Bwahahaha…I don’t read Mandarin nor knows how to write Mandarin except for my own name. But since KennyP is such a good supporter of my humble blog, I am going to do a little buzz for his KennyP’s Technology blog.
I think being able to write Mandarin has a lot of advantage because of the big market in China, Hongkong and even Malaysia and Singapore. Moreover, you do not have to compete with the markets in the US, UK and Australia. Whatever contents are therefore, more original and attractive. Since, I don’t know a thing from Kenny’s site, let me copy and paste what I think is his about page here:
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So, if you have run out of idea on blogging, try writing in Mandarin. Remember, China has 1 billion people? That’s all I can say about Kenny’s site because LOL, I can’t read a thing of what he wrote. Kenny, thanks for being a great supporter of my poor blog. (yeah, traffic is pathetic still)
While I am writing about Mandarin sites, I just found that my blog is ranked #10 out of 482 million pages for make money in Yahoo HK. Fuyoh, kerng!