There are people like Breedmon, who don't want to have anything to do with China.
But there are people like Auntie Anne, who's a Singaporean Chinese, whose descendants emigrated to SG, she emiragted to UK, had no more root, don't know where she belongs to, just keeps her face close to China's *ss, that made her a bit stronger, actually she has nothing to do with China, quite like her fellow Singaporean in Germany who married a German. She talked about China as if she knows a lot about it better than me, my all friends and families, and asked us to shut up.
I think every child would learn the history of Europe in the school. But if she's born und grew up in UK, she would not be unaware of European history, (I was born and grew up in China, we also learnt that in the history lessons)
JR8 wrote: There seems to be a great deal that you do not know about. But at your age, not knowing about Hitler until the 1980's is extraordinary isn't it? Who do you expect to take you seriously?
This world is full of weird people.
I once met a Chinese woman in the uni., who said she is a native-born Australian, but it's obvious that her English is Chinglish not Australian English, well, we happend to have a fellow student who is really a native born Australian.
This one is same, born in SG, stayed so many years in UK, but that does not change the fact she's a native-born SGer. And you guys still can reckon her mistakes in English. She should really worship her motherland SG and SG Gahmen.