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post Jeudi 07 Septembre 2017 16h55
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Ping-pong diplomat; Zhuang Zedong



Zhuang Zedong, table-tennis winner, died on February 10th, aged 72

THE young guy looked odd. In reality, since he increased by error on the Chinese table-tennis group's bus in the world championships in Japan, in April 1971, he had been among the strangest creatures Zhuang Zedong had ever noticed. His pinkish Western epidermis has been styled by brown hair which curled to his or her shoulders. His goofy grin appeared mended, naively and nervously, to his encounter. When he turned around--for there were not any chairs, and he had been standing facing a bus of crop-haired, sounding Chinese--that the letters on the rear part of his coaching lawsuit read, big as life, "USA".

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Mr Zhuang at the same time was, believed by the imperialist enemy. Never to be spoken to, either touched or approached. He was educated from age nine, when his doctor-father had attempted to develop his delicate legs making him perform sports. Imperialist lackeys ought to be defeated savagely but deftly, as he despatched competitions with a blizzard of attacking forehand shots throughout the desk. Nobody will be greater than himself, world champion in 1961, 1963 and 1965, feared both because of his kung-fu-punching backhand, to inflict this type of thrashing. Chairman Mao, as ever, had stated it best: envision the ping-pong ball since the mind of the capitalist competition, and every shot a stage for its motherland.

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He had been the less likely to approach the American stranger since his own political situation was fragile. Back in 1966, during the Cultural Revolution, when he was 26 and a celebrity--when the fighting, marching Chinese individuals ceased work and gathered around the radio to obey his games--table tennis has been abruptly banned as bourgeois. He along with the rest of the federal group were denounced for needing to acquire too much and also for amassing capitalist replicas, such as his Swiss watch. For a little while he'd become a counter-revolutionary, linking Liu Shaoqi's anti-Mao "black group", but he'd made a public apology and was permitted, slowly, to begin training again. His mentor and two team-mates, who refused to apologise, was declared traitors and had chased themselves.

Mr Zhuang was elastic. The basis of his playing style has been a penhold grip on the bat, index finger and thumb circling the grip, to provide the wrist maximum motion and also to return any shot dazzling pace, however acutely angled. He believed it shrewder-- he had been sorry for it afterwards--swiftly to admit where the center of electricity lay in revolutionary China, also to adapt to what Mao desired. Sitting on the bus, he was already well on the way to organising mass-denunciation meetings, hobnobbing with Mao's spouse, getting sports ministry and a part of the Central Committee of the Communist Party. Assembling the new China was his chief goal, along with also his table tennis was helpful since it motivated the masses to understand their nation, barred from nearly every world game, could triumph at something at Best Ping Pong Tables In The World - How To Make The Right Choice.

On the flip side, the black about the bus was a player like himself. A good one, also: Glenn Cowan, from Santa Monica, however Mr Zhuang wasn't sure of this title in the moment. Not least, he had been a human being. Fumbling one of the Mao badges in his purse, he discovered a lace scarf printed with an image of the Yellow Mountain of Huangshan and introduced it to the American using a few words via an interpreter, about friendship. Cowan, having discovered nothing but a spoonful (for those luxuriant locks) to provide him in return, given him another day a generally Californian T-shirt using a calmness symbol and the words "Let it Be".

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So began ping-pong diplomacy. Mao saw the photographs of the both of them, smiling widely, getting off the bus and promptly invited the American group to China. During that trip America raised its 20-year trade embargo, and in February 1972 Richard Nixon visited China, the first American president to do this in Communist times. To Mao, who believed he was so very good at it, Mr Zhuang continued to play with the sportsman-diplomat, telling puzzled Westerners that success and defeat were much exactly the same, because death and life always went together. Most important, everybody kept grinning. Both leaders imputed ping-pong for the shift, with Mao announcing a very small ball had transferred the fantastic chunk of the planet.

Down and around

The turning of the planet, however, also brought disgrace following Mao's death in 1976 to people, such as Mr Zhuang, who'd cosied up to him. Stripped of the official posts, he had been forced to sweep roads and spent nine years in confinement. This "self-examination" failed to contain table tennis, where he had been banned. Rather, he took up calligraphy and studying before, in 1985, he had been permitted back to Beijing to instruct his game to kids.

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It had been really up and down, '' he reflected. But China, also, was up and down, and had come with thrusting new towns and towering prosperity, taking around the world as well as hosting the Olympics. Yes, he'd played his role in that increase, though he had been just a ping-pongplayer whose chief ability was supposed to keep the ball onto the desk. He was happy he'd trusted Mao as opposed to his buddies; and also thankful that he was daring enough, in 1971, to speak to this long haired fellow on the bus.

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post Jeudi 07 Septembre 2017 17h27
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Salut,

Perso je me souviens que de celui là :
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Dans l'épisode Impact (5x17).

Pas d'autre souvenir de télescope amateur dans SG1 (a part la lunette de Jack dans le Pilot)
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post Jeudi 07 Septembre 2017 21h03
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6:18, au début ?

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Si c'est ça, heureux hasard car je viens tout juste de visionner cette épisode avant de passer voir le forum tongue.gif
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post Vendredi 08 Septembre 2017 14h28
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Épisode 01x01 "Enfants des Dieux (Children of the Gods)". Petit bémol, ce n'est pas un Celestron (comme l'a dit Bibistargate), mais c'est ce qui se rapproche le plus de ta description.

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Alors A = x + y + z, où x = travailler, y = s'amuser, et z = se taire. »
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