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10/31/08

November Theme--Books

Pidgin is considered Hawaiian English. Its origin is from the plantation workers who came to Hawaii in the 19th century. Pidgin has Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese and other influences.

I don't personally speak it, but I understand some of it--and I really like to hear it spoken!

Please take the time to see *wussup* with the other city bloggers around the world.

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Confidential, Wellington, New Zealand by Jeremyb, West Paris (ME), USA by crittoria, West Sacramento (CA), USA by Barbara, Willits (CA), USA by Elaine, Woerden, Netherlands by Marcel, Yakima (WA), USA by katney, Yellowknife, Canada by Arctic Dreamer, York, UK by Ruby in York,

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21 Comments:

Blogger Kate said...

Great title. I'd be interested in reading that book!

October 31, 2008  
Blogger Jilly said...

What a fabulous choice for your blog - love it! And the wassup later...

October 31, 2008  
Blogger Abraham Lincoln said...

I must say this is an interesting book that looks good enough to read. Neat theme day post.

I forgot it was theme day. Duh. So I found a few of the books I wrote and posted pictures of them. A kind of collage of my stuff.

Abraham Wesley Lincoln

October 31, 2008  
Blogger Hope said...

It would be very interesting to read the Bible in Hawaiian English...first time I've ever heard the Holy Bible referred to as Da Jesus Book!

November 01, 2008  
Anonymous Jackie said...

I love listening to pidgin too - though sadly I only ever get to hear it if there are TV travel programmes featuring places where it is spoken. It looks really funny written down.

November 01, 2008  
Blogger ft. lauderdale daily photo said...

Great post for this theme.

November 01, 2008  
Anonymous Ming said...

One of my favorite religious book too.

November 01, 2008  
Blogger Joy said...

Love the book! And yes, I agree that Pidgin is an interesting language.

Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comments. Enjoy your weekend!

joy
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November 01, 2008  
Blogger Chuck Pefley said...

So would "wussup" be Pidgin for "what is up"?

November 01, 2008  
Blogger Belgrade Daily Photo said...

That's interesting, I'll have to learn more about that!

November 01, 2008  
Blogger Kuanyin Moi said...

Yes, Chuck....you got it!

November 01, 2008  
Blogger mirage2g said...

The greek scriptures in Pidgin...very interesting! I need to read one first in German before learning Pidgin =D

You chose a great book of the greatest man who ever lived! Happy theme day!

November 01, 2008  
Blogger Kelly said...

An excellent selection for Theme Day! I love that the "Good Book" is presented as "The Jesus Book!" How cool is that!

November 01, 2008  
Anonymous Mo said...

I didn't know pidgin was spoken in Hawaii. I knew of other places in the Pacific that spoke it. So from your book I take it that it is still spoken.

November 01, 2008  
Blogger Clueless in boston said...

Interesting choice. I didn't know the book had been translated into pidgin.

November 01, 2008  
Blogger Denton said...

I remember pidgin being spoken the last time I was in Hawaii ... There are many similar examples elsewhere as well. For example, Spanglish in the mainland.

November 01, 2008  
Blogger photowannabe said...

Very clever and original theme day post. I would love to read Da Book in pidgen too.
Thanks for following my blog. Its much appreciated.

November 01, 2008  
Blogger Sally said...

He da man?

Thanks for visiting me in Sydney!

November 01, 2008  
Blogger GMG said...

Hi Kuanyin! Back to the Blogosphere to visit this wonderful blog! And this time to be greeted with Halloween and the New Testament. What a mix... ;)
Loved to see the group picture. Is that you playing the red devil? ;))
Meanwhile Blogtrotter is now strolling somewhere around the Holy See of Echmiadzin. Not so exciting, I accept... ;)
Hope you enjoy and have a great Sunday!

November 01, 2008  
Blogger JM said...

Very interesting that Pidgin thing.

November 02, 2008  
Blogger raf said...

Great title, will have to check it out and thanks for the explanation of Pidgin in Hawaii!

November 02, 2008  

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