Dwight Hill

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12 August, 1998

Good Morning!

Given the fact that the Pacific Rim is shrinking; that East and West are in fact meeting, I thought it prudent to pass on a vocabulary guide to our Western friends who may be untutored in the Chinese language:

Chinese Phrase English Translation
Ai Bang Mai Ne
Chin Tu Fat
Dum Gai
Gun Pao Der
Hu Yu Hai Ding
Jan Ne Ka Sun
Kum Hai
Lao Ze Sho
Lao Zi
Lin Ching
Ne Ahn
Shai Gai
Tai Ne Bae Be
Wan Bum Lung
Yu Mai Te Tan
Wai So Dim
Wai U Shao Ting
I bumped into the coffee table
You need a face lift
A stupid person
An ancient Chinese invention
We have reason to believe you are harboring a fugitive
A former late night talk show host
Approach me
Gilligan's Island
Not very good
An illegal execution
A lighting fixture used in advertising signs
A bashful person
A premature infant
A person with T. B.
Your vacation in Hawaii agrees with you
Are you trying to save electricity?
There is no reason to raise your voice

"A cheerful heart is good medicine..." (Proverbs 17:22a)
My prayer is that you are having a great week!

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