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Biodegradable Copolyesters Market: Value
Biodegradable Copolyesters Market: Value Chain, Dynamics and Key Players 2021-2025 – FLA News  FLA News
Posted on 18 April 2021 | 6:45 am
Anti-fouling Coating Market 2021 Grow with a
Anti-fouling Coating Market 2021 Grow with a Significant CAGR – Global Industry Analysis, Key Players, Trends, Growth, and Forecast to 2026 – SoccerNurds  SoccerNurds
Posted on 18 April 2021 | 6:37 am
Diethylhexyl Phthalate (DEHP) Market By Top
Diethylhexyl Phthalate (DEHP) Market By Top Leading Companies, Consumption, Trends, Forces Analysis, Revenue, Challenges and Global Forecast| Western Market Research – NeighborWebSJ  NeighborWebSJ
Posted on 17 April 2021 | 6:38 am
Increasing Demand of Full-Servo Adult Care
Increasing Demand of Full-Servo Adult Care Machines Market by 2026 | Haina Machinery, Anqing Heng Chang Machinery, Quanzhou Niso Industry Co., Ltd, RML Machinery & Servicew SA, Curt G. Joa, Inc  Los Hijos de la Malinche
Posted on 17 April 2021 | 6:27 am
Biodegradable Copolyesters Market Overview
Biodegradable Copolyesters Market Overview and Forecast Report 2021-2026| Eastman, Basf, Showa Denko, Dupont, Kingfa, Mitsubishi Chemical, Meredian  Los Hijos de la Malinche
Posted on 17 April 2021 | 4:18 am
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Baby Diaper Machine Market Size 2021 by Top
Baby Diaper Machine Market Size 2021 by Top Key Players, Types, Applications and Future Forecast to 2027 – Los Hijos de la Malinche  Los Hijos de la Malinche
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 10:52 am
Global Non-transgenic Lecithin Market 2020
Global Non-transgenic Lecithin Market 2020 Industry Segmentation, Business Strategies and Growth Statistics by 2025 – KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper  KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 10:07 am
Dimer Acid Market to Witness Huge Growth by
Dimer Acid Market to Witness Huge Growth by 2026 | BASF, Wilmar, Arizona, Emery, Croda – Los Hijos de la Malinche  Los Hijos de la Malinche
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 9:13 am
Butynedioic Acid Market Size 2021 by Top Key
Butynedioic Acid Market Size 2021 by Top Key Players, Types, Applications and Future Forecast to 2027 – Los Hijos de la Malinche  Los Hijos de la Malinche
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 8:04 am
Global Cyanomethane Market Report 2021-2026
Global Cyanomethane Market Report 2021-2026 | Ineos, Asahi Kasei, Shanghai Secco, Shenghong Petrochemical – NeighborWebSJ  NeighborWebSJ
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 7:44 am
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Molybdenum Trioxide Market Size is set to
Molybdenum Trioxide Market Size is set to record 2.4% CAGR during forecast 2025 – The Courier  The Courier
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 5:44 am
PAN Fiber Market Useful Research Conclusions
PAN Fiber Market Useful Research Conclusions | Business Plans | Strategies With Forecast 2021-2027: Fisipe (Portugal), Dralon (Germany), Aksa (Turkey), Kaneka (Japan), Montefibre (Italy), etc – SoccerNurds  SoccerNurds
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 4:10 am
Biodegradable Polymer Market Size to Expand
Biodegradable Polymer Market Size to Expand Significantly by the End of 2026BASF, Kingfa, Mitsubishi, Solvay, Textile – Los Hijos de la Malinche  Los Hijos de la Malinche
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 2:15 am
n-Butanol Market COVID 19 Impacted In-Depth
n-Butanol Market COVID 19 Impacted In-Depth Analysis including key players BASF, Perstorp Oxo, Dow – Los Hijos de la Malinche  Los Hijos de la Malinche
Posted on 15 April 2021 | 11:38 pm
Dimer Acid Market Size 2021 by Share,
Dimer Acid Market Size 2021 by Share, Growth, Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2024 – SoccerNurds  SoccerNurds
Posted on 15 April 2021 | 11:31 pm
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Global Edible Lecithin Market 2021 Leading
Global Edible Lecithin Market 2021 Leading Players – Aceitera General Deheza, ADM, Anqing ZhongChuang, Bunge – The Courier  The Courier
Posted on 15 April 2021 | 10:21 pm
Dioctyl Phthalate (DOP) Market Recent
Dioctyl Phthalate (DOP) Market Recent Opportunities with Growth Forecasts by 2027 – Eastman, Anqing Sheng Feng Chemical, Kaifeng Jiuhong Chemical and Others  SoccerNurds
Posted on 15 April 2021 | 8:19 pm
Polybutylene Succinate Market to Witness
Polybutylene Succinate Market to Witness Huge Growth by 2026 | Kingfa Science & Technology Co., Anqing Hexing chemical Co., Ltd, PTT MCC Biochem Co., Ltd.  Los Hijos de la Malinche
Posted on 15 April 2021 | 12:14 pm
Current Trends in n-Butanol Industry: Market
Current Trends in n-Butanol Industry: Market Estimation 2021-2026 and Company Profiles: BASF, Dow, Oxea Group, Eastman Chemical Company, Formosa Plastic Group, Sasol, and more | Affluence  Los Hijos de la Malinche
Posted on 15 April 2021 | 10:33 am
Acrylonitrile Market Strategic Assessment
Acrylonitrile Market Strategic Assessment & SWOT Analysis 2021-2026 | Ineos, Petkim, Unigel, Ascend performance Materials – Los Hijos de la Malinche  Los Hijos de la Malinche
Posted on 15 April 2021 | 9:25 am
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sunrisebot: 🍵 Good morning, Anqing,
sunrisebot: 🍵 Good morning, Anqing, China! 🇨🇳 The sun is rising above you right now. Enjoy 11.2 hours of daylight today! 🌞
Posted on 20 February 2021 | 10:11 pm
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Resolved Question: If I traveled to China,
http://defense-update.com/20130625_h-6k-bombers-delivered-to-pla-air-force.html I see that the PRC's proclaimed "totally defensive" military build up would force China to station these things 5000km away from any foreign territory in order for them to not be seen as an OFFENSIVE weapon. Or... is it that this International Diplomatic Representative of the PRC is lying to everyone: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nly67CQW-3A @DL - You failed to address the primary question. Please attempt to do so, thanx. @CW - Perhaps China doesn't have many military bases throughout the world because everyone knows they are very disrespectful guests who tend to turn on their hosts, knife them in the back, and claim they own the territory. In addition, I believe that China's military installation within Philippines territory in the Spratly's is easily classified as an overseas base, if not in fact being an invasion. Furthermore, the USA didn't start the Korean War, the DPRK did.
Posted on 29 October 2013 | 11:45 am
Resolved Question: Please Help Me Out!
This is my presentation draft for a english competition, and I believe it will be the wisest to seek for yours suggestion! Please help your chinese friend…>_
Posted on 8 December 2012 | 1:43 pm
Resolved Question: 2 Months Holidays As
Hi everyone! I don't usually ask questions here but this little thing has my head spinning for a few weeks now, so here goes, I thought it would be more appropriate to give out the full story to give any answerers a more complete picture, so please forgive the relatively long wall of text. I'm 20 years old Chinese guy and she's an Irish girl who just turned 19 this summer. We had always been just friends and before last summer we were doing a charity event together and we were talking about travelling (she loves travelling) and I popped the idea that she could go to China with me (My family is Chinese), she was delighted and we made all sorts of plans on going last summer. But her parents refused to let her go because she was just short of being 18 years of age and so last year she didn't get the chance to go. This summer she was 18 and gave her parents no choice but to let her go with me to China (she's pretty much independent now, got her own flat and everything). So once again we made plans and such. And indeed when the summer came we did go on this holiday together. This holiday was 2 and a half months long. It was very odd she would go on such a long holiday with me as before this holiday she had never been anywhere overnight with me. But on this holiday, she would quite literally be dependant on me. As she possessed no ability to speak Chinese, and most Chinese people's English is nowhere near enough for her to communicate there. In short, it can be said (and she said it also during the trip also), she put ultimate trust in me and my abilities. Had I failed her in some way in China, she would have no way of helping herself. During the trip we were quite literally 'stuck' together. Throughout the whole 2 and a half months we only spent 1 day apart from each other from reasons we cannot control. We ate, worked (did an internship for 1 month) and slept in the same house. When not working, we travelled everywhere together. But the trip wasn't without disagreements. During the first week in Beijing, we disagreed/argued almost every day. She had objections to the way I did things, to my pessimism to certain things and how I talked sometimes. Beijing was definitively the lowest point of our trip. I was quite angry, but it was only one week into the trip and we had over 2 months left to spend. So I tried to change myself a bit, sometimes a bit too obviously (going as far as to tell her), that I was trying to change to make the trip smoother running. Things began to pick up much better after Beijing (she confirmed this to me afterwards). Yes, we still had sporadic squabbles, but unlike Beijing we actually had fun now. Then we arrived in Anqing, where we lived almost like a family. Getting up for work, buying breakfast, having lunch and in the evenings doing all sorts of different stuff together. After Anqing we went to a city called WuXi. We thought we'd be staying together again but found out that we weren't. She objected to this citing the idea that she would have problems communicating if I weren't there. So rather than staying at free accommodations separately. We got a hotel room with only one double bed (they had no other). Now, I don't know how Irish/Western women feel about this. But in Chinese culture a man and a woman can't sleep on the same bed unless they are in a relationship. But she didn't seem to mind at all (saying "I don't mind" very casually). I would appreciate it if some women can clarify for me if this is very common for man and woman to sleep in same bed if they are not engaged in a relationship? Thanks! So after WuXi, we went to another 2 cities for around 2 weeks. And in every place we went, we were given a choice of sleeping separately or together. She would always say "I don't mind" or "We can sleep together if it's too much hassle [for another guy to move his bed]" very casually. During the trip, we talked and indeed acted by Chinese standards like a couple. She spoke about very personal things and I did too. We wrestled (yeah i know...) and piggybacked each other (yeah she carried me many times too ha!), etc. All in the spirit of fun, so I thought. Now we are back in Ireland, and life goes on like normal. But I simply don't know. I see some possible signs. Such as she conveniently forgets to give back my phone charger after meeting 5 times in Ireland. She offers to let me borrow her boxing gloves so I could use it with my friend for a while. But I also see signs she dislikes me. Such as the fact she chooses to talk to her friends than me and how she belittles everything I do (funny thing is this is one thing she complained about me that I did to her a lot in China). In China, in Abu Dhabi (where we transferred flights), then in Ireland. EVERYBODY says/addresses us as a couple. And she knows this but says "I expected it don't wo [...Continuation] "I expected it don't worry. It's obvious that they would think we were going out if we spend this long alone on a trip like this." Indeed, it could be my feelings but what everybody says is actually getting to me. But the (dare I say) 'pressure' for us to turn into a couple is evident at least to me. So I am considering asking her. But what do you guys think? Does she have some feelings for me? What do you guys think of my chances of success?
Posted on 27 August 2012 | 8:06 am
Resolved Question: 2 Months Holidays As
Hi everyone! I don't usually ask questions here but this little thing has my head spinning for a few weeks now, so here goes, I thought it would be more appropriate to give out the full story to give any answerers a more complete picture, so please forgive the relatively long wall of text. I'm 20 years old Chinese guy and she's an Irish girl who just turned 19 this summer. We had always been just friends and before last summer we were doing a charity event together and we were talking about travelling (she loves travelling) and I popped the idea that she could go to China with me (My family is Chinese), she was delighted and we made all sorts of plans on going last summer. But her parents refused to let her go because she was just short of being 18 years of age and so last year she didn't get the chance to go. This summer she was 18 and gave her parents no choice but to let her go with me to China (she's pretty much independent now, got her own flat and everything). So once again we made plans and such. And indeed when the summer came we did go on this holiday together. This holiday was 2 and a half months long. It was very odd she would go on such a long holiday with me as before this holiday she had never been anywhere overnight with me. But on this holiday, she would quite literally be dependant on me. As she possessed no ability to speak Chinese, and most Chinese people's English is nowhere near enough for her to communicate there. In short, it can be said (and she said it also during the trip also), she put ultimate trust in me and my abilities. Had I failed her in some way in China, she would have no way of helping herself. During the trip we were quite literally 'stuck' together. Throughout the whole 2 and a half months we only spent 1 day apart from each other from reasons we cannot control. We ate, worked (did an internship for 1 month) and slept in the same house. When not working, we travelled everywhere together. But the trip wasn't without disagreements. During the first week in Beijing, we disagreed/argued almost every day. She had objections to the way I did things, to my pessimism to certain things and how I talked sometimes. Beijing was definitively the lowest point of our trip. I was quite angry, but it was only one week into the trip and we had over 2 months left to spend. So I tried to change myself a bit, sometimes a bit too obviously (going as far as to tell her), that I was trying to change to make the trip smoother running. Things began to pick up much better after Beijing (she confirmed this to me afterwards). Yes, we still had sporadic squabbles, but unlike Beijing we actually had fun now. Then we arrived in Anqing, where we lived almost like a family. Getting up for work, buying breakfast, having lunch and in the evenings doing all sorts of different stuff together. After Anqing we went to a city called WuXi. We thought we'd be staying together again but found out that we weren't. She objected to this citing the idea that she would have problems communicating if I weren't there. So rather than staying at free accommodations separately. We got a hotel room with only one double bed (they had no other). Now, I don't know how Irish/Western women feel about this. But in Chinese culture a man and a woman can't sleep on the same bed unless they are in a relationship. But she didn't seem to mind at all (saying "I don't mind" very casually). I would appreciate it if some women can clarify for me if this is very common for man and woman to sleep in same bed if they are not engaged in a relationship? Thanks! So after WuXi, we went to another 2 cities for around 2 weeks. And in every place we went, we were given a choice of sleeping separately or together. She would always say "I don't mind" or "We can sleep together if it's too much hassle [for another guy to move his bed]" very casually. During the trip, we talked and indeed acted by Chinese standards like a couple. She spoke about very personal things and I did too. We wrestled (yeah i know...) and piggybacked each other (yeah she carried me many times too ha!), etc. All in the spirit of fun, so I thought. Now we are back in Ireland, and life goes on like normal. But I simply don't know. I see some possible signs. Such as she conveniently forgets to give back my phone charger after meeting 5 times in Ireland. She offers to let me borrow her boxing gloves so I could use it with my friend for a while. But I also see signs she dislikes me. Such as the fact she chooses to talk to her friends than me and how she belittles everything I do (funny thing is this is one thing she complained about me that I did to her a lot in China). In China, in Abu Dhabi (where we transferred flights), then in Ireland. EVERYBODY says/addresses us as a couple. And she knows this but says "I expected it don't wo [...Continuation] "I expected it don't worry. It's obvious that they would think we were going out if we spend this long alone on a trip like this." Indeed, it could be my feelings but what everybody says is actually getting to me. But the (dare I say) 'pressure' for us to turn into a couple is evident at least to me. So I am considering asking her. But what do you guys think? Does she have some feelings for me? What do you guys think of my chances of success?
Posted on 27 August 2012 | 7:46 am
Resolved Question: Can you please help me?
can you please help me with a little thing? im trying to come up with the city's name. has to start with the letter "A" It's for the books i'm writing called "Diane and Friends I" / "Diane and Friends II". It has to be in the US.
Posted on 29 July 2011 | 9:01 am
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