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Daina Jauntirans  Identity Verified
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Jul 1, 2003

You might be interested in these stories about interpreters on one episode of National Public Radio's "This American Life" show. One of the featured interpreters interprets for basketball star Yao Ming.



Click Episodes/Real Audio on the left side navigation bar, then click 2003 and scroll down to "Lost in Translation". You need RealPlayer to listen.


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Claudia Iglesias  Identity Verified
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Thanks Daina Jul 1, 2003

But the link is not visible...

I'll try to put it here

http://www.thislife.org/

It worked!
I took off the signs around it (if I write them my text becomes invisible).
And I could see it in your post trying to "answer with quote".

[Edited at 2003-07-01 21:26]


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Thanks Claudia! Jul 2, 2003

I'll learn how to do this one day!


Claudia Iglesias wrote:

But the link is not visible...

I'll try to put it here

http://www.thislife.org/

It worked!
I took off the signs around it (if I write them my text becomes invisible).
And I could see it in your post trying to "answer with quote".

[Edited at 2003-07-01 21:26]


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