Selen

shenzhen

China, mainland

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  • Ruth Anthony-Gardner

    Thanks for your reply, Selen. I understood all of it excepting "it is article to say our life experience ---fake in China."

    I have a long time friend in China. He has dual citizenship, and spends most time there.

    In your blog, it was scary about the milk tasting bad and what was found at the producer. We were told that Chinese authorities had cracked down on contaminated milk. I wasn't sure I understood.

    We have our own problems with food purity.

  • Richard K. Emms

    Selen,

       Thank you for the nice message.  I always enjoy your blogs.  Yes, I understood what you were saying.  I was a linguistics major.  Once I read the whole thing, it's clear what you were saying.  We'll just have to live with the loose translation from Google.

     

       Rick

  • Richard K. Emms

    Selen,
       I understand that you live in a very beautiful place, but the culture is very different from America.  I am a humanist, really part of being an Atheist, and am very interested in how other cultures live.  Your blogs have given me a direct window to your world.  It's interesting.  I'm going to put together a blog myself to explain the American concept the way it was originally meant to be be.  I am still an American colonial at heart, (look at my photos to proove that), and live by the original intent of our founders. 
       Let's exchange cultures.  We can all be richer to understand each other.  I'm trying to say, keep writing your blogs.  I for one enjoy them.
       Rick