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Epic Post Where Feminism Mandarin Chinese Collide! Paperblog Pick in Expat

An Epic Post Where Feminism and Mandarin Chinese Collide!

I don't know why I'm so in love with Chinese. But I guess it all started a couple of summers back when I got those silly language-learning CDs at the library (you know,... Read more

Expat Confusion: Speaking English? Paperblog Pick in Expat

Expat Confusion: Are We Speaking English?

It is a truth like a cow (a Dutch expression) that as an expat or a world traveler you have a great advantage if you speak English. You’re especially lucky if you live in a... Read more

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