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edfed



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happy new year.

i find it funny to have a chill out period between 1st jan and chinese new year.

the year is ending with gregorian calendar.
and then, the year is really starting with chinese calendar.
Post 10 Feb 2010, 12:48
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tom tobias



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YONG wrote:
Wow! What a Serbian tiger!
Umm. No, friend, sorry.
This handsome beast is a

SIBERIAN Tiger.

Only ten thousand years ago, he/she could eat mammoths. I have no idea what they can eat today...., maybe Polar Bears, but they will be extinct soon, too, with the ice melting....

I must be getting hungry, thinking of all the good food produced for the New Year's celebration in China....

Smile
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it is new year here already, 12:45 am. Smile gong xi fat coi
Post 13 Feb 2010, 16:46
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YONG



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tom tobias wrote:
YONG wrote:
Wow! What a Serbian tiger!
Umm. No, friend, sorry.
This handsome beast is a

SIBERIAN Tiger.

Only ten thousand years ago, he/she could eat mammoths. I have no idea what they can eat today...., maybe Polar Bears, but they will be extinct soon, too, with the ice melting....

I must be getting hungry, thinking of all the good food produced for the New Year's celebration in China....

Smile
Thank you, my comrade. I thought the spelling on this page was reliable. But I was wrong. Crying or Very sad Wink
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Borsuc



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Well it's obviously from SIBERIA, not SERBIA... Serbia is in Europe, we don't have tigers here Razz
Post 17 Feb 2010, 18:34
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YONG



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Time flies. Chinese New Year is coming to town. Razz

Thursday, February 3, 2011 marks the beginning of the Year of the Rabbit.

Attached is a Fai Chun (written blessing) that features the calligraphy of Professor Jao Tsung-I, a world renowned scholar.

The Chinese character depicted in the blessing means "good fortune".

Wish you all a Happy Chinese New Year! Wink


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shoorick



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謝謝:)

++++++++++++

or even my "microcalligraphy"


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Post 31 Jan 2011, 08:09
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MHajduk



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Happy New Year of the Rabbit. Very Happy

CNY song

Wink
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time flies....so fast, how everyone doing
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YONG



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The Chinese New Year is around the corner. Razz

The coming Monday (23/1) marks the beginning of the Year of the Dragon.

But I have lots of work to do during the holidays! Crying or Very sad

Wink
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shoorick



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too soon.... just last weekend we had our "Old New Year" Smile
children usually walk from home to home, sing the songs and gather presents Wink


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Post 19 Jan 2012, 10:23
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MHajduk



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Happy Chinese New Year to all of you. Smile
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sleepsleep
I didn't know you were from china.
Happy new year
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another one year passing,
damn it fast, gong xi fa cai to all especially to YONG!

year of dragon, hopefully everything smooth, come what may.

typedef, my ancestors are from china,
now i am located in asia, need passport to visit china.
Post 20 Jan 2012, 00:32
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YONG



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sleepsleep wrote:
..., gong xi fa cai to all especially to YONG!
Thanks! Razz

Wish you best of luck in your IT & photography jobs!

Wink
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thanks YONG, best wishes to you too,

2012, what a dragon year.
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tom tobias



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xin nian kuai le

Smile

today is the first day of the new year, year of the dragon, as noted above, and I observed the solemnity of the occasion by attending, this morning, the funeral of a good friend, who died last week of mesothelioma.

He was not especially fond of computers, but he was a very interesting guy, nevertheless--quite brilliant, wonderfully empathetic, and fantastically energetic.

He had 7 model train sets running throughout several rooms of his house, controlled remotely, and below and above them, he mounted some of his several Harley Davidson Motorcycles. The model trains were larger than those I remember playing with as a kid. The trains had regular stops, with places to take on water, or coal, or passengers.....He cut a hole through the partitions separating various rooms from one another, to serve as tunnels. The six trains ran in both directions simultaneously, and were mounted about 3 meters off the floor.

He was also an organist, and a basketball junkie, a truly rare combination of Spartan strength, and Athenian wisdom and knowledge. His last words to me, a month ago, came in response to a comment I had made regarding some item of gossip, as I am fond of recounting:

I had mentioned to his cousin, "the whole kit and kaboodle", and my friend then summoned me over to his bedside, and whispered in his loudest voice:
Do you know the etymological origin of that phrase?

Haha. Nope. I did not know. But he did. Buried today, first day of the new year of the Dragon.

Crying or Very sad
Post 23 Jan 2012, 19:44
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MHajduk



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tom tobias wrote:
a truly rare combination of Spartan strength, and Athenian wisdom and knowledge.
Kalos kagathos...

So sad... It's always difficult to us to accept the death of those whom we admired for their uncommon talents, abilities and virtues. We feel it like something truly unfair because we want to believe that ideals should be immortal... Sad
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Post 23 Jan 2012, 20:33
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YONG



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tom tobias wrote:
xin nian kuai le

Smile
Thanks. Happy Chinese New Year to you. Wink
tom tobias wrote:
today is the first day of the new year, year of the dragon, as noted above, and I observed the solemnity of the occasion by attending, this morning, the funeral of a good friend, who died last week of mesothelioma. ... Buried today, first day of the new year of the Dragon.
Crying or Very sad
I am sorry for your loss. Here is a song for your friend:

127 Hours - The Funeral
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbG30EBolzE

tom, could you please write a funeral speech for me?

Wink
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