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    Default Who's based in Taiwan/ totally familiar with Taiwan?

    Or can read the oldish Chinese text at yahoo.com.tw?

    Need some help to find something.

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    i'm going there next month..... *argh*
    you can buy better gear but you can't buy a better eye

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    what do u wanna know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren
    i'm going there next month..... *argh*
    can go there still *argh* ????

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    military training I guess?

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    TRiShnDaisy is a female lah!
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    Sounds like a job for...... ME. :P
    I'm in Taiwan now, and will be here for a few more months. What do you want to look for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpenza
    military training I guess?
    yamanz.....
    you can buy better gear but you can't buy a better eye

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRiShnDaisy
    Or can read the oldish Chinese text at yahoo.com.tw?

    Need some help to find something.

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    TRiSh
    Oldish chinese text??

    u mean traditional chinese right?? Taiwan and HK still use them, anyway I can read and write traditional & simplified chinese, how can i help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wai
    Oldish chinese text??

    u mean traditional chinese right?? Taiwan and HK still use them, anyway I can read and write traditional & simplified chinese, how can i help?
    It's not oldish, it really has a lot of meaning you know. Though it makes more practical use, the Simplified Chinese characters that we learn in school isn't elegant as I've found out here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prismatic
    It's not oldish, it really has a lot of meaning you know. Though it makes more practical use, the Simplified Chinese characters that we learn in school isn't elegant as I've found out here.
    duh...of cos i know...i grow up in a country that uses traditional chinese

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    Hey everyone, thanks for responding. Shadus, RuthBaby, Prismatic and Wai - You've got PM

    Thanks,
    TRiSh

    p.s. Prismatic, sorry I didn't mean to be rude. I do appreciate the Chinese Language and was completely awed when I watched the Huan Zhu Ge Ge series. But since the A2 for the subject at 'O' level, it's been downhill all the way....
    Last edited by TRiShnDaisy; 9th March 2004 at 05:56 PM.

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    ok, will ask my frens there if no one respond to u from here

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    Traditional chinese can be a bit trying at times if you not familiar. Sigh I want to move back there, so much livelier there than here.

    Zaren: Cheer up! you will enjoy that place. You going over for what kind of training? Sispec/OCS or unit?

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    sounds like unit... Ex High Noon? heh heh heh.... watch for the July storms...

    ninja vans are the perks though

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmc17479
    Traditional chinese can be a bit trying at times if you not familiar. Sigh I want to move back there, so much livelier there than here.

    Zaren: Cheer up! you will enjoy that place. You going over for what kind of training? Sispec/OCS or unit?
    Yah... great place for photography. great place for food, great place for travel, great place for girl watching, not so great place for driving though. Anyway, its fun here! I'm loving it.... lalalalala... ( as the song goes....)

    You are free to come visit me, provided you bring a few rolls of Astia with you. Hahahahaha

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    thanks tmc.... sniperd yep u got it
    prismatic u can have all the astia u wan... just share ur terrain intelligence with me! best wishes to trish n all the taiwan experts!
    you can buy better gear but you can't buy a better eye

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren
    thanks tmc.... sniperd yep u got it
    prismatic u can have all the astia u wan... just share ur terrain intelligence with me! best wishes to trish n all the taiwan experts!
    Thanks Zaren, and to you

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    its located at Ji Long taipei... where there are stretches of pet grooming shops..

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