Is China really ready for the 2008 Olympics?


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10 Responses to “ Is China really ready for the 2008 Olympics? ”

  1. These have me rolling on the floor :lol:

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  2. almost wet my pants reading these! great find! :mrgreen:

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  3. As a Chinese,I don’t think most of the pictures you posted show the fact.
    Where did you get these?

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  4. Oh well, you can’t blame the Chinese since many of them are still not fluent with English. :smile:

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  5. Too Darn Funny! Not so funny is the very real tragedy the Chinese are facing after yesterday’s earthquakes. Just one more reason for the Olympic committee to re-examine it’s choice. And lets not even get into the important political reason’s why it is in-appropriate for the worlds Olympic games to be held there. An event like that, meant for the whole world to share, should never be represented by a country active in crimes against humanity. FREE TIBET!

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  6. :lol:
    On lighter side: It was Peter Sailor who made the world laugh on Indian style. I think he was totally wrong in projecting Indian accent or style, which is far batter then Chinese; where more than 2/3rd population is unaware of decent English.
    Last but most importantly; an event of such a scale is exposed to the entire world; let everyone must condemn a nation which is known for Human Right Violations and active in crimes against humanity. FREE TIBET!

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  7. Hilarious, “if you are stolen, call the police at once”

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  8. The olympic games were the best ever.So here is the answer:yes,china was ready!

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  9. Says so much about the importance of having someone fluent in English double-check your work…

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  10. at least they r trying…

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