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Barney
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 Posted: Wed Feb 16th, 2011 21:35

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Fantastic Trevor,

Glad you are looking out for us.

HANG IN THERE, WE WILL MAKE IT!!!!BARNEY:D



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 Posted: Thu Feb 17th, 2011 15:56

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Arrived home safely, thanks to all who sent me good wishes :)
 
Now I have to prepare for Saturday's broadcast :)
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 Posted: Thu Feb 17th, 2011 22:27

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What an inspiration! Now I will not be happy til I get to see Hong Kong. It seems so full of life.
Thank you so much for the travelogue.



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 Posted: Thu Feb 17th, 2011 23:39

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Aunt Diana,
It is easy to get from Hong Kong to Shenzhen. Hong Kong is a trading center, while Shenzhen is a manufacturing center. They are symbiotic. For example, a Hong Kong tailor will take an order, make the measurements, and then send the info to Shenzhen, where the trousers are actually made. The finished product is then sent down by hand-courier to Hong Kong on the Hong Kong subway, a 40 minute ride from Hong Kong right to the border.

There are special visa requirements to reach Shenzhen. It is easier to get from Hong Kong to Shenzhen than into China itself. Both are regarded as special regions of China, and special visas are available at the border, when you get off at the Luoho Hong Kong subway station :)

I am sure you would enjoy China. I would suggest looking further into its people and its culture than just these regions, and this involves traveling large distances. But just above Shenzhen are the more traditional regions around Guangzhou, including Foshan, where I gave the 2000 WCG keynote. These regions are all connected by ferry and train from Hong Kong and Shenzhen, and easy to visit with a Chinese tourist visa.
 
 

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Thanks for the information on Hong Kong and China!  Just prior to my getting ill Elizabeth and I were planning a trip to the Far East.. to Japan where we have an exchange student who is like a daughter to us ... and then to China.  That trip has been put on hold while I battle with this disease.  But when I recover we expect to make that trip and then to Australia and New Zealand after that!!  With the help of the Marshall Protocol I fully expect to use your travelogue information!!   



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