Zhōngguó

 

What is it with this kid and China/Chinese people? I don’t get it. I don’t mind it, but I don’t get it.

We were walking through Baltimore, on our way to the science center, and a group of Chinese tourists, who were posing for a picture, started pointing at Silas and saying something in a language I don’t understand. Gary said, “Can I take him over to get in their picture?”

I said, “Sure, if they don’t mind.”

They didn’t mind.

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According to Google Translate, “Gǒuzǎi duì” is Chinese for “paparazzi.”

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