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中国农业

Posted on March 16, 2011 at 11:10pm 3 Comments

农业是中国重要的经济部门,雇用300多万农民。中国农产品产量居世界第一,主要生产水稻,小麦,土豆,高粱,花生,茶叶,小米,大麦,棉花,油料,猪肉和鱼类。 …

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I wonder how much they paid the designer...

Posted on March 1, 2011 at 9:30pm 6 Comments

Shenzhen has a new logo out; the Municipal Bureau of Culture, Sports and Tourism wants to promote the city as "Innovative Shenzhen, Capital of Fashion.” Designed by Shenzhen Zhang Dali Design Co. Ltd., this is what the logo looks like

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Valentine’s Day: Two tales of romance

Posted on February 11, 2011 at 11:00pm 9 Comments

Her name was Jessie, and she was from Henan. I was new in Shenzhen, and looking for someone to teach me Mandarin, and Jessie was the first woman responding to my Shenzhen Party ad who wasn’t downright ugly. In fact, you could say she was attractive, although just how she looked escapes me now; five years can end up blurring the faces of people you once knew well. If I saw her now, I would probably recognize her, but currently all that remains in the Jessie part of my brain is the details:…

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Saturday afternoon in the park

Posted on February 6, 2011 at 6:00pm 4 Comments

If I had to pick an adjective to describe Saturday afternoon in a park, I would probably choose something like languid. Relaxing and uneventful would also fit the description, I suppose. Donghu Park in Luohu, therefore, might not have been entirely prepared for the revelry that was unleashed in it yesterday afternoon. And what revelry it was, my brothers! There was beer-swilling, Arabic dancing, hugging and more hugging, as we wallowed in the euphoria of it all. We…

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The best time of the year?

Posted on February 4, 2011 at 11:00am 1 Comment

Shuiwei is bubbling with life on any given day; on the afternoon of Wednesday, Chinese New Year’s Eve, it was about to explode. The area’s already impressive lineup of beggars seemed to have been bolstered by the arrival of numerous reinforcements displaying a wide range of both age and deformity; prostitutes were already out and strutting about, as if smelling a coming windfall (we all need someone to hold during the holiday season, right?); and sobbing schoolgirls lined the sidewalks with…

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Profile Information

Relationship Status:
Single
Hometown/Country:
Calcutta, West Bengal
Where are you now?
Calcutta, en route to Singapore
District (in Shenzhen):
Don't live there any more.
Job:
Superstar
I'm looking for...
Friends, Networking, Business Partners, Language Exchange, Dating
About Me:
I lived in Shenzhen between August 2005, and August 2011. After six awesome years there, I'm moving to Singapore to take up a new job. I'm not ruling out returning to Shenzhen sometime in the near future, but for the time being, the best way to reach me is through:

Email: ranajit(dot)dam [at] gmail
MSN: so_dam_cool [at] hotmail
FB: facebook.com/ranajit.dam

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At 2:35am on November 13, 2011, sardar pathen said…

hi man how ar eyou where are you now 

At 10:27am on September 2, 2011, Mike46 said…

Best of luck with everything.

 

Mike

At 9:42am on August 26, 2011, Mike46 said…

Hi Ranajit,

 

I meant to ask if you'd seen "Fire in Babylon" - the story of the West Indies team of the 70s and 80s.  If you haven't, then find it.  I would love to show it to a bunch of baseball fans and let them see that hurting batsmen is a part of the really fast bowlers armoury.

 

It makes me feel my age though - I didn't realise that Lillee and Thomson were at their best in the mid-70s.

 

Mike

At 9:11am on August 25, 2011, Mike46 said…

Hi Ranajit,

 

India had their chances in the Trent Bridge test.  England at about 120-8 were allowed to get another 100 mainly through poor fielding.  Then India at about 260-4 collapsed against the new ball in good conditions.  Those first two days I thought that it would be going to 1-1 on the series.  After that - no contest.

 

The Oval test conditions were more like what Indian batsmen are used to, but the decision to ask Dravid to open the second innings after his truly great first innings was just stupid.  They should have maybe thrown away a couple of tail enders to give him a break.

 

I've never seen England this run-hungry and scoring quite quickly too.  I don't think our bowlers are good enough to worry India at home in the same way but, when you're facing 400+ to avoid the follow-on, the batsmen need more strength than they've shown in this series.

 

I usually forget to look at the scores for the ODIs.

 

Mike

At 11:53pm on July 29, 2011, International Citizen Club said…
bikini yes, hot i am not sure hahaha... thanks anyway
At 12:38pm on July 29, 2011, International Citizen Club said…
Hi! i'm good, thanks. are you the ticket guy of that beach party?
At 11:51pm on July 20, 2011, Yama said…
It's nothing special here, I am living and working in Foshan..have you been here?
At 11:29am on July 9, 2011, Wayne said…
Hi Ranajit,
I will take your spare ticket if you still have. Call me on 13434778871 or email gardnerww@msn.com.
Cheers,
Wayne
At 2:34am on July 4, 2011, Trevor Alec Murray said…
instead of musical chairs, im thinking of having a twister party instead. interested? nice meeting you man.
At 3:12pm on June 30, 2011, Sameer Arora said…
All Good My Friend. So whats up with you. Are you from india or came in to china from some other country? Where do you live in SZ. Lets meet up some time , may be over a drink.
 
 
 

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