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Felix Hu
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ma spoon is too big
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I miss writing about food so I'm going to start again.

This is a dish inspired by the steamed pork ribs you get at dim sum. I adapted the technique it by braising chunks of pork shoulder steaks, but the ingredients are otherwise similar: Chinese fermented black beans, garlic, ginger, soy, xiao shing rice wine, and corn starch.
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Brrr! It's too cold for me.

To my friends who are frequent users of Google+:

I'd like to know what you like about Google+. I want to understand what Google is doing right for you that Facebook and others aren't. How are you using it and with whom?

This is a serious inquiry. If you prefer, feel free to message me.

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architecture firm or web startup? #designisuniversal
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The things that make you feel like you're not trying hard enough.
After Long Road, Nothing Left to Do but Win

"The Olympic Stadium filled Saturday morning and applause rose as Oscar Pistorius of South Africa lined up for the first round of the 400 meters. He did something he rarely does in the starting blocks. He smiled."

Read more here from +The New York Timeshttp://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/05/sports/olympics/oscar-pistorius-advances-to-400-meter-semifinals.html?hp
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Come join us in a Google+ Hangout On Air for an informative session on how you can untie Georgia's traffic knot through the upcoming July 31 vote on the Regional Transportation Referendum.  Questions will be taken from participants.  Be sure to post your questions in the comment section below.  Panelists will include Mayor Reed,  Mark Toro (Managing Partner, North American Properties) and Saba Long (Press Secretary, Untie Atlanta).
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Join the Georgia Tech Pride Alumni Affinity Group for our monthly social. Network, make friends and catch up with old ones. Come by and say hi!

Georgia Tech Pride Alumni (GTPA) is a community of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and supportive Tech alumni, faculty and staff. GTPA focuses on connecting LGBT alumni, supporting current students in their professional development, and engaging in service towards Georgia Tech and the broader community.
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