It was fun today remembering my visit to China and a great time visiting the hutongs on a bicycle tour. Checking the links, however, gave me a very odd surprise. The old URL of Chinese Culture Club, which organised the tour, is now being squatted. Nothing particularly odd in that. But it is being squatted in Hebrew. I was sufficiently intrigued to ask the machine to translate a couple of sentences and it seems to be be something to do with someone whose partner is obsessed by basketball.

But why?

For the curious, the URL is

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