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    TEA, why can't you send a PDF?

    The Digital Thesis Program is also a great way to disseminate theses (you must have a US version).
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    Quote Originally Posted by DAYoung
    TEA, why can't you send a PDF?
    Good idea. However, for some reason, when I covnert my dissertation to pdf, Acrobat screws up all of the fonts for the macrons on the Japanese and Korean terms, so it looks really crappy. Bruce, if you don't mind this, I could convert it to pdf and e-mail it to you a chapter at a time so that it doesn't overwhelm your e-mail program.

    The Digital Thesis Program is also a great way to disseminate theses (you must have a US version).
    Thats what ProQuest is. I'm a bit dismayed that the UH Library can't find either the copy that they should have or the copy I sent to ProQuest. I'll have to follow up with UH and ProQuest to see what is going on. Since ProQuest cashed my check, I'd expect them to have it online.

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    Sounds like good approach! Thanks!

    BTW: Don't forget to give me some idea of what you need ($$) for it, 'kay?

    Best Wishes,

    Bruce

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    Nice article above, there. I'm writing a book on Taekgyeon (another spelling for the art of Taekkyon), and I've practiced it for 19 years. I don't necessarily agree with the article, but it certainly does help to see another person's viewpoint on it.

    And the comment about the similarity between Capoeira and Taekkyon? Wow, that's the first time I've run into somebody beside myself making that observation.

    Anyway, very good reading here. Thanks for posting everybody!

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    What is Taekgyeon musul?

    Where did you learn it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by glad2bhere
    Many thanks! This will help a lot to fill-in an area that many folks don't do much digging in. During my visit to Korean a year or so ago, I had hoped to check-out some of the sources concerning life during the Occupation so as to get away from many of the generalizations and begin to deal with specifics. I was rather surprised at the reluctance I ran into. It was as though as long as I wanted only overviews I was "ok". When I started asking specific questions, say, about the role of the YMCA interventions with the Korean farmers I was still "ok". When things came around to the role of the police and Korean army, or government-sanctioned programs you could almost "hear" the doors slam. Thanks again.

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    I get that alot too.....specially from the older people.....still working on it though.....somewhere along the way someone will spill the beans......my curiosity demands it.


    the excessive nationalism is priceless ive never seen such a bad case of inferiority complex an xenophobia.......but i still got luv for my Kim Chi brethren

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    Osiris, sounds like you're back from the Sandbox and in the Land of the Morning Calm (before the storm). You in the 2nd ID? Hows life treating you these days in the land of kim ch'i and bibimbap?

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