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Originally posted by zhangxi0183
during an interview, Sharon Stone said she heard about the earthquake and she said it is interesting and she think that earthquake happened in China SiChuan province Wenchuan county is karma because she don't like what China did. and she stressed that dalailama is her friend.
btw: Wenchuan county is located in Aba autonomy region, Sichuan province. there are not only Han Chinese but also tibetan Chinese and qiang Chinese living in Aba autonomy region. the population of tibetan Chinese living in Aba autonomy region is 52.9%, qiang Chinese is 17.7%, hui Chinese is 3.2%, and Han Chinese is 26.6%
Originally posted by haidian
reply to post by Himalayan
they are chinese citizens.check the photoes i posted on another thread showing how miserable they are after the earthquake,does stone(nice name,stone hearted) have any idea that this earthquake hit a tibetan area,made thousands of tibetans as well as han people suffer.
and if you have american passport,then you are called tibetan american.
Originally posted by IchiNiSan
reply to post by mlmijyd
Dude, what is your reading problem? Is my English so bad that you can not even understand what I am writing? Who is ignoring a whole post here? And keep on pointing fingers like "you are not a buddhist, you don't know anything about it, and claim that himself is suchan intectuel, blablabla".
Karma is by the way much more complicated than simple this action will affect your next reaction, it's not as simplistic as you claim it to be. Today you are feeding your baby might be the murderer of your previous life's parents, who reincarnated as dogs, which you just kicked away to keep them as far away as possible from your beloved baby. Think about this small example for a while. I think I am not the one who need to dig up what karma means boy. Especially when I have been a buddhist for my whole life.
You are clearly a very confused Buddhist, if you are indeed one?
I think my work here is done.
[edit on 29/5/08 by IchiNiSan]
Originally posted by nonoknowsoso
It's sad that all those died in the tremor have been flattened to some meaningless symbols as sacrifice for a so-called dictatorial gov. In your eyes, they were just like the 3D enemies in your videogame. They died, you feel relieved if not happy. But in my opinion, we are first considered as human beings before we are labelled American, Chinese, Tibetan Chinese or whatsosever. No matter the place where one was born, the government one lives under, the wealth one has, the position one holds, or the god one worships, none shall make one's life more valuable or valueless than another's, or more worthy of such natural disasters. Think about it before you some carelessly throw out that craps.
reply to post by SLAYER69
I just hate it when people get some notoriety and they think they can discuss politics and world cultural issues etc
China ring any bells?