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View Poll Results: Which asian country has the best women?
Japan 36 24.32%
China 23 15.54%
Singapore 6 4.05%
South Korea 44 29.73%
Other 39 26.35%
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Old 04-08-2013, 09:15 PM
 
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Old 04-08-2013, 10:03 PM
 
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Well from all of 4, I am personally into Japanese look (even I am Singaporean), so I voted to Japanese. For other that isn't in the list, Thai woman are also very hot.
 
Old 04-09-2013, 09:51 AM
 
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well japanese arent so innocent of weabooism...ok think of a japanese weaboo...but replace obssesed white girl with obssesed japanese girl...and replace japan with korea

a japanese koreaboo...who think calling people their "unnie" korean version of "chan" is "kyopta" korean version of "kawaii"

I wonder if koreans think japanese koreaboos are wierd...just like how japanese think of american weaboos
Chinese culture has always been more popular/common than Korean culture amongst the general public in Japan, going all the way back to Bruce Lee films. When Hong Kong movie stars such as Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Chow Yun-fat, etc became Hollywood actors, i didn't see Chinese/Hong Kong people went around bragging that Jackie Chan represented China's cultural superiority over the rest of Asia. Unlike Chinese, Koreans seem to have problems with so much insecurity and things to “live up to”.
 
Old 04-09-2013, 09:55 AM
 
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Chinese culture has always been more popular/common than Korean culture amongst the general public in Japan, going all the way back to Bruce Lee films. When Hong Kong movie stars such as Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Chow Yun-fat, etc became Hollywood actors, i didn't see Chinese/Hong Kong people went around bragging that Jackie Chan represented China's cultural superiority over the rest of Asia. Unlike Chinese, Koreans seem to have problems with so much insecurity and things to “live up to”.
we are talking about recently...kung-fu flicks are universally known around the world
its not really superiority when people mock chinese using kung fu

even in hollywood they protray the black kung fu man is superior to the weaker chinese men who get beat up by the black kung fu guy
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/--XJXjT7VT4...kungfu1201.jpg
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/--XJXjT7VT4...kungfu1201.jpg

korean media influence in Asia is sincere...nobody is mocking korean artists.....

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Old 04-09-2013, 10:09 AM
 
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There's not much Korean about the current 'Korean Wave', which is sad. A lot of serious artists in Korea kind of lament it.

At least Kung Fu is natively from the East.
 
Old 04-09-2013, 10:10 AM
 
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we are talking about recently...kung-fu flicks are universally known around the world
its not really superiority when people mock chinese using kung fu

even in hollywood they protray the black kung fu man is superior to the weaker chinese men who get beat up by the black kung fu guy

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/--XJXjT7VT4...kungfu1201.jpg

korean media influence in Asia is sincere...nobody is mocking korean artists.....
This is joke, tried to imitate Bruce Lee, but not even close!
 
Old 04-09-2013, 10:13 AM
 
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This is joke, tried to imitate Bruce Lee, but not even close!
not a joke when a major movie production makes a movie about black kung fu
The Last Dragon - (Part 1) - 1985 Film - Oasis HD - Video Dailymotion

oh thats right....your that same guy who thought people who have the highest number of college graduates and highest income amongst asian americans have a naturally low IQ
 
Old 04-09-2013, 10:52 AM
 
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we are talking about recently...kung-fu flicks are universally known around the world
its not really superiority when people mock chinese using kung fu

even in hollywood they protray the black kung fu man is superior to the weaker chinese men who get beat up by the black kung fu guy

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/--XJXjT7VT4...kungfu1201.jpg

korean media influence in Asia is sincere...nobody is mocking korean artists.....
The fact that there is even a movie about Black Kung Fu man only shows that Chinese culture has greatly influenced the Western culture. Why no one create a Taekwon-Do movie? It's because Taekwon-Do is a poor man's Karate and it does not have quite as rich a history. As for Korean artists, most famous Korean artist is...PSY, who is little more than a funny cartoonish character playing off negative stereotypes of Asians - that's what the world sees... and that's why Korea should be thoroughly depressed that he has become their most famous artist.
 
Old 04-09-2013, 10:57 AM
 
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The fact that there is even a movie about Black Kung Fu man only shows that Chinese culture has greatly influenced the Western culture. Why no one create a Taekwon-Do movie? It's because Taekwon-Do is a poor man's Karate and it does not have quite as rich a history. As for Korean artists, most famous Korean artist is...PSY, who is little more than a funny cartoonish character playing off negative stereotypes of Asians - that's what the world sees... and that's why Korea should be thoroughly depressed that he has become their most famous artist.
no Psy has more respect then William Hung....willian hung set back asian-americans like 10 years
there may not be any movies about tae kwon do...but its the most prevalent martial arts in the USA

and why would you be proud of that movie which mocks chinese people??
 
Old 04-09-2013, 11:57 AM
 
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no Psy has more respect then William Hung....willian hung set back asian-americans like 10 years there may not be any movies about tae kwon do...but its the most prevalent martial arts in the USA

and why would you be proud of that movie which mocks chinese people??
So what if Psy has more respect then William Hung? It doesn't change the fact that he became popular only because people found a chubby Asian guy doing a silly horsey dance funny.

I can tell you why Taekwon-Do became the most prevalent martial arts in the US. More than 1,200 Korean instructors had emigrated to the US by the early 1970s and opened a lot of dojos. Also there was a global campaign for Olympic acceptance. Anyone who study martial arts knows that the "Dan/Black belt" ranking system is a traditional Japanese mark of level and TKD got the rank system by copying it. The founder of TKD, General Choi lied about the history of TKD for years because he didn't want to admit that he copied Karate. Basically, there is no solid philosophy behind the creation of TKD and people who practice it don't even know the history of TKD. This is why no-one wants to create a TKD movie - It's uninspiring.
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