Monthly Archives: December 2010

Bloguendos and other thoughts.

If you want to make revolution, you are going to need a well-equipped kitchen with the best cookware that Capitalism can provide. When it comes to Western New Year’s, I am becoming Chinese. None of my students has any big … Continue reading

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Exclusive video of the World Musical Chairs Championship held in Wuxi, China.

Watch it here.

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N.Y. : a poem by Ezra Pound

Funny thing, I was cleaning up my pile of books on my bed stand, and found a volume of poetry by Ezra Pound.  I opened the book and read the following poem at random: N.Y. MY CITY, my beloved, my … Continue reading

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Top Ten Wuxi Expat Occurences of 2010

Wuxi Expats had many reasons to be grateful in 2010. Here are the most important: Stewart Dingle was seen wearing shorts. AKIC appoints Gorzo the Mighty to be the King of Wuxi Expats. The #25 bus hours of operation are … Continue reading

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AKIC, TKIC, and a Latvian Flag.

Photo taken in the lobby of Tony’s kindergarten.

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Check out the general’s medals.

I was visiting the North Korea Official Web Site (http://www.korea-dpr.com/) which could very well have been produced by the Onion. I saw this photo. Look at those guys standing next to Kim Il and a kid who must be his … Continue reading

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The Ground in Wuxi, China is too soft.

Here are two memorable movie moments for me: Oklahoma!  Here are some lyrics from the song “Everything’s up to date in Kansas City”: Everything’s up to date in Kansas City They gone about as fer as they can go They … Continue reading

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