Have You Ever Wondered Why Chinese Speakers Struggle with their Rs?

Why Do Chinese Speakers Struggle With Their Rs? Via MilliGFunk.com

Originally written and published on my blog, A Year in Taipei on August 4, 2006. Have you ever wondered why Chinese speakers struggle with their Rs? I’ve been meaning for awhile to talk a little about the judgments we make on the way overseas Chinese (Meiguo huachao) speak English. First, … Continue reading

Little Tall & His Chinese Boy Band

Originally written and published on my blog, A Year in Taipei on July 11, 2006. Xiao Gao and the Nali Nalis:That’s the name of the boy band my classmate is planning to create in China. He’s sure they’ll be the Next Big Thing. “Xiao Gao” means “little tall.” Gao is my … Continue reading

Treman State Park is a Gorges Place to Spend the Day

Treman State Park 2 MilliGFunk

Originally written and published on my blog, A Year in Taipei on July 3rd, 2006. (Note: all photos in this post are ones I took 2006. If they’re low res or grainy, it’s either because it was my first-ever digital camera, or because the high-res versions have been lost since then. … Continue reading

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