Plimus reports in CHINESE

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  1. Jack Norton

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    Mandarin is the language of the future, so Plimus was so kind to send the monthly report in CHINESE!
    (so far know at least 4 people that got the report that way, don't know if ALL reports were sent like that).

    Way to go Plimus!! :D
     
  2. jcottier

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    me too :)

    JC
     
  3. Indinera

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    I had ??????????? everywhere so I couldn't know what was what lol (guessed from the numbers though lol)
     
  4. lakibuk

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    replied to the report

     
  5. Indinera

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    Received again - in english. :)
     
  6. Jack Norton

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    Haha yes they resent them all in english :D
    Was fun though.
     
  7. GolfHacker

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    Yup. had the same experience.
     
  8. Julio Gorge

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    i am extremely terrified of chinese people ...

    ... but seriouslly I'm afraid of having to learn Mandarin for the future :O ... I'm having enough problems with English.
     

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