No Chinaman has won the Fields medal ...

No Chinaman has won the Fields medal too?

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Tofu Dynasty

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Oct 12, 2011
LOL!! The most prestigious math prize in the world has no Chinaman as a recipient!:))

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fields_Medal

Chinamen make damn good underwear and undergarments though!
Tofu Dynasty

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Oct 12, 2011
More info on Fields medal.

http://www.mathunion.org/general/prizes/field...

Lots of Chinamen boast of being good at math but can't win one damn medal in math? LOL

the joke is on the Chinamen!:)
boondock saint

Circleville, OH

#3 Oct 13, 2011
Good find and a good read.
KKK

New York, NY

#4 Oct 13, 2011
For 500 hundred years why has there never been a non white president of the US?

UH HUH UH HUH
Pure Chinese

San Francisco, CA

#5 Oct 13, 2011
The Field's Prize is a joke. Tests after Tests, the people of the Great Wall has came up on top. The USA and China are ranked number one and two respectively in the world, where is land of the cha gio and bo bun ranked?
Mikaer

Nantong, China

#6 Oct 13, 2011
KKK wrote:
For 500 hundred years why has there never been a non white president of the US?
UH HUH UH HUH
Probably ...oh..may I simply suggest that it may be due to the fact that... the U.S. hasn't been around 500 years?

UH HUH UH HUH

And why has there never been a non yellow Chinese president for the last 5000 years?

Yah huh? Yah huh
boondock saint

Circleville, OH

#7 Oct 13, 2011
Mikaer wrote:
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Probably ...oh..may I simply suggest that it may be due to the fact that... the U.S. hasn't been around 500 years?
UH HUH UH HUH
And why has there never been a non yellow Chinese president for the last 5000 years?
Yah huh? Yah huh
QFT!!
YUP YUP

New York, NY

#8 Oct 13, 2011
Why? because they're not intelligent enough to run such a huge ship. You've run your own teensy country into the ground. Nuff said.

Since: Mar 08

Long Island City, NY

#9 Oct 13, 2011
Tofu Dynasty wrote:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F ields_Medal
Someone actually didn't go through the list carefully, or he'll find the Chinese recipient there.
PANTS ON FIRE

New York, NY

#10 Oct 13, 2011
A-hhahhahahahahhhahhhaha!

Liar! Liar!

http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/200208/20/e...
MSG

Los Angeles, CA

#12 Oct 13, 2011
So what is his name? China hosted the event does not mean a chinaman won it! LOL. Hilarious

Since: Mar 08

Long Island City, NY

#13 Oct 13, 2011
The name is in the Wiki list. Go through them carefully.
Tofu Dynasty

Los Angeles, CA

#14 Oct 13, 2011
Zsari wrote:
The name is in the Wiki list. Go through them carefully.
He is not on there you, dummy, because there is no such thing! LOL The Chink flag on the left means the LOCATION where the award for the Fields medal was held not the nationality of the recipient!!! haha.a...aa... Open your Chinky eye balls! Chinamen can't even comprehend simple things in life!! LOL The flag on the right is designate the nationality of the recipient!

Once again I have to EXPLAIN everything to dimwit Chinamen!:))

Since: Mar 08

Laguna Hills, CA

#15 Oct 13, 2011
Dummy. The flag designates citizenship, not ethnicity.

Since: Mar 08

Laguna Hills, CA

#16 Oct 13, 2011
Shing-Tung Yau (Chinese: &#19992;&#25104;&# 26704;; pinyin: Qi&#363; Chéngtóng; born April 4, 1949) is a Chinese American mathematician working in differential geometry. He was born in Shantou, Guangdong Province, China into a family of scholars from Jiaoling, Guangdong Province.

Yau's contributions have had a significant impact on both physics and mathematics. Calabi–Yau manifolds are among the ‘standard toolkit’ for string theorists today. He has been active at the interface between geometry and theoretical physics. His proof of the positive energy theorem in general relativity demonstrated—sixty years after its discovery—that Einstein's theory is consistent and stable. His proof of the Calabi conjecture allowed physicists—using Calabi-Yau compactification—to show that string theory is a viable candidate for a unified theory of nature.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shing-Tung_Yau
Snowflake

San Francisco, CA

#17 Oct 15, 2011
Zsari wrote:
Shing-Tung Yau (Chinese: &#19992;&#25104;&# 26704;; pinyin: Qi&#363; Chéngtóng; born April 4, 1949) is a Chinese American mathematician working in differential geometry. He was born in Shantou, Guangdong Province, China into a family of scholars from Jiaoling, Guangdong Province.
Yau's contributions have had a significant impact on both physics and mathematics. Calabi–Yau manifolds are among the ‘standard toolkit’ for string theorists today. He has been active at the interface between geometry and theoretical physics. His proof of the positive energy theorem in general relativity demonstrated—sixty years after its discovery—that Einstein's theory is consistent and stable. His proof of the Calabi conjecture allowed physicists—using Calabi-Yau compactification—to show that string theory is a viable candidate for a unified theory of nature.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shing-Tung_Yau
Most of the great mathematicians in America are Americans of Chinese descent anyways. I won't be surprised that in China they are even better or just as good.
FED owe theUSA10 trillion

Santa Monica, CA

#18 Oct 16, 2011
These vietnmese poster should be able to understand... China was virtually kept down from the 1830 to 1949

first nobel prize was awarded in 1895

first fields medal in 1936

thats like asking vietnamese why their country is still a shiet hole...

after 1000 years of occupation... and the USA bombing vietnam back into the stone age...in the 70's

yet they still yap away
UH HUH

New York, NY

#19 Oct 16, 2011
Zsari wrote:
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Someone actually didn't go through the list carefully, or he'll find the Chinese recipient there.
A-hhahhahahhahahahahahhahahaha aaa!

Caught the bashers lying again! LOL
Chucha

Keyport, NJ

#20 Sep 1, 2013
Chinese Americans are actually over represented in field medal prizes and nobel prizes in America, all despite numbering at only 3 million.

Since: Nov 10

Zhengzhou, China

#21 Sep 2, 2013
This is completely stupid topic. the top poster Tofu must be a math idiot.

I wonder if he were aware of Eular formula? or even what is Cos(kapa)?

apart from chinese math education is better than america, so do Russia, India, Japan etc.
There are at least two of this fields medal winners working in Qinghua university, China.

huh, could you read their works?
I have no been amazed those who intend to mock others are really math idiot.

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