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edisonone Post time: 2015-4-19 00:30
Typically [so very very 中國人 of us]... The laowei, as it seems always the priority  ...

Rare things are precious.

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snowipine Post time: 2015-4-20 17:03
I think here Expat equates to Foreigner.

Ok, strange meanings, very confusing

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snowipine Post time: 2015-4-20 17:03
I think here Expat equates to Foreigner.

Ok, strange meanings, very confusing

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dusty1 Post time: 2015-4-20 17:39
Ok, strange meanings, very confusing

Explanation is needed.

Vice versa. Example? Chinese-English.

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ColinSpeakman Post time: 2015-3-29 08:08
So  Xiaomei Porridge is a tasty phone?

Porridge is hard to cook than the said.

It's said American people don't like porridge

Then,

How about the UK?

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snowipine Post time: 2015-4-21 22:20
Explanation is needed.

Vice versa. Example? Chinese-English.

I'm staying with the Grave Diggers patch from the 70s Australian movie Stone

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snowipine Post time: 2015-4-21 14:31
Porridge is hard to cook than the said.

It's said American people don't like porridge

We eat it!
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