服了。。。讲半天尽说废话),所以他们不能霸占满族蒙古族的文化(哥快哭了)蒙古和满族的影响不会永远改变他们的DNA。中国北方人没有BURYAT韩国日本血统。 只有少部分,5亿里有一两千万吧。




更多 >>


评 论