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Off topic: What happened to the powwow in Shenzhen?
Thread poster: Yongmei Liu
Yongmei Liu  Identity Verified
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Aug 3, 2004

Any news, stories, photos? Thanks.

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Kevin Yang  Identity Verified
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Please let us have the opportunity to share your joy! Aug 3, 2004

Hello, Yongmei and Everyone!

I was wondering about that, too. I would love to hear someone went to the meeting talking about it. Like last one in Hangzhou, I can help to post some of the pictures here in the Chinese Forum. Please let us have the opportunity to share your joy!

Kevin


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Zhoudan  Identity Verified
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Yes. Aug 3, 2004

I'm curious, too.

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Yongmei Liu  Identity Verified
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Oh I get it Aug 4, 2004

It was a secret meeting, right? It never happened. I never asked.

Wink, wink.


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Kevin Yang  Identity Verified
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You guys did such a nice job for the last Hangzhou meeting. Aug 5, 2004

Yongmei Liu wrote:

It was a secret meeting, right? It never happened. I never asked.

Wink, wink.


Hi, Zhoudan and Yongmei,

You guys did such a nice job in last Hangzhou meeting. One thing I appreciated very much, I hope everyone else did, too, was that you wrote about it before and after the meeting here in the Chinese Forum. So everyone had a chance to learn about it and to view the pictures you took right here.

Enjoy your summer!

Kevin


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chica nueva
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Agree with Kevin Aug 6, 2004

Agree.It was great.Thanks guys - the Hangzhou group, Denyce et al (Zhoudan, Sundari?) and everyone else who took part. There are a few of us in NZ, who knows, perhaps Auckland some time...

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I would love to visit New Zealand in future. Aug 6, 2004

Lesley McLachlan wrote:

Agree.It was great.Thanks guys - the Hangzhou group, Denyce et al (Zhoudan, Sundari?) and everyone else who took part. There are a few of us in NZ, who knows, perhaps Auckland some time...


Hi, Lesley,

New Zealand is such a magnificent country. I was able to view its beauty from the film “The Lord of the Rings”. I was told that this movie was mostly shot from there. I would love to visit there in future, perhaps with a whole group of the translators as you suggested.

Kevin


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HymnLau
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Nothing... Aug 7, 2004

I was rung up at that 6am of that morning, and be told that meeting is cancelled or deferred....

So, actually nothing happened.


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Yongmei Liu  Identity Verified
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Thanks for the update! Aug 8, 2004

Better luck next time.

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Kevin Yang  Identity Verified
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Thank you, HymnLau, for the info! Aug 8, 2004

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I was rung up at that 6am of that morning, and be told that meeting is cancelled or deferred....

So, actually nothing happened.


HymnLau,

Thank you for the info! Sorry to hear that. I wonder what happened. Anyhow, ProZ.com is such a wonderful platform that connects more and more transslators from all over the world. Please keep us informed on your whereabouts and future powwow meetings by taking advantage of the Chinese Forum here.

Ciao!

Kevin


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