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    Oh, and please post a review later of your "Encounter"

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    Quote Originally Posted by wood_22_chuck
    Oh, and please post a review later of your "Encounter"

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    ok, only if i live to tell

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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
    Don't be be too intimadated. He also plays with friends who are C grade, but only good friends or friends of his very good friends. This is how I am trying to get you in. Will revert on your preferred day by pm asap.

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    Default I want to know where i can play!!!

    Hi all,

    I just wanted to know where i would be able to join a group/club to play badminton in HK. I'll be here for 2 months over the Australian summer holidays. but i'm usu. working Mon to sat but off at night.

    I didn't bring a racket back so I have no racket at the moment. but will be considering buying a racket early next month.

    if you guys/gals can fit an extra person to play, could you please kindly SMS me or call me on 65300969. I'm living in Lai chi Kok.

    Hanson

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    Wink Thank you very much Mr Tan, Cheung Tung & Lau Geen

    Hi Mr Tan, Mr Cheung Tung, Lau Geen and Hanson

    Just wanted to say thanks for your hospitality (although unfortunately I didn't see you Mr Tan) throughout my stay in Hong Kong.

    As a someone who has played in Hong Kong as a traveller, I would personally recommend contacting taneepak through private messaging (Mr Tan) who will put you in contact with Mr Cheung Tung who both knows about different clubs to play in and is a supplier of badminton goods at a very good rate.

    I have attended 2 different clubs and bought 3 racquets off Mr Cheung Tung. For the better players, ask to play with Lau Geen, he's pretty sharp !

    Thank you all very much

    Wai
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    Hi WaiWai8, how did your games go? I am sure Ah Tung was no match for you. What about Lau Keen? Did you test him out? Lau Keen may be a good singles player but he is an atrocious stringer. You should see the terrible things he did to his racquets which he strung himself.
    Sorry about not meeting you this time. I don't now venture out from Tuen Mun, which is where I live, to go to HK island or Kowloon too often. Glad to hear you had a good time.

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    No kidding! Even with the West Rail Line, you still have to spend an hour on public transportation from Tuen Mun to HK Island. So you probably get off at Nam Cheong Station and transfer to the Tung Chung Line.

    http://www.kcrc.com/eng/services/services/popup.asp?img='images/wr_route.jpg'

    http://www.mtr.com.hk/jplanner/planner_index.php

    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    Hi WaiWai8, how did your games go? I am sure Ah Tung was no match for you. What about Lau Keen? Did you test him out? Lau Keen may be a good singles player but he is an atrocious stringer. You should see the terrible things he did to his racquets which he strung himself.
    Sorry about not meeting you this time. I don't now venture out from Tuen Mun, which is where I live, to go to HK island or Kowloon too often. Glad to hear you had a good time.
    Last edited by Pete LSD; 12-06-2004 at 09:40 PM.

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    Cool hello there!!!



    nei ho!

    hello, to all the people of the forums! most especially to taneepak who is so very welcoming to everyone here!!!

    anyway, i am originally from the Philippines where I am an average Class C player (well, Class C as far as the Philippines is concerned, dunno here in HK). i will be staying here in HK for the next 3 months at least and looking for groups i can play with on a regular basis.

    i live in Mui Wo, but am willing to travel to as far as Honk Kong Side just to play... ehehehe...

    here's hoping someone will reply to my post... thanks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinjin


    nei ho!

    hello, to all the people of the forums! most especially to taneepak who is so very welcoming to everyone here!!!

    anyway, i am originally from the Philippines where I am an average Class C player (well, Class C as far as the Philippines is concerned, dunno here in HK). i will be staying here in HK for the next 3 months at least and looking for groups i can play with on a regular basis.

    i live in Mui Wo, but am willing to travel to as far as Honk Kong Side just to play... ehehehe...

    here's hoping someone will reply to my post... thanks!!!
    Dear Shinjin,
    Welcome to this forum.
    Have you sent any PM to taneepak yet? I'm sure Mr. Tan will kindly help you out in this.
    Best regards
    redkingjoe

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    Cool will do...

    Quote Originally Posted by redkingjoe
    Dear Shinjin,
    Welcome to this forum.
    Have you sent any PM to taneepak yet? I'm sure Mr. Tan will kindly help you out in this.
    Best regards
    redkingjoe
    hey redkingjoe!

    nope, not yet... hehehe... i don't want to PM him/her just yet as I'd want to be welcome first... ehehehe...

    but will do that once I get to be known here more...

    btw, where do you play? can we play together? but i warn you though, i am just an average player in our standards... maybe lesser in yours...

    thanks for responding!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinjin
    hey redkingjoe!

    nope, not yet... hehehe... i don't want to PM him/her just yet as I'd want to be welcome first... ehehehe...

    but will do that once I get to be known here more...

    btw, where do you play? can we play together? but i warn you though, i am just an average player in our standards... maybe lesser in yours...

    thanks for responding!!!
    Really glad to see you post again. Mr. Tan is super extra extremely exceedingly helpful so he is always busy(you know helping needs a lot of time). I don't know your time frame but if you can wait than Mr. Tan might welcome you directly later or might be he'll be too busy to miss this(I can't represent him, you know.). You will speed up the case if you PM.

    I had an accident half a year ago and injured my back. I had not fully recovered yet. It might take another 3-6 months. Once I get over, I will continue to learn from my son and his coach.
    Hope you have a happy time in HK.
    best regards
    red
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinjin


    nei ho!

    hello, to all the people of the forums! most especially to taneepak who is so very welcoming to everyone here!!!

    anyway, i am originally from the Philippines where I am an average Class C player (well, Class C as far as the Philippines is concerned, dunno here in HK). i will be staying here in HK for the next 3 months at least and looking for groups i can play with on a regular basis.

    i live in Mui Wo, but am willing to travel to as far as Honk Kong Side just to play... ehehehe...

    here's hoping someone will reply to my post... thanks!!!
    Mui Wo is in Lantau and if you willing to take the long boat commute to Tsim Sha Tsui, I will see if I can arrange for someone to pick you up at the Tsim Sha Tsui jetty for some badminton in Kowloon. Although choice may be slightly limited to arrange for sessions comprising mostly class C players, it can neverthless be arranged. Pls pm me your preferred days and time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    Hi WaiWai8, how did your games go? I am sure Ah Tung was no match for you. What about Lau Keen? Did you test him out? Lau Keen may be a good singles player but he is an atrocious stringer. You should see the terrible things he did to his racquets which he strung himself.
    Sorry about not meeting you this time. I don't now venture out from Tuen Mun, which is where I live, to go to HK island or Kowloon too often. Glad to hear you had a good time.
    the games went well and i thoroughly enjoyed them. yes i did test lau geen out, in my opinion our speed and agility are very similar also very similar standard. funny, when we were playing together we seemd to cover each other too much coz we're both quick to reocver and cover the other.

    anyway thanks a lot nevertheless, when i come back to hk ill contact u again =)

    thanks

    wai

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    Cool hey everyone!!!

    haya, haya, haya!!! (yes, yes, yes!!!)

    finally, i was able to play with the famed Ah Tung and his friends... thanks guys... you were all great... there was these two young ones, and they really beat our behinds off! hehehe...

    anyway, i am again looking forward to the next time we meet... and this time, i would like to play with taneepak!!! hahaha!!!

    thanks again, guys!

    Shinjin

    PS: oh, and i am learning some Cantonese, though still limited to numbers... yes!

    Me: yat, yi, sam, sey, uh... hmp, lok, ahhhhh... what was it??? hehehe...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinjin
    haya, haya, haya!!! (yes, yes, yes!!!)

    finally, i was able to play with the famed Ah Tung and his friends... thanks guys... you were all great... there was these two young ones, and they really beat our behinds off! hehehe...

    anyway, i am again looking forward to the next time we meet... and this time, i would like to play with taneepak!!! hahaha!!!

    thanks again, guys!

    Shinjin

    PS: oh, and i am learning some Cantonese, though still limited to numbers... yes!

    Me: yat, yi, sam, sey, uh... hmp, lok, ahhhhh... what was it??? hehehe...
    I understand those two kids were shorter than the net. For something easier to handle, you can always join me at Tuen Mun tomorrow (wednesday) and thursday. The wednesday morning group is an all women group-I am a guest-and you should have no problem as their standard of play is rather low. The thursday group is all men, and the standard is at, or slightly above, Ah Tung's level. Pm me if you are interested. Alternatively, you can contact Ah Tung for future sessions. If you have difficulty communicating with him or with his scheduling, feel free to give me a call anytime.

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    hi guys,

    i will be in hongkong from 29th December - 5th January for business trip.

    will there be any session on the weekend?

    any phone number that i can contact?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jurong_twister
    hi guys,

    i will be in hongkong from 29th December - 5th January for business trip.

    will there be any session on the weekend?

    any phone number that i can contact?

    Thanks
    The New Year weekend is usually a rest day-no work and no sports. How about other days, either during the day or at night? You can call me when you arrive. Pls pm me.

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