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+ - Couple trys to name baby '@'

Submitted by linuxwrangler
linuxwrangler (582055) writes "A Chinese couple has applied to name their baby @. The Chinese often use an English-like pronunciation of '@' with a pronounced 'T' which is similar in Mandarin to "love him". It is not-yet known if the government, which recently banned use of Arabic numerals, foreign languages, and non-Chinese symbols in names, will accept baby @."
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Couple trys to name baby '@'

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