- http://blogs.arno.fi/guanxi/ is (or pretends to be) in Simplified Chinese, written on the Chinese mainland
- http://blogs.arno.fi/yilingyi/ isÃ‚Â (or pretends to be)Ã‚Â in Traditional Chinese, written here in Taiwan
Guanxi means "relations", as in "Community Relations". It's also a very common word describing how to get things done in China. It even has its own English language Wikipedia entry.
Yi-ling-yi means one-oh-one, as in Taipei 101. This number sequence also means "special" in Chinese. Taipei 101 is the world's highest completed skyscraper. Needless to say, that merits another Wikipedia entry, not to mention a blog entry in Traditional Chinese.
Tomorrow, I'll make another attempt at giving a short MySQL speech in Mandarin. Well, technically speaking, it's already today, as it's 3:30am in Taipei. My internal clock has gone awry.