Kira Chao

Sign in Board

To add a touch of creativity and quirkiness to the annual summit event for language enthusiasts, I decided to ditch the traditional signature board and opt for a more colorful, interactive and fun approach. I also added a fun twist with a language-related fact. The board features the 12 most commonly used English letters " E T  A O I N S H R D L U ", arranged in the order of their frequency. Guests were invited to color the letters that appear in their names. Once the entire board was fully colored, a UFO 🛸 (the company's mascot) would appear. 

Color the following letter(s) if any of these is in your name.


For example, my name is Kira Chow.
I will color:

K     I      R     A       C    H     O    W    



What is Etaoin Shrdlu?

Etaoin shrdlu is a nonsense phrase that sometimes appeared in print accidentally in the days of "hot type" publishing because of a custom of type-casting machine operators to fill out and discard lines of type when an error was made. It appeared often enough to become part of newspaper lore – a documentary about the last issue of The New York Times composed using hot metal (July 2, 1978) was titled Farewell, Etaoin Shrdlu – and "etaoin shrdlu" is listed in the Oxford English Dictionary and in the Random House Webster's Unabridged Dictionary.  It is the approximate order of frequency of the 12 most commonly used letters in the English language.

Source: Wikipedia

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