Posted by Ken Jiang on August 04, 1999 at 21:42:33:
In Reply to: Re: Ah Sang's name was Sang, but what was his middle name and surname posted by Ah John on May 15, 1999 at 20:13:37:
: Ah Sang is not a surname. Chinese people always add the prefix "Ah" when calling someone by their given name. If your name is John, they would call you "Ah John". So most likely, "Ah Sang" was what they called someonee with the given name "Sang". You need to find out what the other two Chinese characters are for the middle name ans the surname which normally precedes the given name as opposed to Western names where the surname appears last.Obviously, you are not Chinese.
: Oh, one more question:
: John Merrick? Aren't you the elephant man? Michael Jackson owns your remains, right? What are you doing on the Chinese Geneology website?
Your information given above is accurate BUT
you don't have to be DAMN rude, everyone is welcome at Chinese Geneology website. I admire
those people with part chinese blood who want to find their Chinese root. it is the person like you
who I sometimes feel ashame to be Chinese (I assume you are Chinese)!
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