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Thread: Asian–White Differences in Aptitude and Difficulty of Chosen Academic Discipline

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    Quote Originally Posted by bannedmember
    Everything asians are renowned for making, we invent. Cameras, computers games, cars, televisions and so on, are all European intellectual property. Why do asians come to the West to be educated (or to steal our knowledge) if they are so intelligent themselves? The fact those asian countries are even beginning to look like Western countries attests to our superiority and their servility.
    It would be ignorant to deny the importance of Asian inventions to the development of Western/European culture and to the emergence of Europe from the Middle Ages and into the Renaissance.

    Among great Chinese inventions "stolen" by the West:

    • gunpowder
    • paper
    • printmaking
    • compass
    • pasta/noodles
    • ice cream
    • alcohol
    • rudder


    Technology/inventions aren't culturally exclusive.
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    I wouldn't put any stock in IQ or exam results as Asians are well known for cheating, especially in academia.

    Why Asia won't be cured of its cheating epidemic soon


    CNN recently reported that college applications from Chinese foreign students to the US sounded exactly the same.

    In fact, one admission officer read a phrase in one of the applications that sent up red flags: “Insert girl’s name here.” The number of Chinese students in the United States has reached 235,597 as of 2013 but admissions officers said that “as many as one in 10 applications to U.S. colleges by Chinese students may include fraudulent material, including phony essays and high-school transcripts.”

    Cheating is a worldwide phenomenon, and is a challenge even here in the United States, but in Asia it has reached near-crisis levels. Last year, riots broke out when teachers at a school in Zhongxiang, in China’s Hubei province tried to stop students from cheating. Parents fought police when they found out their children were prevented from cheating. It’s only fair that their children should cheat, they reasoned, since everyone else was cheating as well.

    http://www.firstpost.com/living/asia...c-1678863.html

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