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May 17, 2006 16:49
  • AUBABE
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hey ya'll i am from Auburn, AL. will be graduating from college next year with an accounting degree. although inner mongolia has been my hometown. because so many years i have been in US,i pretty much same as a American except i speak fluent chinese. I am getting ready to go back visit to China next Wednesday. i was wondering if someone can give advise about looking for a American company and be able to travel around sometimes.
May 17, 2006 20:42
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  • PINETREE
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Btw, what is AL ?
May 18, 2006 02:03
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  • CALIFORNIA
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AL=Albania???
May 18, 2006 02:31
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I like to live in DL.
May 18, 2006 07:57
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Alabama=al one of the state in US
May 18, 2006 21:30
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Me too,I like DL very much:-)
May 19, 2006 00:05
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Sorry, don't know much about the USA. So don't understand initials.
Anyone knows what is KM or SC ?
May 19, 2006 00:05
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  • ROGERINCA
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I have reread your post a few times, and have tried to understand/decipher your situation ??

You say you are “from” Alabama, but also that Inner Mongolia is your “home town” ?? Also, that you are fluent in Chinese.

My assumption is, that you are a native Chinese/Mongolian, who has lived in the USA in Auburn, Alabama, for several years now, going to school in America; however, you are now going to visit China, again next week ???

If this is correct, how did you come to live in the very ‘southern’ state of Alabama !!?? I think that had to be a culture shock, when compared to states such as California and New York, which have such large Chinese/Asian populations and are so culturally diverse ?? However, with the “hey ya’ll” at the introduction to your post, my guess is that you did ‘adapt’ ?? LOL :) :)

How long are you planning to travel in China, and what cities are on your list ??
I think that being so fluent in Chinese, will make the visit very easy and very comfortable for you !!
May 19, 2006 00:09
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Hiya, Roger. Kood dai to ya.
Howda ya ? Me from SG. I sort of like to visit China as often as possible.
May 19, 2006 00:36
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  • ROGERINCA
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So very funny Pinetree !! :) :)

Also: KM
The two-character ISO 3166 country code for COMOROS Is.

KM also has many other meanings/useage.

SC
The two-character ISO 3166 country code for SEYCHELLES.

In America, SC is the state code for the state of South Carolina.

That's the best I can do so late in my night now !! :) :)
May 19, 2006 01:09
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Hahaha !
KM = KunMing
SC = SiChuan.

Got u.
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