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  • I have never seen any other place like the guys in Shanghai pay for and do whatever their 'zuo' girlfriends ask for.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • “Xing zou zuo wo bu li zhe ge” pronounced shing dzoe dzwaw waw boo lee juh guh means anytime, anywhere in your whole life, always put your mind on your Jin Dan.

    Tao II

  • “Shen shang xin xia gan zuo pi you” pronounced shun shahng sheen shya gahn dzwaw pee yoe means the Kun Temple is located above the kidneys, below the heart, left of the liver, right of the spleen.

    Tao II

  • “Xing zou zuo wo bu li zhe ge” pronounced shing dzoe dzwaw waw boo lee juh guh means always remember Bao Yuan Shou Yi whenever and wherever you are walking, sitting, or lying down.

    Tao II

  • “Xing zou zuo wo bu li zhe ge” pronounced shing dzoe dzwaw waw boo lee juh guh means anytime, anywhere in your whole life, always put your mind on your Jin Dan.

    Tao II

  • “Xing zou zuo wo bu li zhe ge” pronounced shing dzoe dzwaw waw boo lee juh guh means anytime, anywhere in your whole life, always put your mind on your Jin Dan.

    Tao II

  • “Xing zou zuo wo bu li zhe ge” pronounced shing dzoe dzwaw waw boo lee juh guh means always remember Bao Yuan Shou Yi whenever and wherever you are walking, sitting, or lying down.

    Tao II

  • “Shen shang xin xia gan zuo pi you” pronounced shun shahng sheen shya gahn dzwaw pee yoe means the Kun Temple is located above the kidneys, below the heart, left of the liver, right of the spleen.

    Tao II

  • “Shen shang xin xia gan zuo pi you” pronounced shun shahng sheen shya gahn dzwaw pee yoe means the Kun Temple is located above the kidneys, below the heart, left of the liver, right of the spleen.

    Tao II

  • “Xing zou zuo wo bu li zhe ge” pronounced shing dzoe dzwaw waw boo lee juh guh means always remember Bao Yuan Shou Yi whenever and wherever you are walking, sitting, or lying down.

    Tao II

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