This one goes out to Singapore and France...

I've been noticing my readership growing in France and Singapore, not sure which cities, or even if my counter site is accurate. But just in case, I've included a "translate" function on the right side of my blog. You can now translate into French and Chinese [which google says is the official language of Singapore, but let me know if I'm wrong]. Enjoy! 享用! Appréciez!

4 comments:

afoos said...

I can attest to one of your readers in France. I'm a high-school friend of Jaime and Jason Miller and live in Paris. I like to read her friends' blogs too- different perspectives on life are always interesting.

Drew Caperton said...

Just let me know if something on here translates um... poorly. I wouldn't to unknowingly offend the French. If I offend, I want it to be on purpose.

jerry said...

Drew you should right a book. lets call it uh, "The purpose driven offense".

Tracy Reynolds said...

DREW
Singapore doesn't really have an official langauage. They learn both English and Chinese in school, But, English is considered the most common language for this multi-cultural place. There are way too many ethnic groups to just have one or two. I know this because I have lived in Singapore for the has three years and going on 4. Surprising many can't read chinese either, because there are too many character to learn.