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Asian american's should change their names.
Posted 7/27/09
No, by no means should any person be forced to change his name for the sake of others. A name is more than just nomenclature - it is reputation, history, genealogy. Of course, no man should be forced to pronounce any name correctly that he sincerely can not do so. If an immigrant decides to differ from the community which he enters, it is his responsiblity to bear, not the community's.
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Posted 7/27/09 , edited 7/27/09
that's discrmination. everyone has a right to keep their own name. i was wondering how america got the nickname of a free country.
Posted 7/27/09
And when "Americans" go to a different country, THEY should change their names. Good. We're even. If you can't pronounce it...well sucks for you. You've just got bad pronunciation skills.
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Posted 7/27/09
i have no comment.that's mean.
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Posted 8/16/09

macphapie wrote:

All names should just be changed to number codes, like R2D2


do you think we're in fbi?
Posted 8/16/09
O__O that's so stupid! like it takes any effort to learn to pronounce someone's name. bleh i'm pissed off now...
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Posted 8/16/09

macphapie wrote:

All names should just be changed to number codes, like R2D2


Shut up thats not even funny.
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Posted 8/16/09

Gaia93 wrote:


CecilTheDarkKnight_234 wrote:


Gaia93 wrote:

Anyone that even agreed to that are probably too retarded to read in the first place.
In that case, let's get rid of all the words that are too hard to say. Like Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia.
If they had to learn our language, why can't we learn theirs? We already have to learn Spanish in school, why not another?


America Read ?? Are you kidding me reading is for faggots in America xP


You sound like one of those ignorant, deep south rednecks.


Im so with u on that one.
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Posted 8/20/09
first of all a BIG LOL
now for the main topic...
i think amercans should change their names to chinese because you know america is in a process to be doomed and chinese power is rising.......YAYYY asian domination...........................XD
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Posted 8/20/09
Hey, shut up. Hahaha.

I don't care what you think, what you want, or anything about "you". I'm only thinking about "me", so suck it up, human.

Who gives a damn about names? Every person was born with one, now shut up. ^_^
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Posted 8/23/09
Uhm, I'm Asian-American, and my name's April. Should I change my name still?
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Posted 8/23/09
"Texas lawmaker: Asians should change their names to make them ‘easier for Americans to deal with."
that's a very lame reason. im referring to the American thing. no wonder that lawmaker proves us that Americans are dumb and slow.

On the contrary, because those Chinese-Americans were in America, they must at least have their English names with them so that the memorization of names would be a lot easier.

The lawmaker has some point somehow. However, she should have not used the word "change." Cause using that word could mean a lot of thing. She could have proposed using English names as nicknames while in America but never changing their original names at all.

i wonder if that was what the lawmaker means.
Posted 8/24/09
Asian-Americans should change their names `cause a lot of Americans aren`t capable
of reading big and long words ? At least make the effort of learning how to read Asian
names first before making a suggestion that would cause a portion of the country to hate you .
Posted 8/24/09
No, that's such nonsense. I've scarcely had trouble with foreign names (Asian or otherwise) it's typically just a matter of recognizing that other languages pronounce their vowels differently. Which isn't a hard thing to grasp, it's not like they actually have to learn a whole other language to say a name.
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Posted 8/24/09
Well if she demands Asian-Americans with harder names to change their names then I demand Caucasian peole with hard names change theirs too. I have any easy name but still.
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