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Ugly People in China

Word of the week: nai kan

Some people are good looking, which in Chinese is hǎo kàn (literally, “good to look at”) but other people are not so lucky. 379 more words

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Redamancy; the act of loving the one who loves you; a love returned in full



This week my word is New.

Mainly because I have been having to deal with the new update in the wordpress app. The change has thrown me a like and is taking a while to get use to but I think I am getting there. 237 more words

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What is the Real English Name of the Chinese New Year 2015?

The Year of the Sheep/Goat/Ram

New year has just arrived (Chinese new year that is.) And this year is the year of the sheep (yáng). That is, of course, unless it is actually the year of the goat (yáng). 316 more words

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I feel like this word applies to 100% of the teenage population and 80% of the world’s population.

Clinomania; excessive desire to stay in bed
Synonyms; sleep, lazy



n. grass or other green fodder that is compacted and stored in airtight conditions, without first being dried, and used as animal feed in the winter.

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Word of the Week: Wisdom

When it comes to our animal pals, owls have always been thought of as a symbol of wisdom. :)

Here are a couple of reasons… 125 more words