Obviously, you don't get the point and missed it by miles...
Jenny is saying in simple English that whoever find my comment (post#141) befitting is his own problem. If you are not the one, why so worked up ??
The Chinese people in the late 1800 and early 1900 migrated in a large scale to South East Asia due to the prolonged civil war, great hunger and social unrest in China. Those who did well sold their belongings to escape to other countries to start a new life, those who are poor came here to work as coolie. They did not emigrate to another country because they were the "neither-here-nor-there" who can't make it in their homeland. They didn't came here so that they can brag to their countrymen that they have migrated to a more advance country...
Btw, a few questions since you brought out the topic of forefathers..
- Do you know exactly where your forefathers came from - which province and which village ??
- Have you visited your forefathers hometown in China ??
- Do you know any of their descendants there who are still alive and do you keep in touch with them ??
- Can you communicate with them in their local dialect ??
Lastly, just curious ... Can you recognize which ones are your ancestor tombstones and the names on the tombstones when you pay a visit to the place where they were buried ???