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Age. 46
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Ethnicity. Nikkei (日系)
Location Yulin, Guangxi, China
School. Univ of Alberta
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Baidu - •S“x
Friday. 1.12.07 5:28 pm
Watch out Google! Looks like China has come out with Baidu. The site design closely resembles that of Googlei’J‰Ì or gugej but is not the same site. The name Baidu is a combination of two characters gone hundredh@i•Sj and gtimeh or gfrequencyh@(“xj. The name comes from a Chinese poem written over 800 years ago during the Song dynasty. The poem is a representation of persistent search for the ideal. Isnft this what Google is trying to do too? Organize the internet. I have to say I like the name better than Google, Baidu too just rolls off the tongue it even has a more poetic feeling to the word compared to Google, which seems to just sound good.


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Wednesday. 1.10.07 7:48 pm
It maybe quite amazing to some but to travel alone can be like passing through time without even realizing that you were there. Suppose you just returned from India or whatever country who is to believe that you were really there? Photographs don't really prove much they could have been bought, downloaded etc etc. Unless you physically were with someone; who, other than yourself can really say what you did? Travelling alone is all just a blur in time.

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I had over 2000 pages surfed and all of a sudden today all I have is 75? I thought these were cumulative.

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World's oldest calendar
Tuesday. 1.2.07 2:35 pm
Returning to the topic of calendars, I was searching around looking for the world's oldest calendar. The calendar that we all know and use everyday, and computers have accepted widely is based on the Christian calendar – or the calendar of business and commerce. Of course, over 70% of the world does not identify with this Christian only thinking – including myself. In China, the next year February 18, 2007 will be January 1, 4704. In Jewish places the year will be 5766 or
5767 (I am not sure of how exactly this is to be calculated – please correct me). In Islam the year is 1427, and in India 1928 for the Sakra Era. However, the new Mayan calendar year would be about 5000.

So what is the oldest calendar in the world? I guess between the Chinese, the Jews and the Mayans you can take your pick and use what you wish. The Christian calendar is probably the youngest and the most non-sense calendar in existence.
How can we be 2007 years after the birth of Christ? How can they have just skipped an entire lifetime, leaving all the peasants who were born at about the same time as Christ was to be completely forgotten about? Among all the religions of the world the Christian is got to be the craziest one. I came across an article in the BBCfs news files http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/975360.stm about the oldest know lunar calendar dating back 15,000 years. What could be the oldest lunar calendar may have been discovered on the walls of the famous Lascaux caves in France. Whatever your preference in calendar maybe donft forget the other 10 to 20 other or more calendars in existence that are still used for religious ceremonies and special events.

What ever your calendar maybe, and letfs not use dates too much, it may well be the reason for so many Jihad wars.

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