Monthly Archives: December 2007

The King and I go out on the second last night of the year.

I have no idea what I will do this New Year’s Eve.  Having Tony does pose logistical problems.  I will finish work at nine PM.  I have floated the idea with the King to maybe go to a pub for … Continue reading

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The Great Fall of China?

This article says the China’s economy is much, much smaller than thought.  It goes on to predict tough times ahead for China.

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AKIC 2007 bests and worsts

AKIC Man of the Year 2007 The honor goes to U.S. General David Petraeus, the commander of the Surge in Iraq.  His generalship has lead to use of the word victory. AKIC Woman of the Year 2007 My Wife, of course. AKIC … Continue reading

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Predictions from the Students for 2008

China will win more than 30 gold medals at the 2008 Olympics. House prices will go down. China will go to war with Taiwan. House prices will go up. The CPI will go down. Hilary will win the 2008 Presidential … Continue reading

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Watching the NFL … Live!

A rare treat for me.  Because the NFL is having a late Saturday Night Game in North America, I can watch the game live here in China (thanks to the TVU player).  The Patriots are playing the Giants and, as … Continue reading

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Saturday Morning Calisthenics.

I walked past the grounds of Big Bridge Middle School in downtown Wuxi and this is what I saw at 900 AM.  You would never see this in Canada. The authorities in Pakistan are saying that Benazir Bhutto was not … Continue reading

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Tuesday (Saturday) Morning

I finished reading a Louis L’Amour novel, the first of my life.  I have seen his books everywhere till I got to China.  Now, I have an urge to read them. The windows are full of condensation this morning.  It is … Continue reading

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