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By 13777Tesla369, 6 weeks ago, In English

Congratulations, The TOP 4 are all Chinese. Absolutely great achievement(Doremy's IQ can always HANDLE it!) Really, This nation is very talented in CP. But can any one of the Chinese top coders share his experience in competitive programming with me and how to improve overtime and maintain stability over expert? Leaderboards, https://ranking.ioi2022.id/

 
 
 
 
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Dai Jiangqi, Mingyang Deng won global math competition now they won IOI. Should start to learn matematics.

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Gj! Go on CHINA!! Orzz

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Although China is a strong country in CP, it's still surprising that it has monoplied the highest 4 rank for 2 years and has a gap upon other contestants.

By the way you can be stay an expert or above by ensuring yourself finishing ABCD in div2. It's a clear target to move on.

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Everyone talks about China, and rightfully so, bu Japan was also really impressive. It looks like 4 golds for them.

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    Rat race of East Asian Cultural circle. Not good things.

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      So What do U what to EXPRESS?

      u can tell more clearly

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Interest is the best teacher. Being interested in math and coding could help you achieve expert or even better.The second step is to practise more.This is equal to everyone.

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Imagine being bad at math in China

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congrats!!!

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The TOP 6 are all Chinese)

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    Why are there so many dislikes? The world can't admit that they are nobody without the Chine?) I congratulate the Chinese people, they are great, they are Chinese, not Americans and not Canadians!

    USA chemical team)

    P.S Yes, nobody is loudly said. But the merit of the Chinese in other countries is very great)

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      But why did USA math team compete in IChO?

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      Everyone is Ethiopian since that's where we originated by that logic. If someone was born and raised in US they are American. If ethnicity was that important, Chinese-Americans would be comparable to Chinese in table tennis and Africans would be comparable to African-Americans in basketball (and the whole continent would not be able to beat a decent European team like Czech republic)

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        If someone was born and raised in the USA, then, of course, he is an American. And if someone was born and lived in one country, and then moved to another, then he will always remain himself. And yes, as I said, it's not bad. But deep down they are still citizens of another country) .

        P. S Yes, we do not know the fate and life of each of them. But once it started, I decided to look at the biography of the top 1 from the USA in IOI22 and found out that he was not born in the USA. (you can find his profile on cf, read blogs and google)

        P.P.S Again, all this without any reproaches. Just a constant of facts.

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          "If someone was born and raised in the USA, then, of course, he is an American. And if someone was born and lived in one country, and then moved to another, then he will always remain himself"

          That's fair. Fifth and sixth place are probably born in China, but Timothy (Feng), Benjamin (Chen, Qi), Neal (Wu), Scot (Wu), Andrew (He) are probably born and raised in the US.

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      The world can't admit that they are nobody without the Chine?)

      The world's progress is not decided by school olympiads. And even if we are talking about school olympiads in particular — it's more like US/Canada trend to be represented by participants with Asian roots (yeah, Asian, not just Chinese), it's not applicable to most other countries.
      P.S. I am not trying to diminish Chinese OI'ers power, they are increadibly strong, but your way to say that is not polite at all.
      P.S.S. And yeah, I upvoted your initial comment, but disliked this one.

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        Of course, world progress is not determined by school Olympiads. China's contribution not only to the Olympiads, but also to world progress is also great. Yes, I emphasized the countries of the USA and Canada. (And yes, I don't see anything wrong with this, I just emphasize the strength and power of both the participants from the eastern country and China as a whole)

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          China's contribution not only to the Olympiads, but also to world progress is also great

          No doubt, but not to the degree "world are nobody without the China". Every country has it's own effect on world's progress, economy, etc. And I'm sure there are no country without which the rest of the world will collapse.

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All things show that to do well in IOI,you must be good at mathematics first:)

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Congrats

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Common sense its because russians are not allowed this year!!

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    Phrase "Common sense" is the only common sense in your message xD

    1. They were allowed, just under IOI flag.
    2. Russians haven't won any IOI since 2000 despite they were close to that multiple times (but definitely not this year).