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Old 2nd March 2005, 23:00   #1
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As usual, I tried a bit working as an assembly operator - perhaps somebody will get coolers assembled by myself. I wished I put my name cards into the boxes - I really was proud of the quality of assembly and was ready to be responsible for the good job.

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He does try hard to explain "Chinese". For a Westerner, it will take over a decade to get a grapse of what it IS.

Bottom line, mentoring is key to everything. Family education means hell a lot more. How a grown man behaviors depends soley on childhood upbringing.

Ask the question "how do Chinese use Morse Code?"

Anyway, that's besides the subject.
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The anwser -

They "Chinese" do use "Pronunciation" hence morse code is possible like any other languges and typing is possible using COMPUTER keyboad no difference than what "we" commonly use.

As far as "teacher" is concern; he who does not have a mentor is a man with no direction in life.

In addition, taking others' idea and thoughts is no STEALING; otherwise we are all thiefs ..... it is called "learning". Taking others idea and call it yours, you are not man enough.

Copy other's patent and use it to make money is another story all together.
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