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Bandito Post time: 2017-2-10 19:17
You see you are being typical Chinese...........criticism is healthy for you bingbingbing! Being c ...

I haven't visit UK, maybe I will visit UK in the future.

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This post was edited by Ratfink at 2017-2-11 15:35
bingbingbing Post time: 2017-2-11 14:29
Not Chang e, it should be the deity of moon, In Chinese it should be '月神'.

Chang E is an accepted translation for the deity in Chinese mythology 嫦娥 whose story gives rise to the Mid Autumn festival.  Other Translations include Chang'e and Heng'e
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This post was edited by Bandito at 2017-2-12 00:37
bingbingbing Post time: 2017-2-11 10:30
I haven't visit UK, maybe I will visit UK in the future.

I hope you do. You can then, on entering a greasy spoon, complain about the greasy bacon :) It would go down treat
No, I live above Sunset Plaza, it's a little house I rent and it's a little rundown but has a beautiful view, what about you?

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Ratfink Post time: 2017-2-11 06:27
It's called "moon cake" because it references the mythological goddess Chang E the goddess of the  ...

Thanks :) I figured. Mid Autumn cake would do it. Don't know why but that moniker annoys me :) Star sign, blood group and all things ethereal I suppose.


No, I live above Sunset Plaza, it's a little house I rent and it's a little rundown but has a beautiful view, what about you?

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Bandito Post time: 2017-2-12 04:37
I hope you do. You can then, on entering a greasy spoon, complain about the greasy bacon :) It woul ...

Hahaha, no, that's fine,nevermind this.

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