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bio website kjuly.com
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# OpenSource

# Products:

  • YeNom : A simple tool which records your daily spending (Project Page).
  • RockPaper : A simple Rock Paper Scissors game on iOS (Project Page).
  • BooMa : Just a simple bookmark tool for books.
  • 9 X 9 : 9 x 9 multiplication formulas, play with your kid as a game to do practice.
  • Wander Shaxi : A map of Shaxi, Jianchuan, Dali, YunNan, CHINA. It includes basic places, viewpoints, infrastructure, inns, bars, etc.

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Feb
15
comment Which regions use 计算机 for computer?
@MikeManilone that's interesting XD
Jan
12
comment Special meanings applied to numbers 0 - 10
Aha, this question reminds me of a song:《数字恋爱》--范晓萱。Maybe you'll like it. :p
Jan
10
comment 血: xuè , xiě, what's the difference?
@Huang mum..that's okay. :)
Jan
10
comment 血: xuè , xiě, what's the difference?
@Huang, yes, I know it is incorrect, but you can see @msittig's comment above, that's the real confusion, uh? I think including some sentences like "'xuě' is a incorrect pronunciation for 血. Some people speak xuě just because they speak incorrectly" is okay. ;)
Jan
10
comment 血: xuè , xiě, what's the difference?
Hi @Huang, I saw the edit version and realize that, actually, many Chinese people are misusing the xuě(including me :p, though it does not exist) instead of xiě, and this'll cause the confusion either. I think answers should be include xuě's explanation. How do you think about it? :)
Jan
10
comment 血: xuè , xiě, what's the difference?
Oh, it also makes a lot of Chinese people confused... :p
Dec
30
comment Site for reading the same news article in English and Chinese (简体中文)
Mum..it seems it's blocked by gfw. :p
Dec
30
comment What does 民以食为天 mean?
The food is the most important to people.
Dec
15
comment Why do Chinese “extend” the last word when speaking?
@drHannibalLecter you're welcome! :D
Dec
15
comment Why do Chinese “extend” the last word when speaking?
@drHannibalLecter there's no after 你好吗. :)
Dec
15
comment Equivalent expression to: “I don't give a f***”
关我屁事(guan1 wo pi4 shi)~? :p
Dec
14
comment “小王” 和 “老王” how to determine which to use?
@Flake mum..that's right. I'll add it at No.2. :D
Dec
14
comment “小王” 和 “老王” how to determine which to use?
Thank you @Flake. I'll fix. :)
Dec
14
comment Various ways to say “nice to meet you”
Mum..that's fine. However, I'd use 很高兴见到你. 开心 is often used in written language. But a closer friend, you can use 见到你我真开心! :p
Dec
14
comment Various ways to say “nice to meet you”
好开心看到你啦,it just a little weird.. :P