By the way, never heard of "Wu"??
and ICE CREAM is not one of them
i am chinese anyways
From Wikipedia: "Constitutionally, there is dispute over whether the government [of Taiwan] claims sovereignty over all of 'China,' in a definition that includes mainland China and Outer Mongolia, but the ROC has not made retaking mainland China a political goal since 1992. However, the government's stance on defining its political position of relation with China largely depends on which political coalition is in charge. Meanwhile, the PRC also asserts itself to be the sole legal representation of China and claims Taiwan as its 23rd province to be under its sovereignty, denying the status and existence of ROC as a sovereign state."
I am hardly an expert on such things, though, and defer to the group mind.
I mean, sometimes i see such a good or funny comment, that i wont to like it, but i cant :D
Although Wu is a dialect, it contains a huge number of sub-dialects, which may vary from town to town; a native speaker of one of these sub-dialects might not readily understand another sub-dialect, or even find it incomprehensible/unintelligible.
between Nepal and China