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The Tower of Babel: An Instructive Guide
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-04-29 10:37:05 (via noboundaries.org)
9 Tones in Cantonese. 4 Clicks in Zulu. 87000 Possible Drink Combinations at Starbucks. How in the world are we supposed to communicate in a language rich, ever shrinking world? A humorous exploration of the cultural collision of our world's languages.
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Engrish Lessons
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-04-29 10:32:20 (via noboundaries.org)
"Breaking down the pins and get hot communication," or so says a sign in a Japanese bowling alley. The Japanese are pretty darn smart, run the world’s second largest economy, and practically invented the word “perfectionist.” So with all that going for them, how come they can't seem to keep their English straight?   More...
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I Bought A Camera From A Guy Named Fish
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-04-29 10:25:11 (via noboundaries.org)
In China you might meet "Turtle," "Cinderella" or "Benz." The English-name phenomenon is one of the most interesting (and often funniest) aspects of Chinese culture to a Westerner. This articles explores a bit about why....
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A Fishy Tale: The Best Sushi In The World
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-04-29 10:17:41 (via noboundaries.org)
The author goes in search of "The World's Best Sushi" and gets a little bit more than he bargained for. With a kicker of an ending, it'll make you think twice before eating raw fish in Japan.
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The Happiness of Fish
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-04-29 10:14:37 (via noboundaries.org)
"Everyone seems to be so excited about growth and modernization in China, but I wonder if the 'modern' China we are building will still have room for these emerald green mountains, clear blue lakes and warm open hearts?" writes a young woman from Shanghai visiting rural China near Lugu Lake in Yunan Province. Beautifully and articulately written.
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Great Men, Great Wall, “Great” Shoppers
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-04-29 10:08:24 (via noboundaries.org)
Five rules we learned about bartering with Chinese street vendors near The Great Wall of China with our Chinese friends Ice and Tool.
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The Guianas
Submitted by futtrup on 2008-04-23 16:25:27 (via www.futtrup.name)
Travel through Suriname, Guyana and French Guiana   More...
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Leaving Wonderland
Submitted by BigFatRat on 2008-04-21 22:18:31 (via travelrats.blogspot.com)
The more time you spend in India, the more it changes you. Some tourists will love it, many will hate it. The rest will be deeply confused, wondering whether they should return for a second helping of this incredible blend of rotten life, pervading spirituality and sublime beauty...   More...
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Eritrea 2007
Submitted by futtrup on 2008-04-08 16:19:20 (via www.futtrup.name)
Some of the highlights: - Being 2 of 5 Danes in the whole of Eritrea – and not seeing any other tourists than few who came on the same plane as us for the whole week.; - Snorkeling in the Red Sea; - The desolated landscape of Dankalia; - The hike up to the Debre Bizen monastery   More...
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Beruwala, Sri Lanka - A tropical paradise!
Submitted by flock1 on 2008-04-04 17:33:38 (via www.travelblog.org)
Boat trips into the mangrove jungle. A Lighthouse built by the British. Lizards and Crocodiles. And a trip to a giant Buddha!   More...
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