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    i believe so (old fashion way, just replace the one string u break) =P i'm sure most of you know that badminton is an expensive sport. cheaper to just replace a string then the whole string bed =P

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    Default Nice collection of pics..

    ..you've got there, seawell..Thanks for sharing them to us all

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    These photos are really a treasure for all badminton players.For many years I have heard about the legendary Tang aka "The Thing" and Hou Jiachang but have not seen their faces before.Thanks,Seawell.Nice to see Fang Kai Xiang in his younger days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seawell View Post



    DO YOU KNOW WHO THEY ARE?
    Tang Xianhu and the Uber Cup team!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seawell View Post
    International Badminton Tournament in Hong Kong in 1973






    Hou jiachang and denmark players
    I believe the guy on the top picture wearing a jacket with a Philippine flag on it is Danny So.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seawell View Post
    In 1982, China won the Thomas Cup.



    Left front map :CHEN CHANGJIE,YAO XI MING,SUN ZHI AN,CHEN YUE
    Left behind map :CHEN TIAN LONG,LUAN JIN,WANG WEN JIAO,HAN JIAN,LIN JIANG LI,HOU JIA CHANG
    This is how yao xi ming and sun zhi an are looking these days

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    there's many China old legend player was from Indonesia like Hou Jia Chang, Chen Yu Niang,etc.Hou Jia Chang was born at Semarang Indonesia,but then he back to China...He was badminton legend...

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    Quote Originally Posted by h3nry View Post
    there's many China old legend player was from Indonesia like Hou Jia Chang, Chen Yu Niang,etc.Hou Jia Chang was born at Semarang Indonesia,but then he back to China...He was badminton legend...
    Practically all of the old legends are from Indonesia... The first generation players such as Liang Chiuxia, Tang Xianhu, Fang Kaixiang [born in Pekalongan]... are all overseas Chinese born in Indonesia...

    I don't know about Wang Wenjiao... I suspect he is from Indonesia as well...
    Last edited by Krisna; 07-13-2007 at 10:06 AM.

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    Here's a photo of Coach Fang today...

    Last edited by Krisna; 07-13-2007 at 10:06 AM.

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    Younger Fang [in the middle]... receiving instructions....





    Older Fang [left] giving instructions...


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    The shorts these players wore, if we wear them today, that would look
    obscene and exposed too much for the ladies...hahaha!! Cooler you may want to try one on court one of this day...hahaha!!

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    The second session of the Chinese National Games badminton competition - Chen yu niang

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    December 24, 1966
    First of the new competition and friendship activities
    The famous Chinese badminton player Chen Niang (second from left) and Cambodia badminton players


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    February 27, 1973

    Badminton Athletes Chen yu niang (right) and the exchange of experience with young athletes

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    Wonder why Tang Hsien Hu was called "the Thing"? Before his departure for China, Tang was known in Indonesia as Thing Hien Hiow. He was the most promising of all the Indonesian MS juniors in the late 50s and would have been Indonesia's top player in the 60s and 70s. Just think of Indonesia with Tang, Hou, Fang, Rudy, Mulyadi what a power pack team.

    In fact thanks to the Indonesian players and some coaches who were kicked out of Indonesia because of ethnic politics (no fault to the players whose fathers' weren't born in Indonesia), China's Badminton took off to become a pwer house today.

    Although the structure of unearthing talents and systematic training from young age was a communist innovation, the Indonesian coaches and players in the 60s and 70s help the next generation of Chinese players in tactics, strategies and playing style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonnymak View Post
    Wonder why Tang Hsien Hu was called "the Thing"? Before his departure for China, Tang was known in Indonesia as Thing Hien Hiow. He was the most promising of all the Indonesian MS juniors in the late 50s and would have been Indonesia's top player in the 60s and 70s. Just think of Indonesia with Tang, Hou, Fang, Rudy, Mulyadi what a power pack team.

    In fact thanks to the Indonesian players and some coaches who were kicked out of Indonesia because of ethnic politics (no fault to the players whose fathers' weren't born in Indonesia), China's Badminton took off to become a pwer house today.

    Although the structure of unearthing talents and systematic training from young age was a communist innovation, the Indonesian coaches and players in the 60s and 70s help the next generation of Chinese players in tactics, strategies and playing style.
    ..(with pics) to Tang XianHu aka "The Thing":
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=47582

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..(with pics) to Tang XianHu aka "The Thing":
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=47582
    A more precise location would be:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...t=47582&page=3

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