More old China stuff: June 19, 2003

Quick note from work: nothing new to tell you guys, I biked to a place called Beihai Park today, which has imperial gardens that date back 1000 years- right in the heart of Beijing with a lake and a massive white pagoda in the middle. Took me 40 minutes each way on my bike, minus getting lost… If the cars jumping on and off the bike path don’t kill you, the exhaust fumes will! Likely going to the Summer Palace this weekend, and am supposed to run with the local chapter of the Hash House Harriers Saturday.
Fun reading: The Aussie dude next to me procured a DVD(new titles are generally $4 CDN or less for American films). Check out this Chinglish(Beijing version of Konglish), found only on Naked Yoga and Taichi 2!! There is a prequel out there somewhere! Read on:
Naked yoga with too and very exquisite yoga, grace of too and very, raw recruit will to these two special and strong bodys the sport be full of praise. And this is more therefore a more natural ten thousand all of typeses release these two kinds of sports, with the special magic power that the beautiful body of woman do the complete with a kind teaching procedure for nakedly for this the lesson, permit to miss!
Add to the titillation of this thrilling write-up a bunch of naked ladies in white socks pulling yoga moves. Bless China! If any of you are on Messenger between 3 a.m. and 10 a.m. East Coast N. America time you might catch me, although I expect I’ll get pooed on if I’m chatting closer to deadlines…
Toodle loo!

About hodgedude

I'm a Canadian journalist and teacher, most recently living in Edmonton and Toronto, now located in Ho Chi Minh City. Graduate of Concordia University in Montreal. I've taught English in S. Korea, pulled rickshaws in Canada, taught at a Taiwanese language boot camp, edited newspapers in China and played a French-speaking Spanish colonel on Vietnamese TV. I also play Australian football. Pick up a copy of issue one of my independent comic, "Getting Lucky," at Happy Harbor Comics in Edmonton, the Comic Hunter in Moncton, New Brunswick, and the Spotted Cow Pub, 111 Bui Vien, District 1, Saigon.
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