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RKSmith (UID: 1645333)

  • Real NameRK Smith
  • GenderMale
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  • BirthplaceUnited States Michigan
  • ResidenceChina Guangdong Shenzhen
  • EducationMaster
  • ProfessionTeacher
  • Making friends purposeFriendship is essential to the soul
  • hobbyReading.

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  • Online time54 hours
  • Register date2014-9-17 13:02
  • Last visit2017-3-21 23:06
  • Last activity time2017-3-21 19:51
  • Late publishing time2017-3-21 13:10
  • Timezone(GMT +08:00) Beijing, Hong Kong, Perth, Singapore, Taipei

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  • Changes in the local Chinese language 2017-1-23 12:29

    if you know Chinese well, you would find more and more English, Japanese and korean phrase are filling chinese people's daily conversation

  • Today is a holiday in America 2017-1-23 11:58

    I like Malcolm X better than Martin Luther King. Malcolm X did not really like Martin Luther King because he thought he was an Uncle Tom. Malcolm thought that Martin Luther King was a white mans black man. And kind of a homo. I agree.

    USA should have a Malcolm X day. That would be cooler.

    Donald Trump has removed the Martin Luther King bust that was on display at the White House during the Obama administration and he put the Winston Churchill bust back in its place. Trump must identify with Churchill more than he does with Martin Luther King.

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