The Chan Land
The Chan family went to see Dora on Stage. Little Chan had a wonderful time. It was no Phantom of the Opera but it was not bad. There were ton of screaming kids and most of them behaved well. I had one crazy mom sat behind who had to comment and sang along during the whole show. Her daughter was quiet the whole time. I felt bad for the father who obviously was also annoyed by his wife.
It is a cloudy Sunday. I spent most of the day doing yard work. It took me an hour to get rid of the bamboo who just started growing like weeds again. Then I spent another hour to dig out the old tree stump. Little Chan was excited to running around in the backyard and pretending she was helping. On this cloudy day, it was nice to do some yard work.
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I always suspected that the Chinese Government has known about the tainted baby formula months before but decided not to do anything because of the Olympics. I was correct. One Web log post later deleted from several Internet sites purported to be from the daughter of the recently fired chairwoman of the Sanlu dairy.
The blogger, identified as Wu Qing, said her mother informed Shijiazhuang city officials in early August about the melamine-tainted milk powder only to be rebuffed because the Olympics and the city's stop on the torch relay loomed.
"The government's words said 'first guarantee the sacred torch relay and the rest can be put off until later,'" the post said.
I just had a solution for our financial crisis. Since China has tainted baby formula problem and we have the best quality baby formula. On the other hand, we owe China a lot of money (China bought a lot of our debt) and we now have all these bad mortgage loans need to be get rid of. How about we give China our best baby formula and they in return buy our bad mortgage loans and forgive some of our debts. It is a win-win. Problem solved.