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The significance of one's name|
Since history began the Chinese always believed in the significance of one's name. They have developed a very comprehensive system of naming one's children as it is believed that the name of a person strongly influences one's destiny and fate. Astrologers, fortune tellers,
academics and monks are consulted when choosing a name for the new born. The other cultures,however do not really believe in it and tend to brush it off as superstition. Whether you believe it or not, however, the other cultures are not spared of this correlation.
For example, the Chinese surname LEE (Li) is associated with power and success such as Lee Kuan Yew, Lee Teng Hui (Taiwanese President), Li Peng (China's ex PM), Li Ka Shing (HK tycoon) and LEE Iacocca - once Chrysler's chief.
One very good example is Lee Iacocca, whose last name IACOCCA stands for
Look at the following familiar examples:
1.Mahathir (Malaysia's PM):
2. Suharto (Ex president of Indonesia):
3. Bush (American President):
5. However, no one can beat this latest casualty in bad naming Osama: