Korean national flag originates from China.

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Richard
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Korean national flag originates from China.

Post by Richard » Tue Oct 24, 2006 8:07 pm

I am just wondering why Korea is interested in taking other nation's traditional culture essentials as its own, such as the Chinese Medicine, Dragon Boat Festival, Paper-making Techniqus, Confucianism, and so on. Many Korean students come to China study Chinese Medicine, because, hopefully, they may think China is the origin. However, after they complete studying and return Korea, how come the title is changed to Korean Medicine? That's a ridiculous term and absolutely pirate's phylosophy, isn't it? Now it does the same to Chinese characters agian! Well, I have to ask some questions to Korean.

Do you know there is a strong relation between Chinese characters and Taoism, which is absolutely originated from China? Chinese characters contain the truth in the universe(I know you may feel obscure on this concept. Yes, it is hard to understand). Why the characters are written in what they look like now? What's the phylosophy inside? Not just the surface meaning you may know. Even many Chinese local people may not know it, because this is an area for scholars, specialists and experts to study the Chinese ancesters' cultural essentials and phylosophy.

Do you know how Korean national flag comes into being? It adopted the sign of the Eight Diagrams(Ba Gua), which has a profound meaning in Taoism. All these are associated with the traditional Chinese Phylosophy.
If you do not understand these, please withdraw your hand to take them as your own. We do not care you use it, because we want it carried forward to the world, but could you please behave yourself? Thanks.

By the way, in order to de-Chinesize (it means to remove the features or properties of Chinese) Korea has changed the official name of Seoul from "Han Cheng" (in pronunciation) to "Shou Er"(in pronunciation). That is OK, just your choice. What makes me curious is whether Korea will change its national flag or compose a story saying this sign and the Toaism are originally their own. And what about the Han River located in Korea (It can be literally translated as Chinese River) ? Hahaha,,,,,,,,,the last one is just a joke, never mind.


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Post by chenchen » Wed Oct 25, 2006 1:01 am

maybe no korean will come here:)
i have chosen Japanese as my second language,in class,the tutor who is from Japan show the way to write CHINESE CHARACTERS. ALL MY BRITISH CLASSMATES think these characters is MADE IN JAPAN. I FEEL very SAD.China keep too quiet for our PRECIOUS CULTURE!MOST WESTERN PEOPLE DONT KNOW MOST OF JAPANSES AND KOREAN CULTURE ARE ALL FROM CHINA. SOMEONE JUST SAY TO ME"OH ,I LIKE JAPANESE CULTURE OR I AM INTERESTED IN JAPANESE CULTURE,BUT IS THAT REAL THING BELONG TO JAPAN?
made in China/made in Nanjing
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