I now have a cat to accompany my dog-type-thing. He’s a jealous little baby.
A hot meal on a cold evening
Amateur photographer from Shanghai
Lived in Singapore for 2 years
Mix of Shanghainese, Chinese and Singaporean culture
I don’t have a specific style but I’ll just say street photographer for most of the time.
American English is Changing Fast (by MidweekPolitics)
—William Labov, Profesor of Linguistics at University of Pennsylvania and author of Dialect Diversity in America, joins David to discuss the various and changing dialects and accents spoken in American English, and the political nd economic factors in those dialects
This is great. Chinese Twitter users have created many new words by combining other ones.
This is probably the best thing in the history of both the Chinese and English languages.
Word of the Day
Word of the Day #1:
Defenerate: the verb to throw something or someone out a window
Yes this is a real word. God bless the English language.