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“Requests: 1 Accordion, Ping-pong balls, English playing cards.”
“Ping-pong! they heard from inside Annies backpack.”
“Ping-pong balls were just too damn noisy in a hardwood apartment because once in awhile, we monkeys would like to get some sleep.”
“China maintained advantages on sports such as gymnastic, badminton, diving and Ping-pong, but also achieved ground-breaking victories on rowing, gymnastics trampoline, and fencing etc. Questions”
“Ever since President Richard Nixon latched onto the famous Ping-pong diplomacy in the early 1970s, China and the US have grown steadily closer and more interdependent.”
“Of course, we remember the “Ping-pong Diplomacy” between the US and China.”
“These are my conclusions: 1. Ping-pong does not have an obvious English meaning the way that fried chicken does.”
“Professor Lankov's comment is consistent and supported by everything I heard from the Chinese in the 1970s. e.g., the visit of Nixon, Ping-pong diplomacy, opened their eyes to the west, and paved way for Deng's reform which followed.”
“He obviously let me win at Ping-pong several times.”
“I'll never fergit ther misery on ther face o 'Ping-pong when he finds it out.”
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