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Old 10-24-2007, 08:22 AM   #1
melissa lynn mangan
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Connections in China?

Hello everyone...My name is Melissa, and I am new here.

I have been training under Sato Sensei at Kiku Matsu Dojo in Chicago for about two months, and I am hooked!

I am also moving to China in January to teach english. Aikido has become a huge part of my life in a very short time, and it is not something that I want to leave behind, so I am wondering if anyone has any aikido connections in China. I would love to contact a dojo before I get there if I can. I have sent out a couple random emails, but i'm not sure if anyone will respond.

Thank you so much,

Melissa
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Old 10-24-2007, 08:52 AM   #2
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Re: Connections in China?

Quote:
Melissa Mangan wrote: View Post
Hello everyone...My name is Melissa, and I am new here.

I have been training under Sato Sensei at Kiku Matsu Dojo in Chicago for about two months, and I am hooked!

I am also moving to China in January to teach english. Aikido has become a huge part of my life in a very short time, and it is not something that I want to leave behind, so I am wondering if anyone has any aikido connections in China. I would love to contact a dojo before I get there if I can. I have sent out a couple random emails, but i'm not sure if anyone will respond.

Thank you so much,

Melissa
Greetings - if you perform a search for dojos on China, 6 hits come up:
http://www.aikiweb.com/search/
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Old 10-24-2007, 09:23 AM   #3
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Hi Melissa,

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Old 10-25-2007, 10:28 AM   #4
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Re: Connections in China?

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Melissa Mangan wrote: View Post
Hello everyone...My name is Melissa, and I am new here.

I have been training under Sato Sensei at Kiku Matsu Dojo in Chicago for about two months, and I am hooked!

I am also moving to China in January to teach english. Aikido has become a huge part of my life in a very short time, and it is not something that I want to leave behind, so I am wondering if anyone has any aikido connections in China. I would love to contact a dojo before I get there if I can. I have sent out a couple random emails, but i'm not sure if anyone will respond.

Thank you so much,

Melissa
Hi Melissa,

Try this link for dojo information in China:

http://www.china-aikido.info/en/index.html

Regards

David Y
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