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#5 - akg **User deleted account**
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(12/12/2012) [-]
... Wouldn't they have the same last name?
#88 to #5 - luish
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(12/13/2012) [-]
actually in china and other asian countries the family name is the first name. for example yao ming
#70 to #5 - Johnsfer
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(12/12/2012) [-]
Yu Fook and Mi Fook
Yes.
#69 to #5 - spidermanthreading
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(12/12/2012) [-]
Mfw all of these comments say basically the exact same thing
#89 to #69 - pukingrainbows
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(12/13/2012) [-]
tfw posting them
tfw posting them
#84 to #69 - failflyer
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(12/13/2012) [-]
everyone who sorts comments by "highest rated" doesn't see the replies. its happened to me multiple times. Thankfully i finally remembered to check before commenting
#67 to #5 - anon
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(12/12/2012) [-]
In most Asian languages, the family name is before their given name.
#65 to #5 - MysticTomatoe
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(12/12/2012) [-]
Bond, James Bond
#50 to #5 - joocles
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(12/12/2012) [-]
i don't know what its like in other sian country but in chain the names are reversed, Yao Mings real name is Ming Yao
#71 to #50 - mittins **User deleted account**
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#125 to #71 - joocles
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(12/13/2012) [-]
look at comment 45, its an intelligent way of saying what i was trying to say
#47 to #5 - hairydawg
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(12/12/2012) [-]
In a lot of Asian cultures the last name comes first when a person's name is stated.
#46 to #5 - anon
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(12/12/2012) [-]
I think that chinese and japanese use their family name first.
#45 to #5 - Brabander
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(12/12/2012) [-]
Not in China, where the family-name is adressed first. It is the result of Chinese people caring a lot more about family honor than that of the individual.
#39 to #5 - bankaizero
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(12/12/2012) [-]
They do ... Asian culture has the last name first first name second. Its more respectful in those cultures to address people by their last name.
#72 to #39 - bulbakip
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(12/12/2012) [-]
by their last name you mean surname or first name? My mind is wayyyyyy confused.
#38 to #5 - tonychingchong
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(12/12/2012) [-]
in asia its reversed like my name is brian ngo and in vietnam it would be ngo brian
#36 to #5 - lolfire
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#35 to #5 - anon
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(12/12/2012) [-]
fook is their last name, they just say it backwards because japan.

i also graduated from clownmurder college
#34 to #5 - TheAnonLord
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(12/12/2012) [-]
Aren't Japanese/Chinese names written back wards, so their names would be Yu Fook and Me Fook... Right...?
#30 to #5 - Deavas
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#26 to #5 - anon
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(12/12/2012) [-]
...I came too close to correcting you... too close...
#20 to #5 - robinka
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(12/12/2012) [-]
In Japan, last names come first and first names come last
#14 to #5 - sampls
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(12/12/2012) [-]
Asian families say the last name first in most cases, at least from what I assume from watching hours and hours of anime.
#22 to #14 - mcstorms
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(12/12/2012) [-]
we do that too on like job apps and stuff
#13 to #5 - notsixroller
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(12/12/2012) [-]
Maybe that's their first and middle names?
#6 to #5 - lilpixipie
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(12/12/2012) [-]
fook is the surname
#7 to #6 - akg **User deleted account**
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(12/12/2012) [-]
Wouldn't she say "Yu Fook" then?
#76 to #7 - trollpants
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(12/13/2012) [-]
Guys makes one ******* mistake.

-20+ red thumbs.

Funnyjunk Logic
#10 to #7 - lilpixipie
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(12/12/2012) [-]
it's just the way they say their names. i read a book written my yen jung-ling. yen being the surname