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Is any Chinese here ?

Lin tao
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:-)

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Matthew Phillips
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This does not appear to have anything to do with Java. I will move this to the Meaningless Drivel forum which is where we discuss non-java related topics.


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Rufus BugleWeed
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YEP
Ernest Lee
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here is one.
Shubhrajit Chatterjee
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I am not chinese , but I love chinese food.


Shubhrajit
R K Singh
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I like Chinese food also.
Last time I had chinese, was very tasty.
Paavam Payyan
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You CANNIBAL!!


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Paul Stevens
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J. Yan
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Originally posted by Paavam Payyan:
You CANNIBAL!!

Learn to use chopsticks instead of hands when eating Chinese food, in that way it tastes better
Anonymous
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Ni hao!
pamchau
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If you like Chinese food, you should try my husband's Pig's ear and Pork blood soup and if he is really generous, he adds fish heads. Or how about barbequed chicken's feet. In some areas they are sold in theaters like popcorn! Great snack with your movie. Having grown up in America, the first time I saw him eating such things, I thought he was crazy. But actually, they are not bad and good for you.


Pam Chau
Paavam Payyan
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How about squid's intestine and octopus tentacles with seaweed?
Johnson Chong
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Hey...hey, me too, I'm chinese.


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Shubhrajit Chatterjee
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Oops .... too exotic for me I would rather go for the simple ones like noodles, chicken wanton, pork manchurian, etc...

Originally posted by pamchau:
If you like Chinese food, you should try my husband's Pig's ear and Pork blood soup and if he is really generous, he adds fish heads. Or how about barbequed chicken's feet. In some areas they are sold in theaters like popcorn! Great snack with your movie. Having grown up in America, the first time I saw him eating such things, I thought he was crazy. But actually, they are not bad and good for you.
R K Singh
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Originally posted by Johnson Chong:
Hey...hey, me too, I'm chinese.


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Tomxh
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Joined: Sep 12, 2002
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Yes,I am too.
Anonymous
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