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September 05, 2002

Talking Trash in Taiwan

You may think your problem students talk trash, but that's nothing compared to Taiwan's talking rubbish trucks. Trucks in Tainan spew out phrases like "How are you?" and "I'm fine, thank you." as part of the southern city's efforts to internationalize. The mobile English lessons replaced the classical music that was previously used to call people to put out their rubbish.

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