Ni hao! Chi la. Ni?
You drop down low and sweep the floor with it.
Thank you so much. Such a nice thing to say! :)
* and fostering her development into a confident young person is a true testatment of who you are. We need more people like you in society. xx L
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Such a nice thing to say, Thank you.
But that girl was anon, she doesn’t know that I know. I found out because I saw her carrying an origami rose in the morning that was on my desk in the afternoon. I just taught her class just now actually. She doesn’t love me anymore she loves Chuck from Gossip Girl.
It is just a term I use to decribe random people taking my photo. It comes from paparazzi.
It all comes down to how you look. For example in China, natural hair is black, people are often talking about my hair because it is light, where as in England, of course, we have black, blonde, brown and ginger plus many different shades.
I find it strange because I am from England and “foreigner” actually is pretty negative where as out here people use it so frequently. Because it is so obvious I am not Chinese. People will shout it out in the street and at first I was horrified at the thought of someone doing it to someone Chinese in England but the meaning out here is so different.