"Hi, do you play “躲猫猫" today?”
Feb 17, 2009 00:32
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"Hi, do you play “躲猫猫" today?” If somebody asks you this question, please don’t be surprised because it has become one of the three most popular cyber words: 躲猫猫(hide and seek), 打酱油(get some soy sauce) and 俯卧撑(push-ups). As for 打酱油 and 俯卧撑, please read my previous thread(http://community.travelchinaguide.com/forum2.asp?i=51195).

躲猫猫 has something to do with a guy’s death. A guy who stole trees in Yunnan was detained and sent to a detention house of the local police station. Later on, he died in a hospital. The local police station explained that he died while playing 躲猫猫 (hide and seek) with other detainees. Many netizens doubt if this was true. Gradually, 躲猫猫 is becoming popular on the internet.

Mar 23, 2009 22:45
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GUESTSIMONN Your right there are great opportunities but paying for one isn't the best
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