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Old 11-29-2001, 05:50 AM   #4
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Question Re: keiko

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Originally posted by Lisa Tomoleoni
The kanji for keiko literally mean to study the old. Renshu literally is to train or poilish, to be taught.
I think keiko embodies a lot more than just practice or training, which is usually how it is translated.
Lisa Tomoleoni
KAMI : Hello, Lisa San!
That's very interesting. Could you please elaborate a bit more on those two words, specially on Keiko.
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