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If your answer was 0 Chinese at work, I’d recommend you at least learn the major surnames. You don’t want to aggravate any inadvertent “all look the same” with “all your names are gobbledegook.” People’s names matter, plus when speaking to a non-English speaker you want to be able to call for the right colleague. 228 more words
What’s in a name?
The husband and I (although we rarely agree on much) agree on naming our children; no ‘funny, ridiculous’ names, no names that can be shortened to something horrible (kids can be nasty) and a name must be strong, something for our children to look up to. 300 more words