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THE 4TH. EAST ASIAN GAMES 2005

 

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Today, October 30, 2005 SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST from Hong Kong, published the interview that is scanned below.
Contrary to my expectations and the promises made, the article did not include the smiths interviews whose contacts I gave her.
I may understand editorial and space reasons, but in no way I seeked the limelight. On a moral and ethical point of view, I am the Cultural Consultant for the Macao Museum of Art and nothing else in as much as this event is concerned.
I am however grateful that one of the largest newspapers in the world was sensitive enough to come to cover the event.

 
OUTLOOK Magazine
In February 2006 Lawrence Yu from Modern Media HK still found the then closed event worthy of talking about. It is viewable online here (page 86 through 89) and I was informed it sold out in 20 million population of Shanghai.
The only reason for adding to this is to confirm that when properly treated, any subject can be seen with respect.
 

 

 
 
 

 
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