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    Don't worry. I think many posters here will ask for Japanese translations soon. I remember when there's a new Yonex Catalog or when Kwun visited Yonex in Japan, there were many signs or informations that we wished we understood what it meant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wood_22_chuck
    Don't worry. I think many posters here will ask for Japanese translations soon. I remember when there's a new Yonex Catalog or when Kwun visited Yonex in Japan, there were many signs or informations that we wished we understood what it meant.

    -dave
    Thank you , Dave.
    Reading Japanese is difficult , even Japanese
    Yesterday, I found a topic about a Japanese comic of badminoton in this site.
    I thought they want more information about it.I want to say something ,But I don't read it yet I have to read it , and then I'll give a update about it.

    There is a monthly badminton magazine in Japan.
    Is there a badminton book like this all over the world?

    --MIyuki
    Last edited by Miyuki; 04-05-2005 at 10:48 PM.

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    Not likely, Miyuki. Badminton isn't a popular sport outside of the badminton countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, Denmark, Korea, Japan etc.

    I think posters keep their eyes open though, like this link here:

    Philipines Badminton Magazine Thread

    -dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miyuki
    There is a monthly badminton magazine in Japan.
    Is there a badminton book like this all over the world?

    --MIyuki
    I have seen this magazine. They print articles about tactics. They use pictures and arrows to demonstrate where to hit a sequence of shots. It looks very informative.

    (It makes me want to learn how to read Japanese!)

    We have two translations on this site

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/badm...nt/view/11/35/
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/badm...nt/view/14/35/

    Wish we could get more but it takes a lot of work to get a good translation done.

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    Default Badminton??

    Hi dave.

    Thank you for telling me a interesting link,
    I checked it and was unbelievable it.

    A person of a cover is very cute!!

    She is a badminton player?
    O.k. I had better ask the topic.

    I have spent good time since I knew here.
    I can meet many kind badminton players like you.

    It's time for cooking babyfood.
    see you

    -Miyuki

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    miyuki,

    When I was in univeristy in Machida, our school team didn't play any mixed doubles. In fact, none of the players on my team had ever tried it!

    Is mixed doubles very popular in your club? Mixed is my favorite and strongest game so I would like to find a girl who has experience in mixed so we can play some tournaments.

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    Hi,Cheung

    Yes , Badminton magazine is good. Top player tell us how to hit, the strategy of game, training and so on.

    I want to be a good translator a person of your links.


    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung
    It makes me want to learn how to read Japanese!
    Wow, it looks nice hearing.
    It will be a great job for you this year

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    Hi, MarkinJapan

    Students don't play Mix doubles because they don't have the mix doubles tounament.

    Mix doubles is popular in Japan not student. Ofcourse our club.
    I won the chanpionship of Mix doubles in Kinki area .
    When you join our club, I may introduce a girl as your mix partner.
    If there is no girl whom you like in our club, we join the tounament?
    But I am not a girl

    Miyuki


    Quote Originally Posted by MarkinJapan
    miyuki,

    When I was in univeristy in Machida, our school team didn't play any mixed doubles. In fact, none of the players on my team had ever tried it!

    Is mixed doubles very popular in your club? Mixed is my favorite and strongest game so I would like to find a girl who has experience in mixed so we can play some tournaments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miyuki
    But I am not a girl
    How could you be pregnant then?? ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by seven
    How could you be pregnant then?? ...
    she is a grown up lady. not a girl anymore

    hello, Miyuki. incidentally, what does your name mean?

    -Anatolii-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anatolii
    she is a grown up lady. not a girl anymore

    hello, Miyuki. incidentally, what does your name mean?

    -Anatolii-
    OK, question of vocabulary then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seven
    OK, question of vocabulary then.
    for me, "I am not a girl" = "I am a man"!! (so I couldn't understand how a man could be pregnant... )

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    Quote Originally Posted by seven
    for me, "I am not a girl" = "I am a man"!! (so I couldn't understand how a man could be pregnant... )
    nor will i, come to that . but you might have realised the mild cheekiness sooner.. after all, a male Miyuki can't be referring to the child's father as 'he', can he? . and i think only a mother can speak of her little one with that kinda tenderness and adoration.
    Last edited by Anatolii; 04-06-2005 at 07:44 AM.

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    Hi, seven.


    Quote Originally Posted by seven
    for me, "I am not a girl" = "I am a man"!! (so I couldn't understand how a man could be pregnant... )
    You had a good question!
    I see what you mean. I am not a man
    MarkinJapan wants a girl as a mix doubles partner. So I say like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miyuki
    Hi, seven.



    You had a good question!
    I see what you mean. I am not a man
    MarkinJapan wants a girl as a mix doubles partner. So I say like that.
    What is your gender then....?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miyuki
    Hi, seven.

    You had a good question!
    I see what you mean. I am not a man
    MarkinJapan wants a girl as a mix doubles partner. So I say like that.
    OK so you mean you are a woman, but not young enough to be considered a "girl" anymore, is that it?
    Well, I suppose you are an experienced mixed doubles player then, exactly what MarkinJapan was looking for!

    Anyway welcome here, it's nice to have a few japanese players here, there aren't so many on BF...
    Are you attending Japan Open this week? or are you too occupied taking care of your little boy?

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    Hi, Anatili.

    Thank you for good explaination. It's perfect answer


    Quote Originally Posted by Anatolii
    what does your name mean?

    -Anatolii-
    The chinese characters of miyuki mean "beutiful snow".
    mi : beutiful
    yuki: snow
    Maybe you know, my birthday is winter with snow.

    I met a chinese who have same chinese characters as mine.
    But the pronaunciation of her name is different from me.
    She pronounced her name as " Mei shen" (in fact, I heard it like this)

    Do you have some meanings of your name?
    I am interested in the name of people all over the world.

    Sorry, I don't forget here is the badminton forum

    -miyuki

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