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Oh those crazy Japanese

September 27th, 2005 Japanese Girlfriend logo

As mentioned by Dave, I regaled my Tsinghua MBA classmates with tales from Japan. I don’t know what it is, but people seem to not believe me of late. Dave Kelsey isn’t even here to say “Musk don’t lie”…

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Pictures of Tsinghua

September 27th, 2005 Tsinghua University seal

So we are into our third week of the semester. Next week is a national holiday, I don’t have anything big planned. I may have missed out on a few trips, such as the one being organized by Ron Kwok…

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Beijing Traffic

September 27th, 2005 Beijing Metro Station

One of the first things I noticed driving in from the airport was the traffic in Beijing. The traffic signals are just suggestions, the lines on the road are there for moral support, and whenever anyone does anything that remotely impedes your progress it is appropriate to honk your horn, regardless of who is technically correct. In fact correctness seems to be determined mostly by stubbornness and size…

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Posting from Widget

September 26th, 2005 Apple logo from 1978

In Mac OS X Tiger the “Widget” and the “Dashboard” were added…

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Angkor Wat Money Shot

September 25th, 2005 Cambodian Flag

While procrastinating this week, I went through my entire iPhoto collection or just about. This was prompted by being forced to join yet another site on the internet. I was forced to join Flickr in order to view photos of my friend Blair’s wedding. As Flickr is now part of Yahoo and I already have a Yahoo ID it was relatively painless. Lots of bloggers use Flickr or sites like it to host their images…

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Yak Genitals Mmm Mmm Good

September 25th, 2005 WTF?

So last night some of my fellow Tsinghua MBA classmates and I went for Tibetan food. One of things I had to do while in China was try Yak Penis soup. I saw it in my guidebook and thought, Musk would do that…

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Blogging in Beijing

September 25th, 2005 China

Now that I’ve settled in Beijing I’ve joined the small group of people who blog inside the People’s Republic of China, in English. Blogging in China can be difficult as the government monitors all incoming and outgoing packets to prevent subversive information from entering the country and to prevent the truth from exiting the country…

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