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PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2010 4:23 am
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Only 7lbs , I thought she would weigh alot more. Any pictures?


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PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2010 5:36 am
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ko_xinga wrote:
Only 7lbs , I thought she would weigh alot more. Any pictures?


NORMAL babies ranges from 2.7 KG to 4 KG. Anything above 4KG is considered ABNORMAL, and might be born with inherent deficiencies.

Just that both Yao Ming and Ye Li are tall and strong built does not
NECESSARILY mean they need to give birth to ABNORMALLY HEAVY baby.

You'd rather want their baby to be
NORMAL and HEALTHY.



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PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2010 5:44 am
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ko_xinga wrote:
Only 7lbs , I thought she would weigh alot more. Any pictures?


Well EVERY REPORTER on this planet is hunting for her first photos. :roll:

But according to Team Yao, in order to protect her privacy,
NO OTHER INFORMATION will be given for her, including name, height, nationality, look etc.

And PHOTOGRAPHY is straightly forbidden in the hospital/maternity ward Ye Li is staying.


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PostPosted: Tue May 25, 2010 12:04 am
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The first exclusive interview of Yao Ming about his feelings of becoming a first-time father from Chen Min of Shanghai Morning Post.

And it looks like he is already planning about having his second child !!! :shock:

ENJOY !!!! 8)


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Reporter Chen Min of Shanghai Morning Post reports:

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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2010 12:14 am
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So, he bucked the Chinese Communist System and she's a US citizen by birth which means Big Yao can have as many kids as he wants here in the US without penalty. Good for Yao.


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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2010 1:38 am
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mirthheart wrote:
So, he bucked the Chinese Communist System and she's a US citizen by birth which means Big Yao can have as many kids as he wants here in the US without penalty. Good for Yao.


Well, TECHNICALLY she is a US citizen by birth. But I believe by law, BEFORE she turns 18, she can choose to drop her US citizenship to reclaim her Chinese nationality. Jaycee Chan, 房祖名 son of Jackie Chan, was born in USA, but dropped his US citizenship to reclaim his Hong Kong/Chinese nationality when he started his singing/acting career in Hong Kong.

Jerry Wang Xilin 王熙麟,
the son of Wang Zhizhi, was also born in USA, and he also dropped his US citizenship when he returned to China with Wang Zhizhi after his 5-years NBA sting.


ACTUALLY this nationality issue of his baby girl had ALREADY triggered HUGE CONTROVERSY in China. :twisted:

A lot of the Fenqing 粪青 had ALREADY been bombarding Big Yao in the forums/editorials of major newspapers for not patriotic enough, betraying his country, hurting the feelings of the Chinese people for letting his daughter to be born in USA and become a US citizen, and thereby gifting the US national team, and depriving Chinese national team a woman basketball centre in the future. :shock:

IT IS JUST SO RIDICULOUS AND LAUGHABLE that the destiny and career of Big Yao's baby girl to be predetermined this way. :twisted: It seemed that she SHOULD AND MUST become a professional basketball player in future. :roll:


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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2010 4:33 am
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pryuen wrote:

ACTUALLY this nationality issue of his baby girl had ALREADY triggered HUGE CONTROVERSY in China. :twisted:

A lot of the Fenqing 粪青 had ALREADY been bombarding Big Yao in the forums/editorials of major newspapers for not patriotic enough, betraying his country, hurting the feelings of the Chinese people for letting his daughter to be born in USA and become a US citizen, and thereby gifting the US national team, and depriving Chinese national team a woman basketball centre in the future. :shock:

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Why do those fans think just because she's Yao's daughter that she'll walk straight into the US women's team? Come on let's be realistic here. If she does play basketball, odds are she'll end up playing for China. That's really the only choice for her. ie represent China where she'll have a much greater chance to get in the team.


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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2010 7:49 am
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Lol she'll have a "much greater chance" because she'll be competing against Chinese instead of blacks and whites? Funny how you and drno think of yourself as progressive because you puke the PC mantra without thinking about it but your instincts are racist and self-defeating. Why is the Chinese team going to be easier to make? How do you know in 20 years what the situation is going to be like?

Bottom line. Yao's kid if she has inherited Yao and Yi's talent and size will have a great shot at either China or the American team.

But if you read Pryuen's posts this isn't about that ******. and you missed the point as much as the closeminded native Chinese you look down on in your post.

Yao says he wants to give his child CHOICES. Obviously it's going to be easier for her to pick up her Chinese citizenship than the other way around if that's what she chooses when she's old enough to decide. I'm sure there's other considerations like the health of the mother and traveling, as well as Yao's intense sense of responsibility to rehab/train with his teammates in Houston but that's clearly one of the considerations he had... respecting the choices his child could make and giving her literally every opportunity in the world.

NOT where she'll have the easiest chance of making the basketball team.


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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2010 12:02 pm
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temuchin wrote:
Lol she'll have a "much greater chance" because she'll be competing against Chinese instead of blacks and whites?


It's hilarious that you would mention she can't compete with whites after you've spend many sleepless nights trying prove that whites don't have athletic genes. Man you were on the verge of suicide after totally and utterly embarrassing yourself. So I am not sure why you're back for more.

I can't be bother reading the rest of your garbage because to put it bluntly I don't give a f u c k what you think and can't be bother to push you to the edge of another suicidal attempt.


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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2010 2:16 pm
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Tang Man wrote:
temuchin wrote:
Lol she'll have a "much greater chance" because she'll be competing against Chinese instead of blacks and whites?
I don't give a f u c k what you think and can't be bother to push you to the edge of another suicidal attempt.
short, concise and to the point---unlike turd chin's verbosity that says nothing.


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