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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Ron Mexico, Jan 4, 2019.
Nah, I think he was there as a missionary for 3-4 years IIRC.
That makes him Tai?
What's a Tai?
And you want me to be nicer to you this new year?
It's a serious question. I know what a 'Taiwanese' is, but I have no idea what a 'Tai' is.
I mean you're an English teacher right? Help me out here.
This **** should be ban worthy.
lol have you lived in many other countries ?
congrats dude, that sounds like an awesome oppotunity Hope all goes well.
I guess your kids would be a little too young to get much out of it? I think it would be an extremely valuable experience for a young person to spend a couple years in a foreign country, especially one with thousands of years of rich history and culture, like China.
No doubt. I think once kids hit the age of 6 or 7, it would make more sense. Though I am a believer of throwing one to the wolves and full on immersion in many ways.
shouldn't it be spelt "wai"?
I mean, I'm no English teacher, but still, I nose my gramma
Haha.. my bad!
The asian man is right.
Thai = thailander
Taiwanese = from Taiwan
Thai = small Chinese ethnic group unrelated to Taiwan.
I'd live to go to china. My wife and I keep thinking we'll spend a year or two there at some point, but it would have to be Shanghai or Guangzhou. Maybe a few other select places, but I'd skew towards one of their "special economic zones"
Anyway, have fun Ron. Chinese people are rad. The food can be great as well.
Good to see you b_line, and congrats on the baby!
Thank you man!
I meant to say tai is a small ethnic group in china.
I need to go back to china and practice my mandarin.
im ON SOME MOONSHINE BOYS!!!!!!!!!!