February 19, 2003
Posted by whykay at February 19, 2003 11:47 PM
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Hi. My name is John and I am a Lowell High School Junior from San Francisco, CA in the USA. I just want to say you have a great website here. Living in liberal San Francisco, I do not get a perspective of how it is to live without any asians around me. I am currently doing a project for my chinese class at school and hope that you can help me understand your point of view. Like do you view yourself as Irish, Irish Chinese, Chinese Irish, or Chinese? Or how do you and your chinese friends feel about interacial marriage and how do your parents feel about that? If you are not busy, you can contact me through my email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thank you for your time and keep up the great work!
Hi - ur site is cool. I was hoping u might be able to help me. I'm a 4th yr graphics student @ DIT & I'm doing a lifestyle magazine as my main end of year piece; 2 articles - 1 on tattoos and 1 on how Ireland is becoming more culturally diverse. I was reading ur ibc blog and was wondering if u've (or any1 else) has found a good (& positive) article on multi-cultural Ireland/ethnic diversity in Ireland? All I can get are refugee statistics or racial attacks. The length isn't really important as the course is graphics orientated but I would like to get a decent positive article & I don't have time to write one myself. Thanks. Love the illustrations btw.
Greetings fellow blogger,
I really like your blog. It gives some very interesting insights into your life.
I am a German who is currently working in Seattle. In Advertising. I really have been contemplating about moving to Dublin,Ireland, and I am going to do so this August. It would be fantastic if we could maybe get in contact and you could possibly give me some hints. I have never been to Ireland, but am fascinated by its people and culture. Also, I love to fly fish. My email address is email@example.com
It would be great to hear from you.
Thanks and Cheers,
Like Mario, I'm contemplating taking a job in Ireland, and would appreciate some tips on the process. Thanks in advance! -- Hasan
Do you want me to reply to you personally, or as a comment? Good place to is http://www.oasis.gov.ie/
It gives you details of moving to Ireland such as taxes, transport, wages and much more useful stuff. This is the best Irish government site I have been to. Even I look at this site for info on wages, regietering for stuff etc...
Heeey girl! How's life treating you? Sorry for taking so long 2 get back to you. Just finished college so i'm at the crosswards-whether 2 get a proper job or return to college. Maybe i'll do both. If you hear of any jobs please let me know babe. Heading off 2 east Cork next week-i can't wait.
Lol Ada (">)
PS: Luv the site!
thanks for a really interesting blog.
thanks for a really interesting blog.
and they're not stereo. My wife's old '92 direcway Infiniti Q45 had a terrific Bose AM receiver digital satellite tv that did stereo remarkably well. Infiniti "de-contented" free dish network AM stereo in 1994, using the same shitty tuner direct tv they put in Nissan's Maxima line. That's what's dishsinologies in my wife's '95 Q45. Listening to it is torture. free directv
There are still a smattering of AM stereo free direct tv radios in older cars. I don't know of any new directv cars (and I rent quite a few) that still feature free satellite tv it. Far as I know, nearly all of the radios
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Vicky, I was fascinated by your site! Both surprised and excited to find that you are from Limerick. As a Chinese girl living in Limerick back in 1988-1992, I thought I was the only one! Having just completed my Master's degree in London, I'm still based here, but travelling to Dublin monthly for my piano lessons. I'm seriously considering relocating to Dublin. As I used to have fond childhood memories of my life in Ireland, I am very much dismayed by the racism geared towards me on my recent visits. I was so shocked that I didn't know how to respond! Angered that the country which I attribute my friendly and cheery personality to is in no longer welcoming. Now I must think twice before the move. Would love to talk to you about your experience.
I am producing an independent radio program and would be delighted if you could give me some insights in to the Chinese community in Dublin.
I have no Chinese contacts and luckily came across your website which has helped me greatly.
The program will be about Chinese gang activity in Dublin. Firsty, please don't think that the prgram will be a tool for attacking Dublin's Chinese commmunity. In fact I want to higlight the problems that Chinese students living in Dublin face with regards to gangs from their own community.
I would be very grateful if you could discuss this in more detail with me,