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    Posted: 10/08/2017 at 4:22am
Hello, everyone! Chinese Beijing-Tianjing-Hebei International Table Tennis Exchange Center invites foreign students to improve their level with Chinese. For those who are interested please write me on [email protected]
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a lot of people say this is just for tourist purposes not for real training I dont know I only hear this words (sorry for my english)
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Last time I was in China I spent a week in Nanchang and friends from my home club had given me addresses. I landed in random clubs and I got my 1800+ azz kicked as much as I wanted. I felt special, welcome everywhere, convinced I was living a special ping pong time. Lessons at 100 yuan an hour here, matches there, practice, I had it all randomly.
I would always prefer training in China by discovering clubs on my own, in a perpetual table tennis walkabout that nobody else has ever lived the same way and never will, knowing that the vast majority of players do the same, in or out of their countries.
For people who want to save time, get the most quality table tennis time over the time allotted to the endeavor and have it all organized for them, that training center might be a better solution.
Now that I am writing this I remember schen’s vacation in Taiwan and the thread about it; that was and still is the real deal imho.

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Russian person organise training in China? Looks strange
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Originally posted by piligrim piligrim wrote:

Russian person organise training in China? Looks strange

I *think* I saw the same person (at lest the same name) posting on one of Russian forums about Sword equipment - since the brochure advertises Sword factory tour, perhaps it's not too far fetched. 

Still, I agree, somewhat unusual.   
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Yes, I'm right that person, who sales SWORD equipment and I'm working with this company for already two years. On the official site and on some photos of the products maybe you can even see me.
I live in China for some years (I don't understand why it is so surprising that Russian can advertise Chinese center, all the more so my Chinese is no worse than English) and what I'm doing here in China is just exactly play table tennis. As far as my table tennis level is pretty good I also help in coaching in the center.
The factory SWORD and new training center are situated in one area, not far from each other. And if you come to center for training, also you will have an excursion to the factory and watch rubbers and bats making process.

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it's sounds reasonable LOL

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Originally posted by fatt fatt wrote:

Last time I was in China I spent a week in Nanchang and friends from my home club had given me addresses. I landed in random clubs and I got my 1800+ azz kicked as much as I wanted. I felt special, welcome everywhere, convinced I was living a special ping pong time. Lessons at 100 yuan an hour here, matches there, practice, I had it all randomly.
I would always prefer training in China by discovering clubs on my own, in a perpetual table tennis walkabout that nobody else has ever lived the same way and never will, knowing that the vast majority of players do the same, in or out of their countries.
For people who want to save time, get the most quality table tennis time over the time allotted to the endeavor and have it all organized for them, that training center might be a better solution.
Now that I am writing this I remember schen’s vacation in Taiwan and the thread about it; that was and still is the real deal imho.

That sounds like so much fun!  My wife and I are hoping to get to China soon (she's from near Shanghai), and I hope to do something similar.  
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