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  • Franklyn, 30 from San Francisco, CA
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    30, San Francisco, CA
    Hello,guess filling the application has said much about my christian views.well am also a very passionate,caring to the extent i can be.optimistic in every activity.This space is small to accommodate my experinces in life
  • Kunle, 33 from Daly City, CA
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    33, Daly City, CA
    I am passionate about activities like sports, games, books, movies and music. I am very simple but ambitious, focused and highly determined towards achieving my set goals. I love meeting new people from diverse backgrounds and cultures within the christian faith. I love to work smart and take good care of myself.
  • Steve, 22 from San Francisco, CA
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    22, San Francisco, CA
    The different varieties of Chinese are known as Fang Yan (fangyan), which is translated as 'regional languages', 'toplects', 'dialects' or 'varieties'. The English term dialect normally refers to mutually intelligible varieties of a single language, though the distinction between dialects and languages is often for sociological and political reasons rather than linguistic ones. Chinese people generally refer to Chinese as a single language with a number of different dialects or varieties. However there is little mutual intelligiblity between the different varieties of Chinese and as a result some non-Chinese linguists refer to them as separate languages. A distinction is made in Chinese between spoken and written language. In China the written form of Chinese, which is perceived as being uniform throughout the country is referred to as Zhong Wen (zhongwen), while the terms Yu [Yu ] (yu) or Hua [Hua ] (hua) are used in the names of spoken varities of Chinese, e.g. Mandarin Chinese is known as Yi Yu [Han Yu ] (hanyu) = "Han language", or Pu Tong Hua [Pu Tong Hua ] (putonghua) = "common language" in China. elsewhere it is refered to as Guo Yu [Guo Yu ] (guoyu) = "national language" or Hua Yu [Hua Yu ] (huayu) = "Chinese language". The word Yi [Han ] (han) is used to refer to the Chinese people and comes from the Han Dynasty (206 BC - 220 AD).
  • Bleek, 49 from Pittsburg, CA
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    49, Pittsburg, CA
    I am passionate about life and helping others to improve their lives. Life is my best teacher. My grandmother made a great impact in my life and taught me to always be a man and a gentleman. I enjoy spending time with my two (2) Rhodesian Ridgebacks and I enjoy being around cool and fun people.
  • Joseph, 37 from San Mateo, CA
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    37, San Mateo, CA
    My Passionate is being humble and faithful to her and getting to know who she is. My Family is the most influential in my life being there for me in an important way My my time importantly useful designing art and fashion clothing, exercising, outdoor activities, biking, hiking, watersports
  • John, 41 from San Francisco, CA
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    41, San Francisco, CA