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PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 1:58 am
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temuchin wrote:


The idea being that, in poor countries with high mortality rural population NEED to have a lot of kids to make sure 1 survives to provide for them and that in those societies women do not have control of their own reproductive rights. Backwards countries like India and China need those controls, but developed nations like Japan and Korea for example have the opposite problems of aging populations and declining birthrates/populations. China still has a massive rural population and uneducated urban working force but it will undergo the same transition in the coming decades and the cap wont be needed.



temuchin

Both India (6.23) and China (7.06) have LOW mortality rate compared to your so called developed countries: USA (8.38 ), Canada (7.74), Japan (9.54), UK (10.02), Italy (10.72), Portugal (10.68 ), France (8.56), Switzerland (8.59), Spain (9.99), Denmark (10.22), Sweden (10.21), Belgium (10.44), Netherlands (8.74), Germany (10.90), Russia (16.06)........... :roll:

http://www.indexmundi.com/g/r.aspx?c=ch&v=26


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 3:16 am
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pryuen wrote:
temuchin wrote:
. Backwards countries like India and China need those controls, but developed nations like Japan and Korea for example have the opposite problems of aging populations and declining birthrates/populations. .
turd chin

Both India (6.23) and China (7.06) have LOW mortality rate compared to your so called developed countries:
    USA (8.38 ), Canada (7.74), Japan (9.54), UK (10.02), Italy (10.72), Portugal (10.68 ), France (8.56), Switzerland (8.59), Spain (9.99), Denmark (10.22), Sweden (10.21), Belgium (10.44), Netherlands (8.74), Germany (10.90), Russia (16.06)........... :roll:
tailored-made ownage---just the facts---by Yaorule. :!: :D :D

turd chin, in his eagerness to compensate for his less-than-humble beginning, just made up false claims pieced together by his usual verbosity. But he over-did it, in the proocess, just handed his azz on a platter to Yaorule, who obliged by giving it a quick swift kick. :D


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 5:58 am
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battousai wrote:
people who speculate/ask where Yao's first child to be born has totally no clue or has been blindly followed Yao for all these years.

Knowing Yao for these many years this answer should be very very very simple.

Yao is going to have his child born in China.


[size=117]Well, you maybe surprised after all.

[color=darkred]I went over the various news.... and what Zhang Chi, the spokesperson of Team Yao said alarmed me.

When asked whether Yao Ming had decided where his kid will be born, he said: "Not yet decided." and then he added: [b]"I hope people will respect the final choice/decision of the couple."


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 6:25 am
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Yao should have the baby born in China period. :evil:


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 6:41 am
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Yao should immigrate to Hong Kong and have as many kids as possible.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 2:36 pm
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Ping Ni wrote:
lol I love how everyone is assuming the baby is a male. Wait til the shocker when the baby is a girl.


Old habits die hard for some people. Whether it's a boy or a girl people should wish them and the baby the very best.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 2:51 pm
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Tang Man wrote:
Ping Ni wrote:
lol I love how everyone is assuming the baby is a male. Wait til the shocker when the baby is a girl.


Old habits die hard for some people. Whether it's a boy or a girl people should wish them and the baby the very best.


Well, ALMOST ALL the Chinese basketball fans wish that it will be a Yao Xiao Ming instead of a Yao Xiao Li, cos they just wishfully think that Big Yao's son can become another NBA centre and will play for China national team 18 to 20 years later.

But then we should ask ourselves, does it REALLY matter

  • that the son and daughter of Yao Ming need to be professional basketball players 20 years from now??
  • that Big Yao eventually chooses to have his offsprings born in USA??
It is his son/daughter choice in future whether they will play basketball or not.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 3:04 pm
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pryuen wrote:

Well, ALMOST ALL the Chinese basketball fans wish that it will be a Yao Xiao Ming instead of a Yao Xiao Li, cos they just wishfully think that Big Yao's son can become another NBA centre and will play for China national team 18 to 20 years later.

But then we should ask ourselves, does it REALLY matter

  • that the son and daughter of Yao Ming need to be professional basketball players 20 years from now??
  • that Big Yao eventually chooses to have his offsprings born in USA??
It is his son/daughter choice in future whether they will play basketball or not.


Agreed with your points above.

While on the subject of famous basketball players and their offsprings, has there ever been a great player who has children that was just as good or better than them in basketball? eg Michael Jordan has got a couple of sons. They are struggling to play top collegiate level basketball let alone play in the NBA. Rick Barry and Bill Walton had sons who made it in the NBA but they were role players and were hardly the HOF'ers their dad were. Kobe Byrant made it big time but he's dad Joe Byrant was a scrub.

So those fans anticipating that Yao's sibling(s) will grow up to become basketball superstars are basically setting themselves up to be let down big time. I am not saying it can't happen but the trend seem to suggest it's not likely to.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 6:21 pm
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pryuen wrote:
temuchin wrote:


The idea being that, in poor countries with high mortality rural population NEED to have a lot of kids to make sure 1 survives to provide for them and that in those societies women do not have control of their own reproductive rights. Backwards countries like India and China need those controls, but developed nations like Japan and Korea for example have the opposite problems of aging populations and declining birthrates/populations. China still has a massive rural population and uneducated urban working force but it will undergo the same transition in the coming decades and the cap wont be needed.



temuchin

Both India (6.23) and China (7.06) have LOW mortality rate compared to your so called developed countries: USA (8.38 ), Canada (7.74), Japan (9.54), UK (10.02), Italy (10.72), Portugal (10.68 ), France (8.56), Switzerland (8.59), Spain (9.99), Denmark (10.22), Sweden (10.21), Belgium (10.44), Netherlands (8.74), Germany (10.90), Russia (16.06)........... :roll:

http://www.indexmundi.com/g/r.aspx?c=ch&v=26


sigh....i thought your stupidity was confined to basketball.

if you bothered to read temuchin's post, it was obvious when he said this

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The idea being that, in poor countries with high mortality rural population NEED to have a lot of kids to make sure 1 survives to provide for them


that he was talking about infant mortality rate where the US smacks China's *****. Countries with aging populations tend to have higher mortality rates because their populations are older hence more of them die. :roll:


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 6:23 pm
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Tang Man wrote:
pryuen wrote:

Well, ALMOST ALL the Chinese basketball fans wish that it will be a Yao Xiao Ming instead of a Yao Xiao Li, cos they just wishfully think that Big Yao's son can become another NBA centre and will play for China national team 18 to 20 years later.

But then we should ask ourselves, does it REALLY matter

  • that the son and daughter of Yao Ming need to be professional basketball players 20 years from now??
  • that Big Yao eventually chooses to have his offsprings born in USA??
It is his son/daughter choice in future whether they will play basketball or not.


Agreed with your points above.

While on the subject of famous basketball players and their offsprings, has there ever been a great player who has children that was just as good or better than them in basketball? eg Michael Jordan has got a couple of sons. They are struggling to play top collegiate level basketball let alone play in the NBA. Rick Barry and Bill Walton had sons who made it in the NBA but they were role players and were hardly the HOF'ers their dad were. Kobe Byrant made it big time but he's dad Joe Byrant was a scrub.

So those fans anticipating that Yao's sibling(s) will grow up to become basketball superstars are basically setting themselves up to be let down big time. I am not saying it can't happen but the trend seem to suggest it's not likely to.


This all assumes Yao's child even has an interest in basketball.

I'm sure Yao will encourage his children to do whatever they're interested in.


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