Asian flu?

Has the entire Asian expat blogosphere shut its eyes and gone to sleep, succumbing to a region-wide dearth of inspiration, or is it just me? Things just seem so slooooow today. I’m definitely grappling with a bad case of writer’s block, which is very unusual for me. So apologies to those who came here seeking my usual sharp wit and priceless insights. Perhaps tomorrow.

The Discussion: 5 Comments

I know what you mean. Today was definitely the quietest day yet on the Living in China aggregator. I’m putting it down to the sudden weather change, in Shanghai at least. It’s colder than a witch’s titty up here.

December 13, 2003 @ 11:41 pm | Comment

You need a day off every now and again. I took mine today. Sunday’s the day to do it.

Saddam’s been captured, so WAKE UP and pundit.

December 14, 2003 @ 6:29 pm | Comment

HOLY SHIT! Thanks for telling me — I had the TV off all day.

What’s there to say about Saddam? His crimes are known to all. He should be brought to trial, found guilty and executed for crimes against humanity.

December 14, 2003 @ 6:51 pm | Comment

And then hang his corpse by its heels in the public square and let the people go at it.

December 14, 2003 @ 6:54 pm | Comment

Slow day? Hey, I was emceeing a Korean event on Sunday evening, DC time, so I was out of the house & unable to post my usual long screeds. We did get to make a few cracks about Saddam at the Christmas party, though. And some excited Korean ladies wanted us to sing “God Bless America,” so we did. Twice. Heh.

Kevin Kim

December 15, 2003 @ 9:50 pm | Comment

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