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Post time 2007-1-20 16:49:18 |Display all floors
chair ,you go to forbidde city  next time,
you can't got a enjoyable point  to rest!
Time for GCT!

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Post time 2007-1-20 17:16:51 |Display all floors
i dun really understand your post, but anyway

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Post time 2007-1-20 17:23:06 |Display all floors
Anyway ,what?
Time for GCT!

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Post time 2007-1-20 17:36:07 |Display all floors
Originally posted by brianzhang at 2007-1-20 16:49
chair ,you go to forbidde city  next time,
you can't got a enjoyable point  to rest!


even pee pee
***always to be yourself***

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Post time 2007-1-20 18:16:36 |Display all floors
shelly, that's more important!
no one can stand that too long!
Time for GCT!

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Post time 2007-1-21 18:45:36 |Display all floors
Chairman, you seen to be still living in a prehistorical age where humans live in tribes isolated from each other!

But civilizations have thrived on opening up to each other and continuously incorporating foreign elements into their own.

Speaking of beverage culture, the Europeans brought tea back from China in the 16 century which soon became hugely popular. Later the British had tea grown in India and thus introduced the tea culture to the subcontinent. Today almost every Indian drinks tea during their free time! If these people had had your line of thinking, this couldn't have happened.

Time for the Chinese to try what others have to offer!

I wonder how much you really know about Chinese culture when you talk about it.
Der Mensch ist das Loch im Sein - Hegel

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