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Animals / Green snail
« on: January 17, 2017, 12:40:09 AM »

Green snail


A green snail: . :o

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I hope this thread may be useful for the English learners from China (中国) and for the English learners around the world!!! I'll post posts of people, who participated in an already non-existing Chinese-English forum. I miss you guys, I hope you may find this some day and let me know you're still online, you're still alive and you're still doing well! I love this new community here, but I can't stop miss that old one, too! :(

So, let us start it:

Today we'll read a topic about "About making foreign friends".

Tbone
Da jia hao: 
I will take my chance here and try to type what I think about making foreign friends.  It is just my opinion and nobody else has to agree with me, but living in this part of the world, at my age, I’d like to share some things I’ve learned, good and bad.
We already know the difference in culture between Asia and America.  I believe the personality of people has to do mostly with 2 things: The genes that person born with, and the “way he/she is raised”.  People in Asia are raised in a more cultural way than the American way.  In my opinion is more polite. Although, there is “good and bad” anywhere. What I’m trying to say here is, that American people are more aggressive than Asian people.  As I wrote in another posting, this aggressiveness is due to what we are seeing  at the movies, television and now the Internet. For a kid who is growing under these influences, being aggressive is the normal way of acting in real life. So to make the story short, here in America people “learn” to be aggressive in every way, not to mention the ways to make money.  And sometimes aggressive to the point which is “violent”, because being aggressive towards life is a good thing almost always.
For the Chinese guys who are trying to make foreign friends (specially girls), there are 2 or 3 basic things girls like in a man, (this is not a rule, or an absolute considering that there are no 2 persons exactly equal in every aspect, including identical twins, but rather by experience, both personal and for what I’ve seen in other cases.
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1. Girls like men who are very secure of themselves. I mean, they like guys who know what they want, and in this sense aggressive, most of the time these guys have initiative. For this same reason, many women like business men, because “almost always” (not absolute) business men have a good initiative, they don’t “wait” for things to come, they go for it. So in this sense, girls like men who “go for them”. And as we also know, behind business there is money, but I’m not going to comment on this, because I believe being friends have nothing to do with money.  People who “make friends looking forward to make money are not real friends”. Money in the pocket is their friend as the saying goes. So we can be a bit nervous when meeting a girl but never show like you don’t know what to do or where to go. Girls don’t like that.  On the other hand girls like men who are “fast” but not anxious, they have different meaning. Being fast is being effective, being anxious is to be nervous or to have fear and girls note this very quick. When we are effective other people see us like a secure person. If you are afraid at some point, don’t worry, every person in this world is afraid of something, just try to relax. Relaxing is also good to our health, and looks better than fear.
Maybe we are afraid of a bad experience, or just because “we think” something bad could happen. Guys, past and future “do not exist” just work in the present time it is the only real thing, work now and don’t let your mind go in a travel to the past or the future, it just doesn’t work. So try to keep present all the time which is present in itself. Don’t confuse being aggressive with “telling others what to do” making others to be afraid of you is not the same than gain people’s respect (honor). We can give advice in trying to help someone else but “never command what to do”. So at the bottom line, girls like to feel they are “protected by a secure man”.
2. Almost every girl like men who has “a good sense of humor”.  Again, “almost always” a guy who has a sense of humor is a smart guy. And most girls find this to be very sexy (hehe - keep this a secret). Another good thing is that “almost always” a person who has a good sense of humor is not an abusive person. Maybe some women like serious guys but that is not the rule. Many more women like humorous men. And going further, humorous men that know when to be serious and effective.
3. This point is rather the negative aggressiveness, which some women happen to like also. We can find every kind of people in this world, with very weird ways of thinking and acting but this can be a completely different topic to be studied alone. As I said before, violence is becoming more and more our daily bread. Nowadays, at least in this part of the world, (I don’t know about Asia) many girls like violent guys, only to note at the end that they are victims of violence. It is like a running virus. Perhaps this is happening as a vicious circle, because the street is so violent, these girls need violent men on their side in order to feel protected. But well,  I don’t think this is our interest here. What we want to do is make friends not enemies.  On the other hand girls don’t care about your pain in the stomach, or your pities. At the bottom line and this is a personal opinion, both extremes are bad. Being too hard or too soft. We need to have elements of both sides to build a good friendship.
It is not a matter of being good looking or ugly, it is a matter of how a person feel being with you.
As a personal note: Guys be effective and kind with girls. I think Mao Tse Dong said:
- women are the real power of society �C I’m not sure if Mao said that, but I believe it.
By the way, I recommend the movie Unleashed with Jet Li, this movie shows both sides of the coin. Great movie… Have fun guys/girls. 

Howard.Zhu
Hi,Tbone:


The first I have moved your topics from  "reply" to special topics. This is  wonderful  topics, very wonderful. thanks your share your opinion with us that

We can get what's foreigner thinking about this problem.

 

We already know the difference in culture between Asia and America.  I believe the personality of people has to do mostly with 2 things: The genes that

person born with, and the “way he/she is raised”.  People in Asia are raised in a more cultural way than the American way.  In my opinion is more polite.

Although, there is “good and bad” anywhere. What I’m trying to say here is, that American people are more aggressive than Asian people.  As I wrote in

another posting, this aggressiveness is due to what we are seeing  at the movies, television and now the Internet. For a kid who is growing under these

influences, being aggressive is the normal way of acting in real life. So to make the story short, here in America people “learn” to be aggressive in every

way, not to mention the ways to make money.  And sometimes aggressive to the point which is “violent”, because being aggressive towards life is a good

thing almost always.


agree, There are many difference culture in world. asia,america and etc. maybe There are hundreds culture in the world(every country). As you said "good and bad" theory. The American people are more aggressive than Asian people. and Asian are more focus on "team work". for examples korean football team. -:)
also I like America movies - hero story movies. for examples: Sylvester Stallone,Arnold Schwarzenegger and etc.

 


For the Chinese guys who are trying to make foreigner friends (specially girls), there are 2 or 3 basic things girls like in a man, (this is not a rule, or

an absolute considering that there are no 2 persons exactly equal in every aspect, including identical twins, but rather by experience, both personal and for

what I’ve seen in other cases.

 

Specially girls: I have to say something here. What's real reason of Chinese girls want to make friends with foreigner?

1)Fresh and exciting.  if somebody has a foreigner friends,It should be very cool. I think so.
2)money.  As we know the most Chinese are not rich,special for countryside of China and the west of China.The people always think the foreigner are all rich.
3)learning. Somebody just want to learning more from foreigner.
4)marriage. Maybe somebody want to get oversea marriage.

The above is just my personal opinion.  :-), Maybe I not right.

Hi,Tbone:

You have told us about the "girls". What's your opinion about "boy"? As We know, We  often meet some  guys at CC who said "I want to make friends with foreigner". and leave a MSN name or email address.  after some days. The boy was disappeared and not login CC anymore. .

 

So. Can you talk something about how to make forum friends and give a guideline for these girls and boys?

 
Howard, thanx for your confidence and for asking me about this. To be honest I prefer to make friends with girls because they are more sensitive than guys. Not that I don't have male friends here because I have some. They have proved to me that they are sincere and real friends. But on the Internet a person is not always "who he says he is".

I really believe that here in CC there are a couple of persons who have created hundreds of profiles with different names but they are the same person. I think they also create a false profile in hotmail just to get some information from you or me or anybody else but they are not real friends. Don't ask me how I know that, I just feel it. I could be wrong too.

When you find a real friend you can feel his/her sincerity. I always ask for a photo of the person, when I chat with them, if they start to get excuses for not showing a picture, or they just don't give any personal iformation, there is a big probability that person is not who he says he is. What I'm trying to say is that people who want to make friends they show you sincerity and they are honest from the very beginning.

Going back to people who retire and you don't see them any more. Not everybody is the same, and no1 is perfect. Like the case of our friend Ricb, nobody have seen him again since a long time. He is a great friend, but maybe he has to work so much that doesn't have the time to be on the Internet.

Another point is the difference in time between China and America, sometimes makes it hard to communicate, because when one is resting at home the other part is working. So in this case I prefer to let people work in peace not having me bugging and interrupting their work.

Skype is another great tool to communicate, but only on weekends because of the same reason as above, time difference.

I can tell you about me. I'm always the same way, what you see (or read) from me is what you get. I just try to speak my mind. When I find a "real friend" I just feel the "click" between the person and me, because the friendship goes very smooth. Time will show if the person is a real friend.

About the girls I think you are correct. And money has a lot to do with this because as I wrote in another posting, compared to RMB the american dollar is bigger, but no, all americans are not rich. Some of us have to work very hard to get a "small" salary, but there are other topics here about this. I really think this is going to change soon because Chinese money keeps going up and up.

I have to go to sleep now, so later on we can continue to post here... Happy friendship to all of us...

Yes. I must let this topics continue.... :=) It's real realy good topics for communicate the difference culture between the difference time area.


I like this sentence: "who he says he is". :-( .  The first I think the "sincere" is the best important. and then "warmhearted"...


Like the case of our friend Ricb, nobody have seen him again since a long time. He is a great friend, but maybe he has to work so much that doesn't have the time to be on the Internet.

Yes. I know this guys Ricb. Actually, We have not seen him for a loong time. and Redfort,kwengirl,Whiteboy.. Oh, I can remember everything about this guys...  Really, I'm very hope meet these guys again.


I really believe that here in CC there are a couple of persons who have created hundreds of profiles with different names but they are the same person. I think they also create a false profile in hotmail just to get some information from you or me or anybody else but they are not real friends. Don't ask me how I know that, I just feel it. I could be wrong too.
How to make foreigners friends? I hope Chinese guys take a guideline from this topics. 

Nick
Good Evening Gentlemen,

I happen to be one of those individuals who does not get to log on to CC very often.  I happen to be one of those individuals that work extremely hard, and wishes I had more time to be in this forum.

I wanted to comment on a few of the discussion points above.

 I simply have to agree with TBone.  Being an American, I see and witness aggresiveness every day.  And it is also very true that it has everything to do with how you are raised.

I personnally guided my children through every aspect of their lives, from the time they were born, and even today, I offer only my opinion, simply because they are grown.  However, my son is a Secondary Education Math Teacher, and my daughter is in her third year of Radiology School.

Unfortunately, there are far to many parents here in the US that believe once their children are in school, they are no longer their responsibility. And once they return home, they really don't engage their children with homework.  Many simply ask if the schoolwork is done.  With a "Yes" answer, the kids are off playing with friends, or sitting in front of so called "violent" video game and/or watching violent movies.

After school activities are paramount to socaializing the younger generation.  We spent countless hours taking the kids to school functions.  Were we tired after a long day at work? Absolutely!!!  But the kids, they take presedence.  You have no choice, they are your children.  You had them.......now parent them!!!

Making foreign friends is another great topic for discussion.  In a prior post, I commented that I made several friends simply by joining this forum.  Even today, I continue to chat with several of my new friends.  I can only thank those that put this website together for that!!!  What I find most amazing is how many individuals have actually read my post.  What is even more amazing is how many people contacted me from China.  I have had the opportunity to travel to many places in this world.  With out a doubt, the Chinese are simply most gracious and friendly people to know.  I cannot wait to return to china to meet some of them in person.  By the way, the ages range from 24 to 51, and both genders.

Lets talk about personal characteristics.

I happen to have two of the three.  I am completely confident, as well as having this "Sense of Humor".  I used both when I engaged everyone I came in contact with when in Shanghai last October.  Do the women pick up on this? Definately.  But so did the men.  Did I do this to gain any advantage? No.  It is simply who and what is part of my personna!!!

Violence is a characteristic of someone with weak or very low self-esteem.  Somehow, somewhere, someway, most violent people became violent due to circumstances beyond their control. Human nature is to live in harmony with other humans!!!

Ok, now lets talk about money.

Am I a wealthy man? No.  Do I live comfortable? Yes.  However, it is without question, things are not all that good here right now.  Nor is it all that great globally.  There are literally millions of Americans that have lost their jobs over the last few years as well as their homes.  Why?  Because most tried to live beyond their means.  Large lavish homes, expensive cars, and verly large credit debt.

When all of the major corporations decided to do business overseas, the jobs went with them.  It was only a question of time before we could no longer afford to keep up and pay for everything without jobs.  Many Americans get angry at other people in other countries and blame them for their peril.  I kindly remind them that these people have nothing to do with you loosing your job.  The corporations took that work overseas because there was huge profits for them by manufacturing goods eleswhere.  It was only a matter of time before we could no longer buys the items that were manufactured eleswhere.  Even today, places such as China are feeling that same affect.  There is not as much manufacturing leaving China, because a significant portion of Americans can no longer afford to purchase things without jobs.

Even today, being an employee of a major US automotive compnay, I consistantly wonder if I will have a job by the end of the year.  As a matter of fact, I am in constant communication with my friend Yu Zhang.  We are attempting to create a business to supply my company car parts, simply in case I loose my job.

But here is the difference between me and almost every American business owner.

If Yu Zhang and I were to become successful and have an operation in China, most Americans would simply pocket every bit of money they make, and not share it with those that actually did the work.  I, on the other hand feel completely different.  What better way could you show those working for you, making your business successful, that you appreciate them without sharing in the profits.  I can only imagine and hope that one day, prior to the National Day week off, I can call each and every employee into an office, and hand them a little red evelope with extra money in it to enjoy with family.  Gee, I'm not even sure if something like that violates tradition or protocols in China.

Well, I believe I've said plenty here.  At least the two of you have a better idea of who Nick is and what he believes in.

Have a graet day and be safe!!!

Nick

Tbone
Nice post Nick. I'm glad you came back and wrote this. Keep it up bro.

Hi Tbone,

I'm good to go until winter semester starts in January.  Then I'm back studying the next Chinese class.  At that point, between work and class, I'll be off the grid for a while!!!    I can barely keep up right now!!! 

Thanks for the response!!!

Nick

Tbone
Hello Nick,

Bu yong xie... I'm very glad you still studying chinese. That's cool... I keep studying by myself also, it is hard but not impossible. Thanx for taking the time to drop a few lines here...You are always welcome here dude... 

Howard.Zhu
That's right. I always say"Hi,Tbone, come here, The best way of learning Chinese is go to China,you need this language envirnoment,In China, everybody speak Chinese",haha.

Tbone
hehe... That is funny Howard, but so true. I wish I could be there right in this moment.

Nick
Howard, what do I say to your comment above???  You're killin me!!!    That is exactly what I intend on doing!!!  However, I cannot get work to send me!!!

You would think that someone with the title of "Global Commercial Component Coordinator" for a major automotive manufacturer might get back to China, a bit more often!!!

Well, if they don't send me soon, I'm thinking i may have to find an employer that will!!!! 

Have a great week,

Nick

Howard.Zhu
Well, I think you guys great and get a job here easily. you can be a teacher,or work for translation service provider.

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Learn Chinese / English-Chinese and Chinese-English language exchange
« on: December 11, 2016, 03:13:27 AM »

English-Chinese and Chinese-English language exchange


We had a great list in another forum (which is not existing anymore) and I'd like to help those guys who were there in that list: I'll repost it here with the hope that it'll be useful for them. But it's a bit old, from 2008, so if there is something wrong with this good intention of mine, let me know and I'll correct it.

Here you are, dear folks:

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Jingkun
   
   
05.03.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 20 - City: Vancouver
   
       
Hi,my name is Jingkun, I currently learn English in Vancouver and would like to find a partner (no more than the age of 25) to practice native English with. My native language is Chinese. I am usually free to meet up on FRIDAY,SATURDAY,AND SUNDAY for whole days.

If you're interested, please send me an e-mail!
   
       
Reply to: Kant4new@hotmail.com
   

               
Xiaobin
   
   
05.03.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 40 - City: Motreal
   
       
Hello, My name is Xiaobin, I'm a native speaker in Chinese Mandarin. I'am working in beijing more than ten years. I'am an author in China. I used to be a radiologist and a journalist. However, I have been in Canada (Montreal) for around three years. Now,I am a student of UQAM.I'd like to practice my English and French. Send an e-mail to me if you are interesting to practice your Chinese.
   
       
Reply to: redsmile98@hotmail.com
   

               
wenxue chen
   
   
04.03.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 25 - City: Montreal
   
       
Hey, I'm a native chinese speaker, I'd like find an native Enlish speaker to practice my English. Send an email to me if you are interesting to practice your Chinese. I am student of McGill University. I am a kind and nice guy. Look forward to know you and practice english with you soon. Feel free dropping me a line!!!
   
       
Reply to: wen.x.chen@mcgill.ca
   

               
Emily
   
   
04.03.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 25 - City: Taipei
   
       
Hi my name is Emily. i work in Taipei and i'm a Taiwanese. i want to practice my English and make new friends. i can teach you Chinese by communicating in English. if you are interested, plz contact me (Female, age 20-30 is preferred). :)
my msn/mail: emily0395@hotmail.com
   
       
Reply to: emily0395@hotmail.com
   

               
Aaron
   
   
02.03.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 25 - City: Shanghai
   
       
I am looking forward to find a native speaker of English to exchange.
   
       
Reply to: aaronyoga@hotmail.com
   

               
jason
   
   
01.03.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 21 - City: toronto, north york
   
       
i have 2 months rest, so i want to practise my english. i think i have a lot of time to be with my partner. if someone wants to learn chinese. u can send me a email. thx. also, if someone can speak korean is much better bacause i want to learn korean. we can speak english to communicate:)
   
       
Reply to: insomnia_human@hotmail.com 

PeiShiang
   
   
01.03.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 24 - City: Kaohsiung
   
       
Hello,I was born in Taiwan. My native language is Chinese.
I am a student. I really desire to better my English in order to communicate with the world .
If you would like to learn Chinese, please contact me.

I think we can use IM. application like msn or skype to make a conversation, but I hope you have already owned some basic knowledge about Chinese language.

I am looking forward to your reply.
   
       
Reply to: pei.ei@Hotmail.com
   

               
Cai
   
   
29.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 24 - City: Shanghai
   
       
I like learning English,and I would like to improve my spoken English.I'am 24 and graduated 2 years ago.I'm free in the weekend.I'm glad to make friends with young English learners or foreigners who want to learn Chinese.
   
       
Reply to: wenjuncaish@yahoo.com.cn
   

               
Eric
   
   
27.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 27 - City: Shanghai
   
       
Hi! I want to make friends with you. In this August, Iˇll go to the United States for my PostDoc job. So now, I try to seek a Language Partner for improving my speaking English and getting to know more about the Western cultures.
At the same time, this is a good opportunity to practice your Chinese and know more about Chinese culture. I promise that I have enough patience to know well each other and to make friends with you.
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PS: I wish that you speak English fluently and have enough time. You can contact me by Email, Iˇll reply you ASAP. ��
   
       
Reply to: chenggong2006@gmail.com
   

               
Charlie
   
   
26.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 24 - City: Beijing
   
       
Hi, I am a genuine male native Beijinger, who spent over 20 years in my hometown. I am a serious person with humorous character. Now I am working in Beijing for an American firm. I would like to improve my oral English for the business work purpose. My English is above average. I won't mind teaching a beginner Chinese; I will be very patient and can understand what you are talking about.

I have the traditional standard Chinese accent with clear pronunciation. And I am quite good at writing and reading.If you want to practise your Chinese,I will definitely help you a lot. If you would like to talk life in China, I am the one who can share you with the culture things. Meanwhile, you could get more if you would like to talk about business in China. I could share you with some of my experience of different industries in China.

we can meet in the weekends for a cup of coffee or dine the traditional Chinese food together.I live and work in the center of Beijing. We could meet some where between us.

Look forward to your reply.Feel free to reach me at my MSN:stan6688carlos@hotmail.com.Thanks.
   
       
Reply to: stan6688carlos@hotmail.com
   

               
andy
   
   
26.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 40 - City: Vancouver
   
       
Hi,

My name is Andy, I am from Beijing and interested in finding a English parter to practice my English. I am happy to exchange native Mandarin in return. I live in Vancouver and learn ESL Level 6 now. I am free most weekday evenings and weekend. I live in Vancouver west.
If you are interested please send me an email.

Thanks.
Andy
   
       
Reply to: andysun2008@vip.163.com
   

               
John
   
   
24.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 25 - City: Seoul
   
       
Hello, I am a graduate student in Yonsei Univ. I am looking for a Language exchange partner who can help me improve my English. I can teach you Chinese and Chinese culture. If you're instereted, please contact me anytime as you want.

phone number: 019-396-2311
MSN:zxnnnnn1017@hotmail.com
   
       
Reply to: zxnnnnn1017@hotmail.com 


Pauline
   
   
23.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 28 - City: Taipei @ TW
   
       
I've been to US for few monthes. After I came back, I have no chance to practice English. Hence, I hope I can find a natvie speaker (serious) near Shih-Lin District to improve my conversation skill. I can also help you out on Mandarin.

Please feel free to contact me if you feel interested. Thanks...
   
       
Reply to: chanel0121@yahoo.com.tw
   

               
Sherry Xiao
   
   
23.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 24 - City: Shanghai
   
       
Hello, everyone! I'm Sherry, I am a native Chinese speaker and I want to practice my English and look for some foreign friends.I'm free on weekends and if u want to practice Mandarin, please contact me! U could send e-mail to me or chat with me in MSN (lovelygg918forever@hotmail.com)
   
       
Reply to: sherry_xiao1983@126.com
   

               
young
   
   
22.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 23 - City: shanghai
   
       
hello,I am working in shanghai.I just graudated from university and want to make more friends while improving my oral english.I could teach you Mandarin and the chinese culture of course,besides I like music,movie and sport.you can connect me from skypy :sunny.wei0414 or msn:weiyang0414@hotmail.com
pls be free and welcome to connect me :)
   
       
Reply to: weiyang0414@hotmail.com
   

               
Fiona
   
   
22.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 20 - City: Beijing
   
       
Hi,I'm an university student in Beijng and i want to be a Chinese teacher in the future. so i'm here to find a person to practice my oral English and also the teaching skillls^ ^ if you have any interest in it please contact with me.hope we can make progress together and share our dreams of the future! Hope to hear from you soon!
Fiona
   
       
Reply to: fionalupin00@126.com
   

               
tom
   
   
21.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 34 - City: beijing
   
       
Looking for a language exchange partner,I am a college teacher in beijng.
My pronunciation is pretty clear and of little accent, Maybe beside help you to practise your chinese, I also can introduce you some chinese culture and interesting things. Looking farward you reply and hope we'll be friends.

I Teach: Mandarin Chinese
My Teaching Level: Native
Email:516518518@163.com
   
       
Reply to: 516518518@163.com
   

               
suntalk
   
   
20.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 24 - City: BEIJING blcu
   
       
Looking for a language exchange partner,I am a university student, who is trying to find a native English speaker who I can practice English with. You help me improve my English, and I can help you improve your Chinese~! If you are interested, please contact me. Thanks.I’m in beijing, blcu.
My msn:mybtbu@hotmail.com
My email:suntalk@yahoo.cn
My sms:13811352599
   
       
Reply to: suntalk@yahoo.cn

young
   
   
19.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 23 - City: shanghai
   
       
hello,I am a chinese lived in shanghai.I just graudated from university and want to make more friends while improving my oral english.I could teach you Mandarin and the chinese culture of course,besides I like music,movie and sport.you can connect me from skypy :sunny.wei0414 or msn:weiyang0414@hotmail.com
pls be free and welcome to connect me :)
   
       
Reply to: weiyang0404@hotmail.com
   

               
Eve
   
   
19.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 26 - City: Beijing
   
       
Hey, I am a 3rd year graduate student from Health Science Center of Peking University. I am interested in swimming, playing pool, reading, singing and traveling. My pronunciation is pretty clear and of little accent. If you have plans to visit famous sites in Beijing such as summer palace, forbidden city, I can be your honest guide. NOTE: I have time only in Sundays. You may also get in touch with me via MSN: fantasy_eve@163.com
   
       
Reply to: tianmin@bjmu.edu.cn
   

               
Shane
   
   
19.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 22 - City: Beijing
   
       
I was born and grown up in Beijing.I've been learning English many years,but I sitll have some phraseological problems in my English.I hope you can help me in this aspect.
I also learn Spanish on Livemocha which is a good website you can learn some other languages,so if you speak Spanish,I guess maybe you can help me.
I like learning different languages which can make me have lots of friends around the world.

I Teach: Mandarin Chinese
My Teaching Level: Native
MSN:blandahzl@163.com
   
       
Reply to: Blandahzl@163.com
   

               
zen
   
   
16.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 36 - City: new york
   
       
Hi I have been living in new york for 3 years, and I dont have many chances to talk with English-speaking people. I am a journalist of a Chinese language newspaper now. I want to make a friend with you so I can practise my English while you may learn Chinese.It's good for us if you live in Flushing or Mahattan, because I usually work and study between these two boroughs.
   
       
Reply to: liuzhenusa@hotmail.com
   

               
cheriel
   
   
16.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 22 - City: singapore
   
       
hey there! i'm looking for someone to speak english with to improve on my pronunciation/accent. i've been speaking mandarin, taiwanese dialect(hokkien) and english all my life and of course, i wouldn't mind if i'll get to pick up some basics for other languages as well(i will be taking french or japanese classes next month onwards). so yep, drop me a mail via the one below and since i'll only be available on msn, my hotmail email will only be given upon request through email. thanks!
   
       
Reply to: jocadychoi@gmail.com
   

               
Echo
   
   
15.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 26 - City: Xinjiang
   
       
Hi,I'm Echo.I'm in Xinjiang China.I'm looking 4 English-Chines language exchange partners .Native apeakers or English teachers are best! I can give large help with MardarinChinese 2 u .And I wish 2 learn some German also ,if you are interested pls mail or sand message to me !thanks ! xixinayan@hotmail.com .
   
       
Reply to: xixinayan@hotmai.com 

chao
   
   
14.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 21 - City: brooklyn
   
       
I am an exchange student from China, came to NYC 5 months ago, I can speak excellent mandarin and have much knowledge about Chinese Culture , classical literature and music. I am looking for English Language Exchange partner. I can help you learn mandarin and you can help practice my oral English.
If you are not in NYC, we can chat online , otherwise I also want to find some one can show me NYC on weekend and holiday, chat , culture exchange.

if you interested in language exchange

we can chat online by IM, my skype,AIM account : wangchao2009
msn:wangchao2009@163.com
   
       
Reply to: wangchao20009@gmail.com
   

               
TSAI WEI HSUN
   
   
14.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 27 - City: MONTREAL QC
   
       
HI~I COME FROM TAIWAN~TO MONTREAL LEARNING ENGLISH~I WANT TO IMPROVE MY ENGLISH SKILL ,ESPECILLY WRITING SKILL~SO~IF YOU HAVE INTERESTING TO LEARNING Taiwanese PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONNECT ME
   
       
Reply to: u1010029@YAHOO.COM.TW
   

               
David
   
   
13.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 26 - City: Montreal
   
       
Hi
I just wanna Trade my Chinese For english or french,and I am student in UdeM , Thank you for your interesting.
   
       
Reply to: lovemontreal@live.cn
   

               
angie
   
   
11.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 21 - City: shanghai
   
       
hi, i'm angie,and i'm a university student, an easy-going girl. i'm looking for english-chinese language exchange partners. i have many hobbies, movie,music and tv shows...Anyone who have the same hobbies or same major(design and art)is more than welcomed. And of couse,if you want to know about chinese culture and history i'll be very glad to chat too^_^.
my email :lianqi_emma@yahoo.com.cn
and msn: lianqiemma@hotmail.com
   
       
Reply to: lianqi_emma@yahoo.com.cn
   

               
clover
   
   
06.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 30 - City: Beijing
   
       
i live in Beijing, and i want to practise my English and learn a little french face to face in weekend,if you live in Beijing too, and want to learn mandarin, contact me then, my Email: medusa_ru@yahoo.com.cn
   
       
Reply to: hunzi2000@126.com
   

               
Qian
   
   
04.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 27 - City: Tianjin
   
       
I am a master student in physics in China. I will go to nethelands for a phD study, i can write in english, but my english speaking is a in a low level. therefore i want to find a friend to improve my english speaking. we can chat using msn, skype, or qq.

please contact me if interested.
   
       
Reply to: liuqian1122@gmail.com 

Albert Wang
   
   
04.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 48 - City: New York Queens
   
       
I am a freelance musician. I can speak Mandarin and Cantonese. I am seeking an English Native speaker. I can play Taiji Chen style and Yang style old form. I also like to play Asian game of Go but only a beginner. My cell is 347 813 1766
   
       
Reply to: walbert98@yahoo.com
   

               
tommy
   
   
03.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 28 - City: chengdu
   
       
Hi, I am looking for a language partner to help me improve my english, I can help you with chinese mandarin in exchange for help with with. Look forward to hearing from you. Thanks.
   
       
Reply to: free97@gmail.com
   

               
Kendy
   
   
02.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 22 - City: vancouver
   
       
Hello there:)I am a Taiwanese,speaking native chinese.Now I live in Vancouver,BC,Canada.Really hope to find someone who can help me improve my English.And I can help you practice chinese if you need.I like traveling and dancing.We can go to coffee shop having some topics or make a trip to use our languages and something like so.How do you think?Please contact me. ~Kendy
   
       
Reply to: k.yawen@gmail.com
   

               
Jason Chao
   
   
01.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 27 - City: Taipei
   
       
Hi, there.My name is Jason. I am looking for language exchange partners. I am a out going person and I love to make friends.
Now, I work in a bank .So I do have lots of time all the night.I love music,sport pating and reading.I can tell u what is the best place inTaiwan.And I`ll do my best to help you about the Chinese. contact me by
mail: jason700804@gmail.com
Msn:jason700804@yahoo.com
   
       
Reply to: jason700804@gmail.com
   

               
Joyce
   
   
01.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Female - Age: 28 - City: Taipei
   
       
Hello there, I'd like to search English native for the language exchange. Speaking and communication skills are the most parts I want to improve. If you are also intrested in making friends, please contact with me. Thanks.
   
       
Reply to: js_914@yahoo.com
   

               
tempest
   
   
01.02.2008
       
- Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 40 - City: taichung
   
       
I am a very athletic, energetic, passionate and romantic Taiwanese man.

I like all kinds of arts, movie, music, performance, fine arts, literature...i have ever been a director of an arts festival between Beijing & Taipei.

I like classical, rock'n'roll, jazz,pop, world, new ages, film soundtracks......i had learned violin since i was a 5 years old boy until 13.

I am good at tasting chinese & japanese and other asian foods!!

And i have been a journalist 10 years for reporting performance arts, a PR supervisor 3 years. Now i work for a national house-decoratrion website.

London,NY,Zurich,south part of Germany, Innsbruck, Canada, India, Japan, HK and Bali, there are the places that i visited b4.

i wanna show u the beauty of china/chinese, would u follow me into "the brave new world" of TEMPEST!

ciao

JOEY(Tempest)

my MSN:joeyjoey0613@hotmail.com,
my Yahoo messenger:joeyjoey0613@yahoo.com
wanna chat with u on MSN or yahoo
   
       
Reply to: viejoey@yahoo.com.tw 

Native Language: Chinese - Practicing: English - Gender: Male - Age: 35 - City: Suzhou 
 
Hi! My name is Ray, and glad to meet you at the platform. I speak native Chinese. We can improve our language skills at Chinese and English if you want.
Reply to: ljd_dn@163.com

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其它信息 / 关于“为什么个个都是说英语不说中文的?”
« on: December 11, 2016, 02:22:33 AM »

为什么个个都是说英语不说中文的?


关于“为什么个个都是说英语不说中文的?”: 因为这是一个OMNILOGY的(包括对外宣传中国文化的)网站,供中国人和外国人交流的,当然以英文为主,但是在中文讨论区也是可以用中文交流的,比如中国文化,中国历史,吃喝玩乐等版面都是可以用中国交流的地方。 8)

5

Why NOT TO advertise, donate and purchase/buy on/to/from Voat.co


According to our moral values, our sense of justice and our sane mind, it's a bad idea to pay money to voat.co (Atko and PuttItOut. Atko is the Bosnian Muslim Atif Colo).

We already explained a lot about why NOT TO advertise on voat.co.
 

Why now we're reminding you not to advertise on, donate to and buy/purchase from voat.co


The reason is that (as we informed you already there) recently they (the Bosnian Muslim 'Atko' and that 'PuttItOut') are begging the voaters (the voat.co's visitors and members) for more money again!
PuttItOut announced a few days ago that "Voat Merchandise Available!" (their subdomain store.voat.co) and he explained that voat.co has not finalized financing. (This means they are 'ENTIRELY user supported', and this is where things get serious: if they can't sustain operation costs via donations, ads and merchandise then their 'runway is limited'. And by purchasing voat.co merchandise you help in 2 very important ways: It helps keep voat.co running, and secondly you're helping voat.co with grassroots marketing (guerrilla marketing). Both are critical to our community’s future.
The Bosnian Muslim (Atif Colo, aka 'Atko') 12-13 days ago made his 'A public call for funding', where he publish that Voat.co gets money 'primarily' from the voaters' donations and ad-sales, but ad-sales have so far been unable to cover the expenses (donations and ads combined can no longer cover voat.co's hosting fees). They don’t want to change what voat.co 'stands for' or voat.co's 'core principles', and thus they need 'your help' (i.e. they need more and more your and others money!). If you have contacts or relationships with potential investors who also believe in and support their 'Freedom of Speech' commitment (which is fake and we explain it many times here in seo-forum-seo-luntan), 'please let us know and please let them know that we need their help'. (And until they have a permanent solution, they need you to donate, buy ads and merchandise...)

NOW about the so called 'Free Speech' on voat.co -- It's fake. (Don't forget that they're banning a lot of websites even AGAINST THEIR OWN RULES; Don't forget that 'Fat People Hate' bans and silences many people too, also against the 'Free speech' declared by voat.co!). See this post of a person nicked 'SaneGoatiSwear':
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[–] SaneGoatiSwear -2 points (+8|-10) 1.3 days ago  (edited 1.3 days ago)
Free Speech *
except for the following:

-ccp account restrictions, accounts with -ccp have massive restrictions

-posting restrictions. post sub timing restrictions per hour and per day and not faster than every 30 seconds

-voting restrictions. 0.5 votes per 1 ccp in 24 hours,

- - all on ALL accounts,

- - and even greater restrictions on new accounts and generally on accounts other people haven't upvoated much

- - and certain topics will get you admin-approved downvoat and shill brigade against you... and more!

- - and the admins say more on the way!!

voat has freeze peach not free speech

(taking your comment because downvoat brigade's trying to silence me lol)

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Once again this is why NOT TO advertise, donate and purchase (buy) on voat.co, to voat.co and from voat.co. Well, it's up to you anyway; we don't (and we can't) press anybody to give them money or not to give them money. You're free people and you decide how to spend and how to respect your money!

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Around 1,500 migrants have rioted in Bulgaria's largest refugee camp


Around 1,500 migrants have rioted in Bulgaria's largest refugee camp. Read: https://www.yahoo.com/news/migrants-police-clash-bulgaria-refugee-camp-195111427.html

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Ron His Horse Is Thunder


A man (an American Indian) with an interesting name (from my point of view). His name(-s) is(are) Ron His Horse Is Thunder (Ron McNeil). His native name is given to him by his grandfather and it is 'Tasunka Wakinyan', which means, in English 'His Horse Is Thunder'. 

I saw this man for the first time tonight, when I watched CCTV. More about Ron: http://www.legalspan.com/catalog2/faculty.asp?UserID=20070329977201163021%20%20%20%20%20%20, https://www.linkedin.com/in/ron-his-horse-is-thunder-37857551.

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Social network | SEO - Social network / Development VS eco-protection
« on: October 10, 2016, 12:32:17 AM »

Development versus eco-protection


How do you think about it? Development VS eco-protection.

9

Fidel Castro -- 90th birthday


Cuba celebrates Fidel Castro turning 90. Cubans salsa into Fidel Castro's 90th birthday. So... Happy 90-th birthday to el Comandante Fidel Castro!

Feliz cumpleaños!!!

10
Social network | SEO - Social network / Pokemon Go forum
« on: July 20, 2016, 09:37:34 PM »

Pokemon Go

forum


I think we can start a thread about Pokemon Go in this forum. And if we see some good interest about it here, we may create a new Pokemon Go forum in just a few hours. I mean it.

Feel welcome to discuss about these


Feel welcome to discuss and post about:
  • Pokemon Go
  • Pokemon Go forums
.

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Other languages / アマゾン
« on: July 19, 2016, 02:56:57 AM »

アマゾン


アマゾン. アマゾン?

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Avoid this lie. It's not Facebook's!


Avoid 'facebook's' data to calculate the compatibility between two people!!! It's a lie. It's not Facebook's!

That 'test' is a trick! The link will trick you into believing it uses Facebook's data to calculate the compatibility between two people. The name they select on this page will be emailed to the liar, thus revealing your secret crush!!!

How it works? The liars use fblovetest.com and login with their Facebook account and a custom page will be created for them. This page will look like a Facebook Compatibility Test but it will actually be programmed with hidden instructions to email them any information entered on it!!!

The next step is to send their custom page to all their friends (or anybody they want) and convince them to try out this "amazing new compatibility test". The link can be sent via email, private message or it can even be posted on their walls. Posting it on their walls is a way to trick multiple people at the same time!!!

Believing you've been sent a link to a compatibility test, you probably will be tricked into testing your compatibility with someone you secretly admire! This however will not happen, instead the name/names you enter on that page will be emailed to the liars! Congratulations! They've just found out who you secretly have a crush on!!! It's nasty!

So, avoid these 'compatibility tests'!!! 

(Currently I don't use Facebook, but I know many of you do! So, be careful!!!)

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Prince William wins support from Monica Lewinsky for his campaign to end cyberbullying.


Prince William (Prince William, Duke of Cambridge: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_William,_Duke_of_Cambridge) wins support from Monica Lewinsky for his campaign to end cyberbullying.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3660608/Monica-Lewinsky-supports-Prince-William-s-campaign-end-cyberbullying.html#ixzz4Cyx3CkR1
Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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Nigel Farage's full speech to the European Parliament


If you never heard of Nigel Farage (or you want to know more about him), you mare read on: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nigel_Farage.

And now the full speech to the European parliament:

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Isn't it funny? When I came here 17 years ago and I said that I wanted to lead a campaign to get Britain to leave the European Union, you all laughed at me – well I have to say, you're not laughing now, are you? The reason you're so upset, you're so angry, has been perfectly clear, from all the angry exchanges this morning.
You as a political project are in denial. You're in denial that your currency is failing. Just look at the Mediterranean! As a policy to impose poverty on Greece and the Mediterranean you've done very well.
You're in denial over Mrs. Merkel's call for as many people as possible to cross the Mediterranean – which has led to massive divisions between within countries and between countries.
The biggest problem you've got and the main reason the UK voted the way it did is because you have by stealth and deception, and without telling the truth to the rest of the peoples of Europe, you have imposed upon them a political union.
When the people in 2005 in the Netherlands and France voted against that political union and rejected the constitution you simply ignored them and brought the Lisbon treaty in through the back door.
What happened last Thursday was a remarkable result – it was a seismic result. Not just for British politics, for European politics, but perhaps even for global politics too.
Because what the little people did, what the ordinary people did – what the people who'd been oppressed over the last few years who'd seen their living standards go down did – was they rejected the multinationals, they rejected the merchant banks, they rejected big politics and they said actually, we want our country back, we want our fishing waters back, we want our borders back.
We want to be an independent, self-governing, normal nation. That is what we have done and that is what must happen. In doing so we now offer a beacon of hope to democrats across the rest of the European continent. I'll make one prediction this morning: the United Kingdom will not be the last member state to leave the European Union.
The question is what do we do next? It is up to the British government to invoke article 50 and I don't think we should spend too long in doing it. I totally agree that the British people have voted, we need to make sure that it happens.
What I'd like to see is a grownup and sensible attitude to how we negotiate a different relationship. I know that virtually none of you have never done a proper job in your lives, or worked in business, or worked in trade, or indeed ever created a job. But listen, just listen.
You're quite right Mr Schultz – Ukip used to protest against the establishment and now the establishment protests against Ukip. Something has happened here. Let us listen to some simple pragmatic economics – my country and your country, between us we do an enormous amount of business in goods and services.
That trade is mutually beneficial to both of us, that trade matters. If you were to cut off your noses to spite your faces and reject any idea of a sensible trade deal the consequences would be far worse for you than it would be for us.
Even no deal is better for the United Kingdom is better than the current rotten deal that we've got. But if we were to move to a position where tariffs were reintroduced on products like motorcars then hundreds of thousands of German works would risk losing their jobs.
Why don't we be grown up, pragmatic, sensible, realistic and let's cut between us a sensible tariff-free deal and thereafter recognize that the United Kingdom will be your friend, that we will trade with you, cooperate with you, we will be your best friends in the world.
Do that, do it sensibly, and allow us to go off and pursue our global ambitions and future.

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Other topics / Where is the Pentagon
« on: June 19, 2016, 02:46:42 PM »

About 'Where is the Pentagon?'


I know some people has no idea where is the Pentagon. Notice: not 'pentagon'; 'Pentagon'. Capital letter 'p'.

If you think about the pentagon -- it's (in geometry, of course) a kind of polygon. Its name comes from  the Greek words 'πέντε' (pente) and 'γωνία' (gonia), meaning 'five' ('5') and 'angle'). It is any five-sided polygon (or 5-gon). And the sum of the internal angles in a simple pentagon is 540°. (Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentagon).

But the question is about the Pentagon. Where is the Pentagon? It is in the US, North America.

An interesting picture about it. Enjoy: By Fosnez - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Building_and_ship_comparison2.svg, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3396015

This shows the Pentagon compared to several large structures: 1. blue: The Pentagon, 1414 ft or 431 m, 2. pink:   RMS Queen Mary 2, 1132 ft or 345 m, 3. yellow:   USS Enterprise (CVN-65), 1122 ft or 342 m, 4. green:   Hindenburg, 804 ft or 245 m, 5.purple:   Yamato, 863 ft or 263 m, 6. gray:   Empire State Building, 1453 ft or 443 m, 7. red:   Knock Nevis tanker, 1503 ft or 458 m.

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