Thursday, June 14, 2007

Everybody Wang Tao Tonight

With more than a billion people now sharing just 100 surnames, Chinese authorities are considering a landmark move to try to end the confusion.

For instance, a father named Zhou and mother named Zhu could choose to call their child either Zhou, Zhu, Zhouzhu or Zhuzhou, the report added.

Oh, that's much easier.

Doesn't matter. In about 100 years, we'll all be named Wang or Chen.

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