I sneeze rainbows.: I always feel a little awkward... →
It is too bad they “expect” you to respond, but then again maybe learning a bit of Tagalog would help… sneezingrainbows: because they all assume my mom raised me to speak Tagalog, but I only know the most basic phrases so we’ll be talking in English and all of a sudden they break out in rapid fire Tagalog, and then expect me to respond so I just nod and smile and then...
"叫人＂^_^ The Art of Greetings
I want to use my blog “Ouya” as a place to speak out on the finer details on cultural mashups, particularly concerning Anglo-Sino cultural crossroads. Today just a micro-aside on Greetings. Chinese practice is to always greet people, audibly, with a name or title if 1) they are your senior, and 2) if it is the first time you’ve seen them that day. This is just ground into...
"Never Let Me Down Again"
You just have to love the Eric Prydz Remix of the #DepecheMode song…