Tenwest Mandarin School

User profile: nnoble

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  • RegisteredAugust 28, 2007
  • RegionChina
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  • RegisteredAugust 28, 2007

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Forums > Living in Kunming > WPS and the Cloud

The last security update I can locate for Works was posted September 2012. If this is correct, then it suggests you’re highly vulnerable.

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Forums > Living in Kunming > find a band

Buddy Holly, Britney Spears, Alicia Keys, Elvis Costello, Elton John, Justin Bieber, Jerry Garcia, John Lennon etc, etc, etc........

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Forums > Living in Kunming > WPS and the Cloud

Follow this link to read about file associations:

etc.usf.edu/[...]
About this dialog: "get 1G free storage space for WPS users" - it looks like a promotion from www.wps.com which is owned/run by Kingsoft. Do you have any Kingsoft applications on your PC? Translation software? If so, try closing this stuff. I'm clutching at straws here but once again, your WPS files are almost certainly safe. Stick them on a thumb drive if you can. Some Windows user will be along here at some point so let them know what version of Windows you're using.

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Forums > Living in Kunming > WPS and the Cloud

Close Firefox. Check file properties/ file associations of one of your known WPS files.

The Firefox update could be coincidental and somehow your WPS files have become associated or linked to another application. Your files are probably intact so don’t do anything premature or drastic. (Happily) not used Windows for more than a decade, so unable to guide in detail.

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'I had failed her. And my heart sank with fear and guilt.': I can get close to empathising with that feeling. Prior to leaving Kunming, and after years of success, almost an entire class failed to reach the level they desperately needed. Regardless of the real external cause and the failure of third parties, the sickening feeling of panic and guilt in the pit of the stomach is real and can return unexpectedly at odd moments even years later.

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Ever since seeing patients having teeth extracted on the street when working in Guizhou many years ago I've studiously avoided dental treatment here. So when pushed into a corner because a Thai dentist confessed to being unqualified to do a particular procedure I feared the worst. It was at least reassuring when the Huiying dentist confessed it would be tricky. Within 40 minutes, during which I nearly dozed off, the job was complete and the care surpassed anything I've had in my life, and all without any fuss.

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My one and only impression is that Richland is a cash deposit facility dressed up as medical establishment with actors dressed up as nurses. The 'doctors' turning up late, if at all, for rehearsal.