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It's great to see lots of communication on the list lately from new and old webheads. At the moment we don't seem to need a weekly writing topic!!! But there'll be another one soon....
|From Gloria, 15
I just wanna say the same, so Michael and webheads: I'm still here. Michael,nowadays you will probably have a lot of fun with the olympics begining. I will miss most of the games because of the time (I'm sleeping while most of the events develop :))
It is very nice to hear (read) from you. Sometimes I find Maggi and Vance on ICQ and we talk to each other for a while, also Felix.
Regards to u all.
Care2 make the world greener !
(2), 15 Sep 2000
Being part of webheads does make the world a smaller, more united place for me. We are a little Olympia - a gathering of nations that works together. It's great to be part of it.
Warm regards to you all,
A similar experience....When the earthquake stroke Taiwan, I worried about Yinglan and found out she became a real friend of mine, not an avatar over the net.
Bora from Korea
From Michael (3)
16 Sep 2000
From Bora (2) 17
People often talk about the cost of the unification thesedays. Considerations are required. There are some obstacles but we are going to make efforts to overcome those.
I notice there are several people speaking Chinese in this group. What do you think about the perspective of your home country?
Bora from Korea, south
From Ying Lan
17 Sep 2000
I believe that nobody wants to go back to live a dog's life. Nobody wants their children to face the cultural revolution again. No more tragedy should happen again. It is enough for Chinese.
> I notice there are several people speaking Chinese in this group. What do you think about the perspective of your home country?
I noticed the united Korean Olympic teams received a great applause from the audiences in the stadium and I believe also from millions of people around the world. They deserved it as a people who appeared with such a bond after all the years and who have the guts to settle their enormous differences. I saw a great spirit on the Korean people which all Chinese people do need.
From Bora (3) 18
Sorsah, thanks for all your messages. I enjoy them a lot. I think this kind of diversity makes my online experience rich.
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