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    Quote Originally Posted by Pen15
    People in this site is Uneducated.
    Hahahahahahahahaha...dumbass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pen15
    This is the PM I send him.



    If anyone of you know anything, you'd know that it is almost IMPOSSIBLE for a young chinese adult to travel to the US (unless you are hella rich, America welcome rich people). It'd be harder to get a Japan visa.

    http://travel.state.gov/travel/tips/...ures_1229.html

    If you have any questions about applying a US Visa for a friend in China, give these people a call, tell them you want your friend to come over to join a MMA event, see what they'll say.



    People in this site is Uneducated.
    Getting a visa isn't hard because of the Chinese government, it's hard because of the USA's government.
    Tough is not how you act, tough is how you train.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feedback
    Getting a visa isn't hard because of the Chinese government, it's hard because of the USA's government.
    Cause Chinese man will DimMak Liddell!!!

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    I think PENIS's statement that Chinese don't compete in events like UFC or PRIDE because they can't get visas is not totally accurate. Yes it is difficult to get visas to the U.S. and Japan partly because those governments make it difficult and partly because China makes it difficult. But if visas were not an issue I still don't think you would see any Chinese competitors coming to the U.S. or Japan. They're just not ready yet.

    I know that there was an MMA competition in Beijing in recent months and I believe that there were some PRIDE representatives there scouting the talent.

    When PRIDE officials believe that some of the clubs in China are producing competitive fighters they will start bringing them to Japan to fight, it won't be a visa issue. China doesn't have anyone that has proven themselves enough yet to warrant any interest from Pride or UFC, but I believe that will change in the near future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pen15
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    If anyone of you know anything, you'd know that it is almost IMPOSSIBLE for a young chinese adult to travel to the US (unless you are hella rich, America welcome rich people). It'd be harder to get a Japan visa.

    http://travel.state.gov/travel/tips/...ures_1229.html

    If you have any questions about applying a US Visa for a friend in China, give these people a call, tell them you want your friend to come over to join a MMA event, see what they'll say.



    People in this site is Uneducated.
    That's the requirements to travel TO china not from it.


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    We all know that Chinese people never leave China.. nope, never happens. Only the wealthy ones do. Those Chinese athletes in the olympics.. not really Chinese, they are outsourced from Taiwan.


    I get the feeling if the PRC thought that they there was a great MMA fighter in China, he'd probably get all expenses paid to compete. Am I wrong in this line of thinking?
    "Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities." Voltaire.

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    Not over zealous, but just zealous enough. 病気の粗悪品

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaiboxerken
    We all know that Chinese people never leave China.. nope, never happens. Only the wealthy ones do. Those Chinese athletes in the olympics.. not really Chinese, they are outsourced from Taiwan.


    I get the feeling if the PRC thought that they there was a great MMA fighter in China, he'd probably get all expenses paid to compete. Am I wrong in this line of thinking?
    Yeah, I though all those Chinese dudes down a Buffet City and China Star were fake Chinese!

    People often tell me that I fail to see the gravity of the situation.
    I see the gravity, and I say...

    Step right up folks and watch me defy gravity!

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    ...nothing unusual about a body in the harbor, but pen15 was last seen at a party aboard Han's private junk...

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