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by easternboy, October 1, 2004

Messages: 6

Language: English

easternboy (User's profile) October 1, 2004, 12:26:58 PM

    I am a chinese asperanto learner,and I have not much time to learn this language!But I like it and I hope I can get many  oppurtunities to get in touch in with other people in the other parts of the world.I have spent somr time on learning it this summer.I knew that the esperanto international conference held in Beijing.I had planned to go there,but as some reasons I didn't make this plan comes true.In fact I don't know hot to learn it as well.^_^

roint (User's profile) October 3, 2004, 2:45:44 AM

easternboy (User's profile) October 5, 2004, 2:47:33 AM

Esperanto is one of my want-to-learn languages.I have learnd english for about 8 years,so I am a bit tired of learning ti,but I know english is indeed very helpful and useful for me to communicate with each other.I had dreamt to be a volunteer of some places where need me on earth.I am waiting for the moment coming.

Machjo (User's profile) November 18, 2004, 6:25:59 AM

Hi Easternboy.  I'm a Canadian teacher of English in Hefei.  I'm happy to see that there are others form this part of the world in this forum.  A few Chinese friends of mine here in Hefei are doing business in Espernato, in fact,  so you'd be surprised at just how useful it can be.  If you're interested, you can also contact me by ICQ or e-mail, which I believe you can find in my personal profile.  Beware, however, that I insist on cummunicating in either Chinese or Esperanto outside of workridulo.gif

Pluie (User's profile) November 19, 2004, 12:59:12 PM

Hi I am French, I think esperanto is our future, our hope, English is a really beautiful language but I think Esperanto is better. And it is so beautiful... I don't speak any word of Esperanto, but I want and I hope to speak it very early! Me too I don't have a lot of time... sadly.

Razeno (User's profile) January 31, 2005, 3:49:21 PM


I'm from Nepal (it is south of China in Asia). Espeanto is easy to learn. Apart from this it gave me freinds of unimaginable range  - of age, of countries, of cultrual background. It is simply amazing. Like dream, I meet new people almost everyday. Don't stop learning it, and don't forget to use it.

You can write to me. Or try to visit Katmandu from 4 to 8 March 2005 for Azia Kongreso de Esperanto.


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