semi sweet: dodo, you are not going to believe this semi sweet: me and leah bumped into each other at Disney World. semi sweet: in line for a ride me: OMG that’s crazy semi sweet: no intention to meet. me: how did you recognize each other? semi sweet: and we didn’t even know that both… Continue reading amazing coincident
the more i read this news article, the more ironic i feel. the article states: “China’s socialist laws theoretically protect workers even as the country embraces capitalist ways. But the police crush efforts to set up independent unions as threats to the Communist Party.” i’m not surprised but still it’s so unbelivably ironic; it’s just… Continue reading the great irony
from this thread – it’s certainly one of the best ones i’ve seen. the square labled “A” and the square labeled “B” are the SAME COLOR don’t believe it? I tried to do a little photoshop trick. Still don’t believe it? You should save the picture and use a paint program and use the color… Continue reading incredible illusion
remember the ham balls? oh yes we finally made our own. if i don’t write down the recipe now, andy will kill me ^_^ ok this one makes 5lb of ham balls, if you want to make smaller serving, make sure you only use a certain percentage of what’s written here!
we are not allowed to own pets here in our apartment. andy used to own a cat named spot at his trailer. but since we moved, his brother has been taken care of the kitty. now they are on a trip so we can to keep spot for a week. this is always my favorite… Continue reading spot – our precious
There’s so much I want to talk about China. It’s impossible to fit them all into one post. But yesterday’s incident was the spark I needed to really sit down and arrange my thoughts and to give a more complete description about my views on China. My recent blog hunt and news stalking had given… Continue reading why can't people in china view china objectively
my experience online is very ironic today. first i got the email from my english teacher in china telling me he wishes to move to a different district. he says “I have a deep-rooted hatred on those so-called leaders as Party members in my school. No class struggle in America, isn’t it? But in China,… Continue reading undying class struggle