100 definitions by gunslingergirlvy_c_e

Sino meaning "China".

There were actually two wars: The First Sino-Japanese War was from 1894 to 1895. The Second Sino-Japanese War overlapped World war II from 1931 to 1945.

The First Sino-Japanese war was between Qing Dynasty China and Meiji Japan over the control of Korea. Because of the newly modernized Japan after the end of the three hundred year Tokugawa (Edo) Period, and the deterioation of the Qing Dynasty and its government, China lost to Japan and recognized the independence of Korea, and the last dynasty of China ended in 1912.

From there, China and Korea were under Japanese control, and so would begin many years of oppression and forced cultural assimilation from the Japanese.

The Second Sino-Japanese War began much later, between the Rupublic of China and the Empire of Japan, and was commonly known in China as "The War of Resistance Against Japan", because by this time, the Chinese were fed up with the Japanese in their country and wanted to rid China of foreign rule because of a rise in nationalism and self determination. The Second Sino-Japanese War was the largest asiatic war of the twentieth century.

Foreign aide, much from the United States, came to help China after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor.

Many plans were suppose to be put to action to secure regions of resistance in China, but after the droppings of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan finally surrender.

The Chinese victory of the Second Sino-Japanese War strengthen communist and socialist views, and the People's Republic of China was formed soon after. However, because of years of oppression that were brought upon China and Korea by Japanese imperialist policy, and several war crimes committed by the Japanese Imperial Army (including mass killings, experimentation, starvation, rape and sexual slavery (see comfort women), forced labor, cannibalism, chemical weapons, looting, and torture) many Chinese and Koreans (as well as denizens of countries that were occupied by Japan such as Indonesia, the Phillipines, Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan, and the Dutch East Indies, etc.) harbor bitter resentments toward the Japanese to this day, and no amount of compensation or apologies will ever cleanse the wounds entirely...
The Sino-Japanese Wars brought about some of the most drastic changes to Far East Asia. Following the wars, many countries became communist, some split, some united, some rose from poverty to become some of the most powerful nations in the world, while others are still developing, and whole lot of them still hate the Japanese
with a passion. What makes a lot of people - many of whom have experienced the horrors of the wars - angry is the fact that many Japanese textbooks refuse to mention any of this important and incriminating history.

Now what do you think about that, you Wapanese morons?
by gunslingergirlvy_c_e November 06, 2008
um.....its a store. a store that sells overpriced stuff just like neother mall store does. u dont have to be goth or rebellious to shop there. just like u dont have to be a posing bitch to shop at norstroms.
stfu. its just a store.
by gunslingergirlvy_c_e June 29, 2005
the generation of teenagers born between the late 80s and early 90s. childern who were born in this generation are suberbly capable of operating the increased technological advances of this era (computers, ipods, the internet, other electronics)without much help from their parents, many of whom were generation x-ers.

other names for the internet generation are the iGeneration, and the MySpace Generation.
many teenagers who were born in the internet generation were also generation y-ers
by gunslingergirlvy_c_e August 06, 2006
a tv series where the central characters have the ability to manipulate the classical elements (water, fire, earth, air/wind, and aether/metal depending on the culture). some series include extra elements, such as ice, spirit, darkness, light, thunder, metal, etc.

in the series, the elementalists must battle an evil, and when one element is absent, they usually cannot carry out their objective. they are strongest when united.

also, each character's personality is usually reflected on their element. ex: fire is rash and impulsive; water is calm and collective; earth is nurturing and loyal; air is inquisitive and curious
some examples of elemental television series are:

Avatar: The Last Airbender
W.I.T.C.H.
Sailor Moon
Captain Planet
Xiaolin Showdown

of course, avatar and w.i.t.c.h are the best. :)
by gunslingergirlvy_c_e July 06, 2006
The one question that every parent dreads to answer for their five year old child.

Since kids at this age are so damn persistant and you can't simply drop it without them bugging the shit out of you for the next twenty hours, parents fabricated this "Stork" story in order to divert the truth about the birds and the bees for another ten years.
Child: Mommy, where do babies come from?
Mom: Well Billy, one day, a stork brought you to us, and we were very happy.
Child: So, I came from a stork?
Mom: That's right. Now go bug your father.
by gunslingergirlvy_c_e January 15, 2008
pretty much the same thing as racism, only on more of a religious or sexual basis.
That bitch hitler persecuted jews.
by gunslingergirlvy_c_e July 16, 2005
the most goregous anime guy ever! was brought to life by talented shoujo manga artist, yuu watase.

tamahome is the main male character in the anime/manga Fushigi Yugi and is one of the Suzaku Seven, one who must protect the preistess of suzaku, Miaka. He has the "oni" or "ogre" symbol on his forehead and he has the special power of possessing all martial art skills and throwing "chi blasts". after all the shit that the enemy put Miaka and Tamahome through, Tamahome is reincarnated into miaka's world as "taka".
Unfortunately for me, Tamahome and Miaka have the hots for each other so my anime self has no chance with him. but thats just creatively speaking. -_-
by gunslingergirlvy_c_e July 24, 2005
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