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Postby mr_Love » Sat Nov 27, 2004 9:19 pm

welcome back redrose

how was your birthday party.....

hey .... you got five star ......!!!1 :)

thank for this short tour in china .

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wish our dreams all come true!

Postby dennisyungaha » Thu Dec 09, 2004 5:19 am

everyone has there own dream. if i have got enough money and time i would like to go to BEIJING,the capital of china.
although i am a chinese , i havenot been to beijing before,
the bejing city is really a beautiful old city,you can see many chinese traditional construction ,most of them built hundreds years ago.
I am just a country boy from China,hope to make friends with all of you!and my MSN:shieai@hotmail.com ,
And my email is dennisyungaha@126.com ,Hope hearing from you!!

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Postby RedRose » Sat Dec 11, 2004 2:24 pm

YES, BeiJing is graceful!

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Postby Dixie » Sat Dec 11, 2004 2:45 pm

... delicious spring rolls!!! :mrgreen:

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Postby Elba » Sun Dec 12, 2004 1:36 am

How about you Dixie?, Where did you go?
RedRose some people prefer go out of the country because they think that they know all about they land. I like México city -where I live- too much, I enjoy walking through the dawn town, my city is the best -I think-, but If I have the oportunity to trip I´d like go to England, India, Russia, Hungary, Italy, and of course to China in order to know The Prohibited City.
I was at Cuba in 1984, beautiful country, friendly people, bad government and bad international comunity too.

At México I have visit different states -regions- and all of them have something special.

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Postby Dixie » Sun Dec 12, 2004 11:29 am

Elba wrote:How about you Dixie?, Where did you go?


When? :D

Elba wrote:... and of course to China in order to know The Prohibited City.


WOW that really sounds interesting! What's The Prohibited City :?:

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Postby Elba » Tue Dec 14, 2004 11:23 pm

The prohibited city is the place where the last emperor lived. Ok Red Rose talk about that historic period, ¡you know the history of china better than me!

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Postby RedRose » Sun Dec 26, 2004 3:16 pm

Elba wrote:The prohibited city is the place where the last emperor lived. Ok Red Rose talk about that historic period, ¡you know the history of china better than me!


honey, I always failed each of historic examinations while I was a high school student :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:

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Postby Unknownsu » Mon Jan 10, 2005 8:45 pm

Redrose, you should be ashamed to call yourself Chinese. lol J/K. I hope I am still welcomed when I visit you sometime this year! Or maybe I should go visit your parents...

Elba, it's actually called the Forbidden City. It's a palatial architectural complex that covers an area of over 2,350,000 square feet and contains 9,999 rooms. It was used to accomodate the ancient emperors of China.

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Postby RedRose » Tue Jan 11, 2005 4:39 am

Unknownsu wrote:Redrose, you should be ashamed to call yourself Chinese. lol J/K. I hope I am still welcomed when I visit you sometime this year! Or maybe I should go visit your parents....


Now I know about prohibited city well. but then I didn't know what "prohibited" meant! due to my teacher, Unknownsu hadn't taught me well :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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Postby Unknownsu » Tue Jan 11, 2005 4:46 pm

RedRose wrote:Now I know about prohibited city well. but then I didn't know what "prohibited" meant! due to my teacher, Unknownsu hadn't taught me well :mrgreen: :mrgreen:


Wait a second, you are Chinese. You live in China. How could you expect me to teach you about Chinese architecture? Shouldn't you be the one teaching me? Because you don't know, you put the blame on me and call me an incompetent teacher. There's no need for you to come to Canada to kill me, I think I will go kill myself to save you the hassle.
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Postby Elba » Tue Jan 11, 2005 9:00 pm

hey hey hey.Don´t fight Ok.
Tell me more about the forbidden city.
Have you ever seen "The last emperor" movie of Viscontti?
It was real all what happen in the forbidden city acording to the movie?

RedRose

Postby RedRose » Wed Jan 12, 2005 8:20 am

Unknownsu wrote:
RedRose wrote:Now I know about prohibited city well. but then I didn't know what "prohibited" meant! due to my teacher, Unknownsu hadn't taught me well :mrgreen: :mrgreen:


Wait a second, you are Chinese. You live in China. How could you expect me to teach you about Chinese architecture? Shouldn't you be the one teaching me? Because you don't know, you put the blame on me and call me an incompetent teacher. There's no need for you to come to Canada to kill me, I think I will go kill myself to save you the hassle.


I mean I didn't know what this english word "prohibited" meant at that time! I didn't mean that you should teach me Chinese history. oh, it seems that I should kill you as well as myself. :cry:


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