Pictures and reports of my trip to Nanking and Beijing

Hi all,

Please see the following url for pictures and reports of my trip to
Nanking and Beijing in early July, where I promoted unicycling and worked
on organizing the China Team to Unicon XI.

   <a href="http://www.kanji.org/kanji/jack/travel/unipicts.htm">http://www.kanji.org/kanji/jack/travel/unipicts.htm</a>

Stay on top, Jack Halpern Executive Director for International Development
International Unicycling Federation, Inc. Website: http://www.kanji.org

Jack,

Thanks so much for posting the pictures of your trip to China. I have always been interested in other culture’s methods and ways as well as the varying landscapes and beauty of other countries. I’ve traveled to Canada and Mexico but have not been overseas. It seems at times that we tend to get stuck in the little box of our surroundings and forget how big the world really is. Your pictures and others like them help bring the world to life. They were great pictures! I especially liked the one of Ma Liwu riding your unicycle. It must have been a wonderful experience interacting with the local people on a personal level in their home environment.

Bruce
yoopers@inwave.com
http://move.to/daup

Greetings

Thanks for your comments. I hope my trip will really get unicycling
started in Nanjing. I plan to do something similar in Korea next month. I
have tried very hard by contacting various Korean cycling organizations
and searching the Internet, buit have had no real success.

If anyone has any leads on unicycling in Korea, please let me know. I am
going to Seoul on August 6.

In message “Re: Pictures and reports of my trip to Nanking and Beijing”,
yoopers wrote…
>Jack,
>
>Thanks so much for posting the pictures of your trip to China. I have
>always been interested in other culture’s methods and ways as well as
>the varying landscapes and beauty of other countries. I’ve traveled to
>Canada and Mexico but have not been overseas. It seems at times that we
>tend to get stuck in the little box of our surroundings and forget how
>big the world really is. Your pictures and others like them help bring
>the world to life. They were great pictures! I especially liked the one
>of Ma Liwu riding your unicycle. It must have been a wonderful
>experience interacting with the local people on a personal level in
>their home environment.
>
>Bruce yoopers@inwave.com http://move.to/daup

Regards, Jack Halpern President, The CJK Dictionary Institute, Inc.
http://www.cjk.org Phone: +81-48-473-3508