Monthly Archives: January 2011

The last Monday of the old Chinese Year

The latest, and perhaps the last video, of Tony in this Tiger year, can be seen at Youtube and Youku. The Wuxi Red Guards continue their winning ways. How to placate the Tony Boy. The K family went to Yu … Continue reading

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The last Sunday of the Old Chinese Year

Chen Weiwei is a Wuxi Expat Hero. The Kaulins family went to Carrefour Baoli on Saturday evening. Needless to say it was a madhouse because of the approaching Lunar New Year celebrations. The supermarket’s floor was so dirty because no … Continue reading

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HyLite Super Bowl XLV Predictions

These Predictions have been posted early because I may not have Internet access for the week prior to the Super Bowl. Can our HyLite International English School Pickers redeem themselves after having a combined 1-15 record in the Conference Playoff … Continue reading

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The last Saturday of the Old Chinese New Year

Jenny’s birthday is February 1. She celebrates her lunar calendar birthday which is on Chinese New Year’s Eve. (AKIC’s birthday is on Christmas Eve. How apt this is for the both of them.) Cows are happier in Wuxi, China. Friday … Continue reading

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Fryday and it is snowing, again, in Wuxi

Rare readers of this blog may have noticed some dead links in the previous entries. I changed the URL address of the Wuxi Expatdom Blog Thursday evening. From on, you won’t be lead astray in the wonderful universe of Gorzo … Continue reading

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Rabbits in Downtown Wuxi, China!

The next lunar year in China will be the year of the Rabbit.   These photos were taken near the intersection of Zhongshan and Xueqian Roads.

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Thursday Linky Dinky Rinky Doings and Thinkings

I took a lot of photos on Tuesday Evening. You have seen some of them already, perhaps. The new few bullets will list some more. Tony sings Hey Jude! The K family never rests. Tony close up. So much is … Continue reading

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