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    ricecake,

    I enjoyed reading your posts on this thread,I now have in-depth understanding of Chinese surnames and historic relationship to ancient clans on the Asia continent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kirby36 View Post
    ricecake,
    I enjoyed reading your posts on this thread,I now have in-depth understanding of Chinese surnames and historic relationship to ancient clans on the Asia continent.
    I don't quite understand what are you talking about
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    At least I can be called as special, at worst, I am just weird!
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    What an insightful thread.

    No wonder many Koreans have Chinese surnames,their ancestors migrated from China proper sometime ago.My Korean high school classmates once told me,they are related to Chinese and Japanese like a disfunctional family as they put it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricecake View Post
    Interestingly,I haven't met or read anyone has same first name as mine.
    It's a rare written girl name means " love ",my papa added Kanji for " girl " to the left of the character love.
    yeah me neither. My name is quite unique as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chocolateangels View Post
    yeah me neither. My name is quite unique as well.
    Pretty normal if you live in a Western country and have a Chinese name ! Check Chinese websites and if you don't find tens of thousands of people with that name, then it is maybe not really Chinese...

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    I didnt relise their was a set limit on names, I mean its easy enough, at least in the west, to get it officially changed to something unique then that name can be spread by a large following family and boom, new surname.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chocolateangels View Post
    yeah me neither. My name is quite unique as well.
    Then,how's yours written in Chinese Kanji

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