The All-Thing

All stick and no carrot, since ought-three.

各位能夠讀中文得來賓您好。小的這還在學中文中,恐怕中文寫得不太好,希望你們還看得懂。


三衢道中 (曾幾)

梅子黃時日日晴,小溪泛盡卻山行。
綠陰不減來時路,添得黃鸝四五聲。

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Tue, 25 Nov 2003
Chinese Blogs

Have been stumbling across a whole bunch of blogs from foreigners living in Chinese-speaking countries. Some of them make for fascinating reading, especially to the extent that they mirror my own experiences.

There's a big list at http://www.sinosplice.com/cbl/. (The beige entries are blocked in China.)

Apparently there is some bluegrass in Taiwan: http://www.3q2u.com/archives/2003/09/16/000400.php#000400.

The finer points of fuck in Mandarin: http://www.sinosplice.com/~abtom/2003_11_01_laowai_archive.html#106915867551856131 (particularly in the comments). Reminds me of my motorcycle accident and subsequent non-stoppage of the offending parties. Must be a Chinese tradition.

A retro-blog, transcribed from a decade-old journal: http://chinese-outpost.com/blog/.

I also enjoyed this one, http://www.taikongren.net/hard-boiled-shanghai/. Mainly, I think, because it basically describes William's life in a parallel universe where he made a only a few different choices.

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