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    Default Try giving this a Chinese name

    A new product that don't have a Chinese name yet apparently. Try naming it...

    http://www.sunshine.com.sg/01bread21.html

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    Default Re: Try giving this a Chinese name

    Quote Originally Posted by UncleFai View Post
    A new product that don't have a Chinese name yet apparently. Try naming it...

    http://www.sunshine.com.sg/01bread21.html

    Google translate says.....

    阳光最高法院白面包
    Shoot to Live, Live to Shoot
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    Supreme white=超级白?

    Pronounced as chao ji bai

    Now......that sounds vulgar when read in hokkien......

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    阳光最高级的白面包
    I eats, shoots & leaves

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    Default Re: Try giving this a Chinese name

    What is the Chinese name of 'strange tasting sponge material'? There you go. That stuff is not bread but rather a bad joke.
    EOS

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    Default Re: Try giving this a Chinese name

    The opposite of this is the traditional black rye bread eaten by some Europeans and Russians.
    Which would be more healthy than a loaf of supreme white bread made from overly bleached flour (to make it look even whiter).
    Last edited by ricohflex; 28th August 2013 at 10:53 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nedy77 View Post
    Supreme white=超级白?

    Pronounced as chao ji bai

    Now......that sounds vulgar when read in hokkien......
    LOL

    顶级白面包 sounds better, no?
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    it's now the official bread of the Men in White

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    According to Google translation: 至高无上的白

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