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Hi Matt
I run a NGO in Ghana working with HIV/AIDS and I will be going to Kunming next week. I would like to get connected with Clare Ye Sheng; can you please pass my contact details over to her and give me her email?!


Sebastian Lindstrom
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Chairman Light for Children (Ghana)

It's great to see, after all these years of talk, that environmental policy might be starting to grow some teeth.
I've also read that a lot of Beijingers and city govt leaders are looking at how they can keep up the environmental improvements they made during the Olympics. Some good came out of those games after all.

we know that was not perfect..
actually we ve just tried our best(a music festival as cheap and fun as possible for all) and we have work a lot for that...
people don t realize how hard it was and the problems that we ve had.

a few hours before the concert the police came and want us to stop the festival and was trying to make proplems to all of us.(permit, visa, ....)
there presence was a pain for us too and was uncontrolable...sorry for that..
about that racist asshole, we don t know, but we know that his own way to think doesn t reflect ours( we HATE nationalism!!!!)
sorry for that and hopefully the next want will be bether for everibody!!
so if you re not happy don t come or

do your own!!!

It's worth noting here that the word 'information' translates to 'tongzhi' which means propaganda.

Equally, it's worth repeating the OED definition: An organized programme of publicity, selected information, etc., used to propagate a doctrine, practice, etc., especially regarded as misleading or dishonest.

I have been to Kunming a couple and I have a friend there who have done the same thing with old clothes, how can we in the USA help, and can it be done without tariff's, maybe get one of the Chinese airlines that do a non-stop to Seattle WA to help,



How shocking--after all, you each link to the other and Danwei posts your items regularly.

I would write more but I have to go give myself an award for best comment on your website...

Interesting, but I think it was not so much that the canal extended the lake northwards, but that the area north of the lake (much was is now the area on either side of Dianchi Lu) was shallow water and swamp land back then. It as, as far as I know, only during the 1960s that the dike at Haigeng Park was built and the area north turned into, actually pretty unusable, farmland, before becoming southern KM since the late 1990s.