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    Quote Originally Posted by timbar
    I am also british born chinese and a friend of wai. Am going to be in HK from 9th to 18th. I would love to pop along to a session. I live quite in the sticks and am in Sha Tau Kok!!.

    Where did u say we can get sessions?
    You and your friend Waiwai8 can contact Cheung Tung by email and ask to join his weekly sessions. You are right about where you live, near the China/HK border, which is a bit too far out of the way to play in Kowloon, the place where Cheung Tung's sessions are held. However, Wai should not find it too inconvenient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    PrinceTT, Cheung Tung has made arrangements for a badminton night on Friday night, 8-10pm, Oct. 29. Other details in a separate pm to you.
    For Machiko, you are welcome to join them. Suggest you call Cheung Tung at 97879118 just to confirm, as Cheung is aware of your interest in joining in the fun.
    There will be about 15 players, including 4 from PrinceTT, Machiko and 10 players from Cheung Tung's side, who are grades B and C, possibly including Mr Ng of Luxis sports (grade B).
    Anybody can PM the detail of the session mentioned above? Where and how much? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smashguy
    Anybody can PM the detail of the session mentioned above? Where and how much? Thanks!
    I think this session has about reached the maximum no. of players. Maybe, you can wait for the proposed November trip by Wai and his friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    You and your friend Waiwai8 can contact Cheung Tung by email and ask to join his weekly sessions. You are right about where you live, near the China/HK border, which is a bit too far out of the way to play in Kowloon, the place where Cheung Tung's sessions are held. However, Wai should not find it too inconvenient.
    thanks for the advice but cheung tung pmed me as soon as he saw my first query.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waiwai8
    thanks for the advice but cheung tung pmed me as soon as he saw my first query.
    For Waiwai8, that is not possible as Cheung Tung is not a member of this forum and he has confirmed he never pmed you. You must have received a pm from an imposter, so be careful. Please check your end where the purported pm really came from. Cheung Tung's email is inskysport@yahoo.comhk and his 'phone no. is 97879118. He has no pm address at all and neither can he pm you.
    For PrinceTT, Cheung Tung has received your email and he knows your real name. I suggest you use your real name when you call him upon your arrival. For added security, you can verify with me by calling me at the two 'phone numbers I have given you separately.

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    Thanks for the advise.
    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    For Waiwai8, that is not possible as Cheung Tung is not a member of this forum and he has confirmed he never pmed you. You must have received a pm from an imposter, so be careful. Please check your end where the purported pm really came from. Cheung Tung's email is inskysport@yahoo.comhk and his 'phone no. is 97879118. He has no pm address at all and neither can he pm you.
    For PrinceTT, Cheung Tung has received your email and he knows your real name. I suggest you use your real name when you call him upon your arrival. For added security, you can verify with me by calling me at the two 'phone numbers I have given you separately.

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    Thanks for the advise.
    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    For Waiwai8, that is not possible as Cheung Tung is not a member of this forum and he has confirmed he never pmed you. You must have received a pm from an imposter, so be careful. Please check your end where the purported pm really came from. Cheung Tung's email is inskysport@yahoo.comhk and his 'phone no. is 97879118. He has no pm address at all and neither can he pm you.
    For PrinceTT, Cheung Tung has received your email and he knows your real name. I suggest you use your real name when you call him upon your arrival. For added security, you can verify with me by calling me at the two 'phone numbers I have given you separately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    For Waiwai8, that is not possible as Cheung Tung is not a member of this forum and he has confirmed he never pmed you. You must have received a pm from an imposter, so be careful. Please check your end where the purported pm really came from. Cheung Tung's email is inskysport@yahoo.comhk and his 'phone no. is 97879118. He has no pm address at all and neither can he pm you.
    oh! correction. i was pmed by someone called cheung (but not cheung tung) i assumed it was him. so who's cheung?

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    Quote Originally Posted by waiwai8
    oh! correction. i was pmed by someone called cheung (but not cheung tung) i assumed it was him. so who's cheung?
    I have no idea. You can pm him and ask him.

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    Default Thanks Taneepak, Cheung Tung, Tessa and friends

    To: Cheung Tung, Tessa, Coach Ng, Edward, Coach Simon, Windy, Joey, Tom, So Hung(?) and Company, (sorry I forgot the other names )



    We are back in the Philippines! We just want to let you know that we enjoyed our stay in Hong Kong…especially our badminton session with all of you. Thank you for being so nice to us. We really, really, appreciate it. Special mention to Taneepak! Thank you for introducing your friends to us. Without you, we will never meet these wonderful people during our short stay there. Here is the picture I promised for everyone to see! See you guys next year?



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    Quote Originally Posted by waiwai8
    i'm a british born chinese. i play at a high level, division 1 standard (been playing for 16 years). ill b on holiday in hong kong from 6/11 to 19/11. any chance of a session? ill be staying in 'sow gei wan'. i dont know hk too well..is there somewhere nearby or in kowloon i could go for an evening session?

    thanks

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    Would you like to have a few sessions with a member of the Guandong Badminton Team, currently on a coaching assignment in Hong Kong? His name is Lau Keen, aged 24, and he is a very fast player. His schedule is tight; but if you are interested, I think I can arrange to have someone sneak you into his sessions where you can play against him and learn and share with him about badminton. Please pm me asap if you are interested, as time is short in view of your arrival Nov.6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    Would you like to have a few sessions with a member of the Guandong Badminton Team, currently on a coaching assignment in Hong Kong? His name is Lau Keen, aged 24, and he is a very fast player. His schedule is tight; but if you are interested, I think I can arrange to have someone sneak you into his sessions where you can play against him and learn and share with him about badminton. Please pm me asap if you are interested, as time is short in view of your arrival Nov.6.
    thank you for offering, but ive just realised that id have to devote a whole night for a badminton session. in view of the fact that ill b staying in sau kei wan wouldnt it b too far to travel to kowloon (if thats where the sessions are to be held)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by waiwai8
    thank you for offering, but ive just realised that id have to devote a whole night for a badminton session. in view of the fact that ill b staying in sau kei wan wouldnt it b too far to travel to kowloon (if thats where the sessions are to be held)?
    if its really good, ill put aside a night for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by waiwai8
    if its really good, ill put aside a night for it
    He is a member of the guandong province team (who have players such as xie xingfang and chen qi qiu in ) of course it is worth it!!!!!!!!!!

    If the offers open to me, I will come?!!!!!! (j/k i have to work )

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    Quote Originally Posted by waiwai8
    if its really good, ill put aside a night for it
    It is really an easy commute between Sau Kei Wan and Kowloon, where the peferred mode of transportation is the MTR (tube). I think it will be worth your trip, as you will get a rare chance to play against a top Chinese provincial player. Please indicate your preferred date, and I will see if it is convenient. Alternatively, would you prefer that Lau Keen fixes a date? Pls advise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    It is really an easy commute between Sau Kei Wan and Kowloon, where the peferred mode of transportation is the MTR (tube). I think it will be worth your trip, as you will get a rare chance to play against a top Chinese provincial player. Please indicate your preferred date, and I will see if it is convenient. Alternatively, would you prefer that Lau Keen fixes a date? Pls advise.
    for what it's worth, im a division 1 standard uk player, that may translate to div 10 in chinese badminton standards. lets say 9 Nov? but for him not to expect too much. i think its better to pm from now on.

    thanks wai

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    Quote Originally Posted by waiwai8
    for what it's worth, im a division 1 standard uk player, that may translate to div 10 in chinese badminton standards. lets say 9 Nov? but for him not to expect too much. i think its better to pm from now on.

    thanks wai


    IMHO a top provincial player of guandong (assuming he is in first team) will be able to easily beat our (England) best national singles level. Even if he was in the second team I would still say he should win.

    You should DEFINATELEY make time!

    Have fun!

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