CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP

Surrey, Canada

#43 Dec 27, 2012
lct wrote:
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those are victims of western education. just like you.:)
I guess you were educated in the crappy propaganda-saturated system in CCP China and cannot read!

You POOR THING! SO STUPID!

Here, I will HIGHLIGHT for you:

"..parents have found that the only way to preserve any integrity is to reject a CHINESE education altogether. Disgusted by the endemic bribery, Wang Ping, 37, a bar owner in Beijing, decided to send her son abroad for his education. In August, she wept as she waved goodbye to her only child, whom she had enrolled at a public high school in Iowa.
“CHINA’s education system is unfair to children from the very beginning of their lives,” she said.“I don’t want my son to have anything more to do with it.”"

Your parents were not so wise, obviously, eh "Ick"?

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!
NATURE VS NURTURE

Brooklyn, NY

#44 Dec 28, 2012
Yet the Chinese IQ is still twice yours. Accept that which you cannot change.
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP

Port Moody, Canada

#45 Jan 8, 2013
NATURE VS NURTURE wrote:
Yet the Chinese IQ is still twice yours. Accept that which you cannot change.
Yes, you Chinese Communist Party traitors just lie and lie and lie. You are too weak, corrupt and stupid to do otherwise and so must be removed. Accept that which you cannot change.

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!
Wow Just Wow

Brooklyn, NY

#46 Jan 8, 2013
NATURE VS NURTURE wrote:
Yet the Chinese IQ is still twice yours. Accept that which you cannot change.
Everyone accepts that Chinese are superior.
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP

Port Moody, Canada

#47 Jan 8, 2013
Wow Just Wow wrote:
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Everyone accepts that Chinese are superior.
Finland and Korea are the highest-performing OECD countries, with average PISA scores of 543 and 541 points, respectively. Other top-performing OECD countries in students’ skills include Japan (529), Canada (527) and New Zealand (524). The lowest performing OECD country, Mexico, has an average score of 420. This means that the gap between the highest and lowest performing OECD countries is 123 points. The gap with Brazil is even larger, with 142 points separating the average performance of Brazil and Finland.

read more:http://www.oecdbetterlife index.org/topics/education/

CCP China is far, far behind. It appears on none of the top lists. It's equals are impoverished African nations in this analysis.
Wow Just Wow

Brooklyn, NY

#48 Jan 8, 2013
NATURE VS NURTURE wrote:
Yet the Chinese IQ is still twice yours. Accept that which you cannot change.
Deal with it.
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP

Port Moody, Canada

#49 Jan 8, 2013
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP wrote:
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Finland and Korea are the highest-performing OECD countries, with average PISA scores of 543 and 541 points, respectively. Other top-performing OECD countries in students’ skills include Japan (529), Canada (527) and New Zealand (524). The lowest performing OECD country, Mexico, has an average score of 420. This means that the gap between the highest and lowest performing OECD countries is 123 points. The gap with Brazil is even larger, with 142 points separating the average performance of Brazil and Finland.
read more:http://www.oecdbetterlife index.org/topics/education/
CCP China is far, far behind. It appears on none of the top lists. It's equals are impoverished African nations in this analysis.
Deal with it.
Uh huh

Brooklyn, NY

#50 Jan 8, 2013
Wow Just Wow wrote:
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Everyone accepts that Chinese are superior.
That's true.
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP

Port Moody, Canada

#51 Jan 8, 2013
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP wrote:
<quoted text>
Finland and Korea are the highest-performing OECD countries, with average PISA scores of 543 and 541 points, respectively. Other top-performing OECD countries in students’ skills include Japan (529), Canada (527) and New Zealand (524). The lowest performing OECD country, Mexico, has an average score of 420. This means that the gap between the highest and lowest performing OECD countries is 123 points. The gap with Brazil is even larger, with 142 points separating the average performance of Brazil and Finland.
read more:http://www.oecdbetterlife index.org/topics/education/
CCP China is far, far behind. It appears on none of the top lists. It's equals are impoverished African nations in this analysis.
This is true.
Uh huh

Brooklyn, NY

#52 Jan 8, 2013
NATURE VS NURTURE wrote:
Yet the Chinese IQ is still twice yours. Accept that which you cannot change.
Amazing
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP

Port Moody, Canada

#53 Jan 8, 2013
Uh huh wrote:
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Amazing
Yes, it is ASTONISHING how FAR BEHIND CCP China is!

Finland and Korea are the highest-performing OECD countries, with average PISA scores of 543 and 541 points, respectively. Other top-performing OECD countries in students’ skills include Japan (529), Canada (527) and New Zealand (524). The lowest performing OECD country, Mexico, has an average score of 420. This means that the gap between the highest and lowest performing OECD countries is 123 points. The gap with Brazil is even larger, with 142 points separating the average performance of Brazil and Finland.

read more:http://www.oecdbetterlife index.org/topics/education/

CCP China is far, far behind. It appears on none of the top lists. It's equals are impoverished African nations in this analysis.
LoL

Brooklyn, NY

#54 Jan 8, 2013
NATURE VS NURTURE wrote:
Yet the Chinese IQ is still twice yours. Accept that which you cannot change.
Truly amazing.
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP

Port Moody, Canada

#55 Jan 8, 2013
LoL wrote:
<quoted text>
Truly amazing.
Yes, it is TRULY ASTONISHING how FAR BEHIND CCP China is!

Finland and Korea are the highest-performing OECD countries, with average PISA scores of 543 and 541 points, respectively. Other top-performing OECD countries in students’ skills include Japan (529), Canada (527) and New Zealand (524). The lowest performing OECD country, Mexico, has an average score of 420. This means that the gap between the highest and lowest performing OECD countries is 123 points. The gap with Brazil is even larger, with 142 points separating the average performance of Brazil and Finland.

read more:http://www.oecdbetterlife index.org/topics/education/

CCP China is far, far behind. It appears on none of the top lists. It's equals are impoverished African nations in this analysis.
Truth be Told

Brooklyn, NY

#56 Jan 8, 2013
NATURE VS NURTURE wrote:
Yet the Chinese IQ is still twice yours. Accept that which you cannot change.
This is true.
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP

Port Moody, Canada

#57 Jan 8, 2013
"..parents have found that the only way to preserve any integrity is to reject a CHINESE education altogether. Disgusted by the endemic bribery, Wang Ping, 37, a bar owner in Beijing, decided to send her son abroad for his education. In August, she wept as she waved goodbye to her only child, whom she had enrolled at a public high school in Iowa.
“CHINA’s education system is unfair to children from the very beginning of their lives,” she said.“I don’t want my son to have anything more to do with it.”"

Your parents were not so wise, obviously, eh "Truth be Told(but never by CCP)"?

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!
ChinaRising

Brooklyn, NY

#58 Jan 8, 2013
That's true. Would you rather compete with geniuses in China or would you rather have slow learners as your competition?

Very elementary question for you to ponder since you're so totally unaware of these concerns.
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP

Surrey, Canada

#59 Jan 8, 2013
"Compete" with enslaved Chinese kept intentionally ignorant by the CCP?

You must be joking!

Very elementary concept; a nation that educates ALL of its people is far more powerful than a slave-state where a pampered and unelected gang of thieves keeps the majority of its people ignorant in order to better exploit them as cheap servile labour to fund the CCP scam.
BELCH

Brooklyn, NY

#60 Jan 9, 2013
Is that why you enjoy drinking cow piss and eating cow turds?

Snowflake

San Francisco, CA

#61 Jan 9, 2013
China has compulsory education only up to the ninth grade but yet in those high school age tests China scores consistently higher than other countries of high school age. Lot of those Chinese taking those tests do not even going to high school. Wow they are just amazing, Miro is such a jerk, he could not be Chinese, even us non Chinese are amazed about the Chinese.
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP

Port Moody, Canada

#62 Jan 10, 2013
^"Snowfake" likes to pretend to live in an utter fantasy world if he can thereby better exploit the Chinese for profit!

ONLY 20% OF CHINESE EVER FINISH HIGH SCHOOL!

Fewer than the WORST NEIGHBOURHOOD in ANY Western country!

But "Snowfake" LIKES THE IDEA of China as a VAST GHETTO of ignorant slaves his CCP pals can EXPLOIT!

"..parents have found that the only way to preserve any integrity is to reject a CHINESE education altogether. Disgusted by the endemic bribery, Wang Ping, 37, a bar owner in Beijing, decided to send her son abroad for his education. In August, she wept as she waved goodbye to her only child, whom she had enrolled at a public high school in Iowa.
“CHINA’s education system is unfair to children from the very beginning of their lives,” she said.“I don’t want my son to have anything more to do with it.”"

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