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Introducing Our New Chinese Blogger - Meet Jellyfish! 介绍我们新的中国博客 - 认识水母

From: China 浙江(zhe jiang) 杭州(hang zhou ) @JohnAbbot Time : 2017-11-06 13:07:29

I just wanted to draw your attention to a new blogger for CLM, Jellyfish. You can read her first blog and get to know her here: Do We Have Prejudice Against Strangers? 我们对陌生人有偏见吗?



Jellyfish is a Chinese woman from Hong Kong, so she will be offering a unique viewpoint for us on the blogs, as someone born and raised Chinese, but with a greater Western influence than felt by most of our Chinese ladies.



However, her wrting is in Traditional Chinese so let us know if that causes problems for you ladies reading it. If it does we'll work on a way to revise it and post it in both Tradiitonal and Simplified Chinese.



Forgive me now for the Google translation of my English into Chinese. It's late here and I didn't have anyone available to translate it manually for me.  现在请原谅我把Google英文翻译成中文。 这里很晚,我没有任何人可以为我手动翻译它。



我只是想把你的注意力吸引到CLM的新博客Jellyfish。 你可以阅读她的第一个博客,在这里认识她:我们对陌生人有偏见吗?我们对陌生人有偏见吗?



水母是来自香港的中国女子,所以她会在博客上为我们提供一个独特的观点,就像中国人出生和抚养的人一样,但西方的影响力比我们大多数的中国女人都要多。



不过,她的写作是用繁体中文写的,所以让我们知道这是否会给女士们带来麻烦。 如果确实如此,我们将努力修改它,并以传统和简体中文发布。


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From: China 广东(guang dong) 广州(guang zhou ) @freebird78 Time : 2017-11-07 15:31:02 #1


@JohnAbbot Dear John and Jellyfish, thanks for your time on answering us and providing unique points of view. Looking forward to reading new blogs from jellyfish. Have a nice day for you two.

From: China @QinQL Time : 2017-11-12 21:41:37 #2

@JohnAbbot I can read Jellyfishs writing in Traditional Chinese though I dont remember I have learned Traditional Chinese. I thought it is common for our Chinese. We could read but are difficult to write down in Traditional Chinese. So it is not needed to work on a way to revise it and post it in both Traditional and Simplified Chinese. It does work for our chinese women here that post it just in Traditional Chinese as Jellyfish submits. Thank you  for your concern. 

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