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Author Archive | Changming Yuan
Changming Yuan shares the most useful idioms in the English language
Feathertale regular Changming Yuan tries to figure out the Canadian psyche, eh.
Changming Yuan gives some nearly indecipherable advice.
Sometimes your politics come down to what instrument you eat your dinner with.
Lprofile “hi” and “:)” Put on the most fashionable clothing in New York Try to use iPod, iPad or iPal before all others Take a picture with the president (dead or alive) Eat a dinner with Buffett, Hawking, Clint Eastwood Get an autograph from Tiger Woods, Oprah, Bill Gates Stay in the same hotel as […]
A steak a day keeps the court away A touch a minute keeps the body in spirit A lie an hour keeps the chief in power An injection a night keeps the mind light A dinner a week keeps the heart freak A honeymoon a month keeps the government at arm’s length A trip a […]
Do my teeth look all right, doc? Yeah, yeah, yeah, but you are getting newly old. Why do I sometimes feel so awkward about my teeth, doc? That’s because even your wisdom teeth are retarded. How come I keep dreaming about losing all my teeth, doc? I am not a psychiatrist ready to listen to […]
in a busy simile-like street with masks of synecdoche and metonymy so many metaphors are dancing wildly that no oxymoron can elbow his way through crowds of symbols and hyperboles to his long lost friend paradox trying to converse with a shy-looking allusion after standing too long on tiptoes between consonance and assonance i become […]