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25 Jul 2019
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Posted by u/kuchi-sabishii 3 hours
Kawaiiiiii \~ ♡♡♡
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Posted by u/Fckkaputin 5 hours
**In 2017, Xi Jinping forced all schools in Xinjiang to speak only Mandarin in elementary and middle schools, which is a departure from China's historical bilingual policies.** Staff would be punished for even speaking Uighur among themselves. They would also be "severely punished" for merely "pretending to implement" the policies. There are Uighur-language instructors still being sought for students, but only on an individual basis. Both the Uighur and ethnic Han teachers native to the districts have decried the new controls over their schools and students. Students who violate the polices would be punished with stuff like intensive Mandarin classes, or writing "I will speak Mandarin" 4000 times in a notebook. Now you say parents and kids have choice to choose... :-( No they don't.
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Posted by u/darkalgae 13 hours
Aw sorry about that ! I think you are wise not not reveal much here then if you think you are not "politically correct" otherwise you may have to phrase it funnily or make a meme etc, to cater the users for upvotes and more interactive comments.
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Posted by u/Fckkaputin 14 hours
Her name is 赛比热, (sai, bi, je). bi has only third tone in Chinese, so i think it wont be linked with c\*nt (bi in first tone) by the teachers, otherwise this is too perverted. (I really can't imagine teachers making fun of kindergarten girl with such word...) As for your English medium school that applied English only policy was you or your parent \*volunteered\* to go so that you could get a better English learning environment and probably seize better education/career opportunities in future, it is totally not comparable with the concentration camps which force the Uyghurs to forget their mother tongues, religions and traditions.... This girl is so small but she has learnt that once she talks Uyghur she will be punished, she has forgotten her brother's real name and feels so ashamed of speaking her real name. This is not just about the language policy, it is the country's entire power putting in here to remove their original Uyghur identity, like what what CCP did before during the Chinese Cultural Revolution in the 60s.
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Posted by u/darkalgae 1 day
I'm not sure if I know what you mean exactly. Why should I hide my political thoughts in general? I am not in r/sino and even I get many downvotes because I reveal my political ideologies, I don't feel that's a big deal. I am just browsing reddit normally, genuinely as a real user not a bot or government agent, so I don't want to pretend I am not what I am i.e. Taiwanese. But dude, thank you for your advice, maybe you have experienced something that makes you so cautious.
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Posted by u/madmoons 1 day
Wrong stereotype for Taiwan: Taiwan is not a country but a part of China. Other stereotypes like scooter culture, friendly people, freedom, cramming education, general poor command of english, tasty food every where etc are quite right.
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Posted by u/darkalgae 2 days
I commented sth negative (but true) about CCP's policy to Uyghurs and Tibets in one of the biggest subreddits and I got so many downvotes immediately too. Recently I found another interesting anti-CCP subreddit for Chinese mainlanders who fled/plan to leave their country for good and the contents there are hilarious. That subreddit is r/chonglangTV, you may have a laugh there if you read a bit mandarin.
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Posted by u/IDoNotLikeTheSand 2 days
Taiwan
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Posted by u/IDoNotLikeTheSand 2 days
China
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Posted by u/gekkoheir 2 days
I hope for Taiwan to survive forever but we have a very high risky and sensitive neighbour ... I never want to see war happens on my beloved land and people, so I will pray (which is probably the only thing I can do now) that long life my country. Apart from that, I am not that worried about natural disaster as our infrastructures are quite alright unless anything that is too extreme (tsunami, unexpected earthquake or typhoon) hits us.
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Posted by u/gekkoheir 2 days
May God bless your country and people
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Posted by u/manaluuu 2 days
Ohh Thank you !! I like your stink bug cousin explanation, I grasp immediately \^.\^
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Posted by u/Meatlessinseattle21 2 days
Eww.. it is a very weird message, I hope nothing bad happened. Crime for Rape or Harass Kids will be sentenced 13 years in jail.
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Posted by u/Salty_Procedure_1322 2 days
Can you share a link of the reciting/singing of this poem ? I am curious to listen to it as you mentioned it sounded beautiful, thank you
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Posted by u/redgiftbox 2 days
: Say a Joke : UN.
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Posted by u/eatqqq 2 days
Social credits -9999999
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Posted by u/manaluuu 2 days
If you read the news in Chinese and especially from media platforms like Line and Facebook, you will see Fukuhara and her husband Chiang everywhere and after every refresh. As for their affairs and Taiwan image in Japan, I think it is not clear how would it go and how would Japanese people react after all it is her being spot entering a hotel with another man overnight first. Japanese culture kinda tends to suppress women and is less tolerant if women are involved in disgraceful situation.
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Posted by u/manaluuu 3 days
Well, why should the US "must" has sth to do with other countries ? You already sound western hegemony to me. If we can read, understand and discuss in other languages about international affairs, the link between us and the English-oriented West is surely not that strong as you imagined. Also, to you China is an international affair and you find the reports about it biased and unreal, but for us, China is our common regional affair which we follow almost every day and we know very much about its real situation. For sure, people/countries all have their ideologies but there is rarely a country like China that is generally disliked by the rest and even its neighbors don't want to have something to do with it (except for its money advantage). In Asia, you can find Chinese easily. I have some Chinese friends and we can talk and listen to them from the first place. Before there was an communication app called *Clubhouse* that connected Chinese people and the world/non-Han ethnics however quickly it was banned by CCP as Chinese people for the first time heard from Uyghurs, Taiwanese, Tibets, Hongkongers's opinions and real lives there and that was totally different from what they were informed by the TV and news. Just let me ask you a simple question, if you think the US is brainwashing others, why people still **criticize** it, even in domestic? If you look at Chinese people, none of them (dare) criticize China until they are finally abroad. If you want to discuss more about China-Asia-World, we can continue the talk in messages. If you do want to talk to Chinese people and want to know why they are sick of their own countries, you can visit r/chonglangTV . People there tried very hard to escape from China. And also, allow me to remind you, if you want to get a more "neutral" resources other than the Western one, you can consider learning another non-West language and you will see a similar situation.
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Posted by u/INDlG0 4 days
**Taiwan** // Taipei = the capital, pop cultures, job opportunities, fashion Taichung = moderate weather, gangsters Chiayi = Alishan, fruits and vegetables Tainan = food is so SWEET and YUMMMY, old town Kaohsiung = harbour city, big roads, hot and friendly people Kenting = good night markets, superb beach, good for surfing and diving Taitung = indigenous cultures, mountains, rice, Takeshi Kaneshiro Hualien = great nature, mountains, Taroko park Yilan = duck food, traditional culture museum Penghu = small island for any sea activities
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Posted by u/Yan-gi 4 days
It's ridiculous of YouTube to yellow tag some great creators with great videos because they reveal "sensitive truths, inappropriate contents or sexuality" (which are not true most of time) **but** YouTube accept crap ADs with sexy figures, casino and provoking games to be displayed all the time !!
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Posted by u/manaluuu 4 days
source: [https://www.visualcapitalist.com/incredible-map-of-pangea-with-modern-borders/?fbclid=IwAR2ElKmRx0tTyQDcvDcrbRPNn8lXivUO9MctjJ7qrYJLnJhtIoLoyMBkVtA](https://www.visualcapitalist.com/incredible-map-of-pangea-with-modern-borders/?fbclid=IwAR2ElKmRx0tTyQDcvDcrbRPNn8lXivUO9MctjJ7qrYJLnJhtIoLoyMBkVtA)
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Posted by u/DoorHingeDeliveries 4 days
It looks quite similar to MSA if I am not mistaken ?
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Posted by u/regian24 4 days
This is hilarious 🤣🤣🤣
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Posted by u/manaluuu 4 days
I saw this pic from newspaper, it was shot by a guy called "**Alejandro Sun**" from Taipei, Taiwan.
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Posted by u/Nino-chan 4 days
Sorry I didnt notice there are 4 &5,I think they are all nice knife brands 4- 登錄(Register:)直澄作(Naozumi) 5- [堺和弘](https://aucfan.com/intro/q-~bae6cfc2b9b0/) 本割込(a special skill that forges different metals together)
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Posted by u/Nino-chan 4 days
1- 関孫六(Seki Magoroku), a family name, it is also a fanous japnaese knife brand 2- 武藤 (Muto), also a family name. 3- I can't read it sorry
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Posted by u/kimboloves 4 days
The word written on the 3 Bodhidharma shaped Roly-poly toys is "福" (Luck, Fortune). And "麻紀" (Maki) is a female name written on the biggest one.
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Posted by u/200kgList 4 days
“ 原產於中南美洲的鳳梨,從清領時期傳入臺灣至今,已有數百年歷史,不僅從日本時代就以罐頭之姿,成為出口海外的重要作物,更與一般庶民生活緊密結合。送禮選鳳梨酥、祭祀拜鳳梨求「旺來」、新鮮吃不完就做成蔭鳳梨、鳳梨醬,甜鹹入菜兩相宜。臺灣人生活少不了鳳梨存在。" "台灣常見鳳梨料理: 夏威夷pizza,鳳梨蝦球,鳳梨苦瓜湯,鳳梨炒木耳,鳳梨糖醋肉、鳳梨蝦仁炒飯、鳳梨酥、鳳梨手搖飲、鳳梨剉冰、鳳梨果醬⋯⋯"
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Posted by u/zezzoo24 4 days
It is beautiful and interesting, perhaps you can post it on r/heraldry too? Although they might tell you these are emblems not heraldries but it is always nice to share different knowledge. ( I can't crosspost it cuz I don't have much background info as you do TvT )
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Posted by u/manaluuu 4 days
BBC source: "The tests involve inserting a cotton swab 3-5cm (1.2-2.0 inches) into the anus and gently rotating it." So you decide ...
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Posted by u/manaluuu 5 days
I am Asian but I can confirm that we also don't have a positive image to China which you call as *anti-China attitude*. It is because the whole country and sometimes its people are so unbearable, the CCP keeps bringing up [different](https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2021/03/02/national/china-japan-senkakus-complicate/) [issues](https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-02-26/pineapples-are-at-the-center-of-latest-china-taiwan-dispute) to argue with all its [neighbours](https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-53062484) and forbids others to criticise it, even the citizens after being brainwashed (\*1) love to attack anyone who speaks the "truth" or sth negative to hurt their patriotism. When they travel abroad they also often leave some stunning images to the locals, i.e. [pee/shit publicly](https://nextshark.com/chinese-tourist-poop-burberry-store/), i[rritated behaviours](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCKnjq5ZVY8) and so on. Even when I travelled to China I saw a woman when hiking on a beautiful trail felt tired and decided to walk on her 4 limbs, letting the wind to blow over her dress and reveal her pantie.... I think the reason for you thinking that there is a "western anti-China propaganda" is cuz you read these news and resources written in English. If you could read other languages, trust me you will see such propaganda or attitude does not just exist in the west. [brainwash\*1](https://nextshark.com/chinese-tourist-poop-burberry-store/): now CCP started to educate its people saying that COVID was actually from the US and due to the coverup of the US and the west, the whole world is suffering now.
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Posted by u/gekkoheir 5 days
Taiwan: all kinds of drinks are prevailing, for milk tea we drink "bubble milk tea" and we produce very fine quality of tea. As for coffee the consumption is reported that one person consumed more than 200 coffee cups per year and that coffee consumption continued to increase by 20 percent annually. In general, we love all kinds of drinks.
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Posted by u/WhenMachinesCry 5 days
Strong grandpa
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Posted by u/manaluuu 6 days
It is just like a way to make fun of your friends by gently, friendly insulting. Sorry I can't come up with a better example, but it may be like friends joking saying that I am gonna shit on you (?). This joke sounds dirty and inappropriate but with close friends and with right timing it will be hilarious.
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Posted by u/manaluuu 6 days
Thank you for your kind reply and clear explanation \^v\^. I've learnt a lot about heraldry today and indeed, it is totally a foreign thing to me because we have a different system (always in round shape like [this](http://i.imgur.com/MNNHG3r.jpg) ) but I like to see these beautiful and meaningful designs on different heraldries.
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Posted by u/manaluuu 6 days
In Taiwan you need to take out the sorted trash in the specific time when the trash truck (the left one in the third pic) and recycle truck (the right one) comes. Therefore people often make jokes about their close friends when they hear or see the trash truck, saying that the truck is here to pick up the friends or that where these friends belong to.
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Posted by u/manaluuu 6 days
Thank you for reply !! If royal families use a certain symbol themselves as well as governmental organizations, would it become a heraldry ? A heraldry is always in the shape of shield? ( For instance, the [emblem](https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d0/Seal_of_the_Government-General_of_Taiwan.svg/300px-Seal_of_the_Government-General_of_Taiwan.svg.png) on the uniform of Japanese General in 1899, is therefore not a heraldry but an emblem? )
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Posted by u/manaluuu 6 days
Sword is still very important until nowadays for the Gulf countries, the locals often display it or dance with it during ceremonies or big events. I have watched their sword dance for national day's celebration. I looked up some information and I think it explain a bit of the importance of sword: " The sword has always held a significant role in Arabian culture throughout history. Considered a **symbol of strength, dignity, honor and pride**, its historical use was typically as a **weapon in combat**. Today, however, swords have become a **valuable gift** and a **traditional dancing accessory** at weddings, holidays and national days. It has also become a piece of art that adorns the homes of Gulf society, especially those in Saudi Arabia." ([s1](https://www.wafyapp.com/en/article/the-enduring-importance-of-the-arabian-sword)) " Saif means “sword” in arabic language. Saif is **symbol of Jihad (Islamic holy war)**, Saif is also portrayed on Saudi Arabian flag.Traditionally, Arabic cultures have favoured a curved, single-edged sword named as saif, of a type known as a scimitar. These swords, which vary slightly from one culture to another, all follow a similar design with modifications made to the width, curvature and degree of tapering of the blade. Variants include the Yemeni Jambiya, the Persian Shamshir, the Turkish Kilij, the Moroccan Nimcha and the Afghan Pulwar." ([s2](http://www.swordhistory.info/?p=10)) " During the early Islamic years, the Arabs sheathed their **weapons in baldrics**. The use of sword and baldric was consciously abandoned by the Abbasid caliph al-Mutawakkil (847-861) in favor of the saber and belt. But the use of sword and baldric seems to have **retained a ceremonial and religious significance**. For example, the Zangid ruler Nur ad-Din (1146–74) was anxious to demonstrate that he was a pious traditionalist, searching out the old methods preferred by the Prophet. Consequently, among his reforms he re-adopted the custom of wearing a sword suspended from a baldric. His successor Salah ad-Din (1138-1193), known in the west as Saladin, did the same and it is noteworthy that he was buried with his sword, «he took it with him to Paradise.» During the Mamluk period the saber seems to have been the preferred weapon of the warrior elite but the most **finely decorated edged weapons were swords**. Swords were used in the most important ceremonial events in the Mamluk period, that is, in the investiture of Mamluk sultans and caliphs of the restored Abbasid dynasty where the ruler was «girded» with the «Bedouin sword» (saif badawi). There are no surviving descriptions of such swords but it can be suggested as a hypothesis that the exquisitely decorated Mamluk sword blades now preserved in Istanbul are in fact *saif badawi*." ([s3](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_sword))
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Posted by u/manaluuu 6 days
What's the difference between heraldry and emblem? Sorry if it sounds stupid, English is not my first language 😅
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Posted by u/GoyathlayA 1 week
Taiwan should also be included in East Asia
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Posted by u/mellifiedmoon 1 week
I read thru mirror, hehe
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Posted by u/Oliober 1 week
The calligraphy looks like "灵(?)光煥采" which literally means " lively, bright, shiny and colorful". The vase looks to me like a flower vase and the plant painted on it could be [Lantern Flower.](https://www.facaishur.com/uploads/allimg/191126/2-1911261H22HL.jpg)
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Posted by u/mellifiedmoon 1 week
آريا بلفتا ، Arya in Lifta (a villiage in Palestine)
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Posted by u/manaluuu 1 week
That's not clay but a piece of red-brownish leather cover used to absorb sunlight and reduce the light reflection to drivers.
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Posted by u/Commercial-Welcome-5 1 week
中港臺教科書比較:[https://theinitium.com/project/20201014-mainland-hongkong-taiwain-history-text-books-comparison/](https://theinitium.com/project/20201014-mainland-hongkong-taiwain-history-text-books-comparison/)
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Posted by u/manaluuu 1 week
This was in Taiwan but yes, motorbikes love riding wherever they want.
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Posted by u/manaluuu 1 week
aww sorry for the mistake, yes I mean desert country ..
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Posted by u/MiaumuruChan 1 week
Formosan black bears are in danger of extinction now .. hope we never lose them !!
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Posted by u/quaninter 1 week
The winner is the loser lol
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Posted by u/ghoulsaplenty 1 week
Omg This Can't be True !! It's magically beautiful
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Posted by u/loquesea008 1 week
Wow ! So elaborate, does anyone know what calligraphic style is it ?
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Posted by u/frost229 1 week
you are welcome \~ It is cute to read it
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Posted by u/frost229 1 week
Lol I can tell its written by teenager that is so in love with animation (at least Naruto) ^(祝你跟你家风影大人) **I wish for you and your** [**Kazekage**](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaara) **(leader of a village in Naruto)** ^(百年好合(大雾!)) **be together forever (Oops!) \*1** ^(生活性福多彩) **with happy sexy life** ^(清河书) **written by 清河 (clean river)** ​ \*1 Oops for maybe 1) the person knows its impossible to be with a fictional animated character or 2) the person who receives this note is a male lol
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Posted by u/rai0ny 1 week
Police won't arrest me ? I don't want to be in trouble. Otherwise I would looovveee to wear my own clothes 🤣
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Posted by u/SaeKasa 1 week
Definitely check these Taiwanese singers out !! They are all very famous and great [動力火車](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFJAzTqYFHc&list=RDhFJAzTqYFHc&start_radio=1&t=0), a Taiwanese indigenous rock/pop band that was extremely popular since the 90's. [周杰倫](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIZ5MAwbeCg), the best singer at all time with experimental compositions and exquisite lyrics that covers rock, pop and rap. [蕭敬騰](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qnDlH_S4Fak), pop/rock singer who is very popular and active so far [張惠妹](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dyRJJzlwQ8), female pop/soft rock singer with indigenous blood [老王樂隊](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NbNPJr_0tqA), a relatively new band that has some nice songs. [伍佰](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPpZJlE0Ca8), a legend singer who has a strong taiwanese accent but he is so famous [Old classic album](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgljLuTwjno) with nice collections of the 90's Later if I get some time I can put more songs here \^v\^
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Posted by u/handsomeyaw 2 weeks
Apei Tea Company of Tehran ( not so sure about the tea company name though )
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Posted by u/manaluuu 2 weeks
I think they are fine, the fat butts actually result from the genes. I read it from this news about [big bottomed sheep.](https://www.upi.com/Science_News/2002/09/16/Big-bottomed-sheep-a-genetic-mystery/10411032210000/)
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Posted by u/[deleted] 2 weeks
It's so sad to read about how the family treats the daughters with no respect as if they are just family's possessions without personal aspirations or wills. The UAE royal members know how to manage a successful and benevolent image to the public so the people probably also don't care about their princesses.
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Posted by u/CrowleysBentley 2 weeks
Thank you so much !! Really hope to read Arabic poems better although they are still too difficult for my level at this moment
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Posted by u/[deleted] 2 weeks
The hospital wanted not to show the patient's nipple on their patient education poster but they didn't save the word file into pdf one so now they post it like this so everyone can still see it. I thought it is funny, maybe because of cultural difference the accpetance of nipple is not the same :/
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Posted by u/Misery_Girl_1999 2 weeks
Thank you for sharing !! These drawings and descriptions are explicit
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Posted by u/MrWellAdjusted 2 weeks
Taiwanese pop culture has always been more dominant until Chinese ones rise in recent years, hence it is easier for them to understand Taiwanese terms, accents and grammars than Taiwanese people do to China. But if you talk pure Taiwanese mandarin to older Chinese citizens, they probably won't be able to understand completely. I speak Taiwanese mandarin and once I tried to seek help from a group of Chinese at their 50s when transit in Shanghai, we barely understood each other atm. It was an interesting cultural shock for me too.
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Posted by u/Misery_Girl_1999 2 weeks
Same thought lol
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Posted by u/rai0ny 2 weeks
Sorry for your loss.. :'( And why I said that is cuz I lived in a richer neighbour country of Saudi and people there really separated locals-others clearly, the locals can be recognized easily and definitely got much more privileges. As a non-local, the respect I received there was reduced, I not only had problem crossing roads, sometimes I even got verbal harassments and once I almost got attacked when I was waiting for a bus by road.
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Posted by u/rai0ny 2 weeks
What if that's an old guy, or someone wears dishdasha and look like a real saudi ? would they have the same "privilege" as women ? I am curious now
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Posted by u/rai0ny 2 weeks
Normally a car with one male driver wouldn't stop, but when the driver was with wife, family or a group of male friends would stop for me. I think it is psychologically interesting
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Posted by u/mazenbaddad 2 weeks
Attack on Titan !
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Posted by u/[deleted] 2 weeks
I think the second character is 光 (light), but cant identify the first word. From what I guess, the first word could be 鹽/盐 (salt), then altogether it will be endowed a religious meaning as [Salt and Light](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salt_and_light) . I know many Christians name their business with it.
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Posted by u/Mindyple714 2 weeks
It's simplified Chinese saying 玉兔跃年 ( Jade Rabbit Jump over the Year ), the second character is drawn as a caligraphic rabbit. I think this is designed for celebrating the Rabbit Year.
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Posted by u/Adventurous9738 2 weeks
春風得意(chūn fēng dé yì), literal meaning is that the spring wind gets your affection, making you feel nice and pleasant. Therefore this idiom is used to describe someone whose life, career, romance and so are going well.
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Posted by u/SonofAOne 2 weeks
And [China banned BBC](https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-56030340) broadcasting for it constantly report about the persecution of Uighurs and COVID that are seen as "fake news" by the CCP government. I went to Xinjiang before in 2017 and I saw how polices purposely made things difficult with Uighur-looking people. I wanted to visit a mosque there but it was also locked. I really hope that beautiful mosque stays still ... **Do not** trust China into respecting any non-local religions i.e. Islam and Christianity. I have also read the latest report of Xi's national religious strategy re-stating that all religions in China must strictly follow the leadership and instruction of the CCP. Really sad and angry to see that.
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Posted by u/rai0ny 2 weeks
Really ?? I am a girl, when I was in Saudi sometimes I wanted to cross the road without zebra crossing, no car let me. I had to wait under the god damn summer heat with black abaya until some kind people let me pass and I always run fast to the other side. Lol
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Posted by u/manaluuu 2 weeks
That's awesome, many of these have been sold out in Taiwan
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Posted by u/manaluuu 3 weeks
Ok thank you :-D
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Posted by u/boyahmed 3 weeks
This is very interesting. I wonder what makes Lebanese the tallest amongst the rest, even their neighbours are about 5cm shorter than them.
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Posted by u/YJoinDaNavyWenUCanB3 3 weeks
The ticker looks like short messages sent in chatroom, including Ibrahim greets Omar Marwan best wishes, someone says goodbye because of suffocation (maybe cuz the dancer is hot), one says goodbye as he is satisfied and one keep repeats tune(نغم) for many times. Other than that I can't tell more.
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Posted by u/maximummason 3 weeks
Aw it makes more sense ! Glad to read about him
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Posted by u/GreenBB234MG 3 weeks
I found a [German poet/novelist](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leopold_Schefer) has his name translated to Arabic like the title showed, so the book title would be read as "Book (for?) Schefer", not sure if its relevant to your game
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Posted by u/FilthyFilthFilth 3 weeks
灰版恐龙午睡掛(not sure about the last word) . Grey Dinosaur Siesta ..?. It looks like something used for sleep or nap
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Posted by u/maximummason 3 weeks
I would say its Chinese. It looks like "鄭秋松 (a name) 刻 (carve) ". The first character is not very clear due to the light reflection, but i suggest it is a family name.
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Posted by u/T-R-Key 3 weeks
It is the same case to what happens on Tibetans and Mongolians, these people/minorities have no channel to speak for themselves unlike Taiwan or HongKong that uses the same social medias and know where to make itself heard.
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Posted by u/7taya 3 weeks
r/funny
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Posted by u/budje24 3 weeks
whyyy ???
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Posted by u/Equivalent-Stable367 3 weeks
薛樂邦 on both the stamp and the script
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Posted by u/manaluuu 3 weeks
A flood brought by strong typhoon. The temple locates on a big plain which is mainly used for rice planting so it was not landslide.
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Posted by u/manaluuu 3 weeks
hey you are right, i didnt read properly. I will delete it
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Posted by u/manaluuu 3 weeks
Lol last year he had 64 phones now he evolves to 72 phones 🤣
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Posted by u/manaluuu 3 weeks
I dont think he sells things, he was just too enthusiastic for this game. In fact he has to pay more than 700 USD for these phones every month.
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Posted by u/manaluuu 3 weeks
There is a [short clip](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6RVq_OzPOU) of this temple overview, but sadly it was not recorded when the flood came in 1959. In fact the typhoon and the flood was super powerful so I guess no one was able to stay there at all.
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Posted by u/manaluuu 3 weeks
Many locals and history workers worried that thieves may break in this historical temple so maybe the government will take over its preservation sooner or later.
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Posted by u/manaluuu 3 weeks
This temple is almost 200 years old and was buried by a severe flood in 1959 which caused 669 casualties and 408 missing. It was built beside rice fields as a worship center for the locals and they hope it can be preserved in the future. Here is a [short clip of that temple](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6RVq_OzPOU). The temples built beside or inside rice fields are common in Taiwan, you may see similar temples in [here](https://image.cache.storm.mg/styles/smg-800x533-fp/s3/media/image/2019/08/14/20190814-060845_U5965_M543284_7a5f.jpg?itok=ny5z57DN) and [here](http://www.ziyangpark.jasper666.com/tree/dasuyuxiaomiao.html).
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Posted by u/[deleted] 4 weeks
oh I didnt know that it was post before. should I delete it ;/
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Posted by u/Tmmylmmy 4 weeks
The poem is to praise some talented painters who depicted the paeonia of China (牡丹, *mǔdān*) really well in Song Dynasty as paenia is often drawn to be too mundane and trite : 牡丹最易近俗,殆難下筆。如近世工徒,塗紅抹綠,雖千花萬蕊,總一形勢,都無神明。惟北宋徐熙父子,趙昌王友之倫,創意既新,變態斯備,其賦色極妍,氣韻極厚,蓋能不守陳規,全師造化,故稱傳神。觀南田此本,妍精沒骨,得其變態,真可上追北宋諸賢,不僅淩跨有明陳陸數子已也。
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Posted by u/manaluuu 1 month
It's a tiktok song and I dont know what is its name, I only know that it is a Thai song and is probably from the Thailand DJ [petch daddy.](https://www.chartoo.in/itunes/songartist/1210093076-petch-daddy)
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Posted by u/[deleted] 1 month
Male [earwig](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earwig)
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Posted by u/Misics 1 month
Kawaii \~
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Posted by u/manaluuu 1 month
Also me in final exams ..
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Posted by u/worksfromhome7 1 month
It is the explanation of [Al-Qastallani](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Qastallani) (1448-1517) to [Sahih al-Bukhari](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sahih_al-Bukhari)*.* Similar book (probably same content) can be found in [here](https://www.waqfeya.com/book.php?bid=12437). Basically this book is used to transcribe and interpret the sayings (hadith) of Prophet Muhammad.
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Posted by u/manaluuu 1 month
I dont think so, maybe it needs stimuli
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Posted by u/blueUmbrella98 1 month
一得阁墨汁 (Yidege Ink) official website: [http://www.yidege.com.cn/](http://www.yidege.com.cn/)
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