[Squeakland] I want to introduce squeakland to my Chinese friends
kim.rose at squeakland.org
Fri Apr 7 08:09:43 PDT 2006
Thank you for your wonderful efforts and introducing yourself and
this work to the Squeakland community! Your efforts should be of
great value to many, many children and adults, so we thank you.
On behalf of Viewpoints Research, please accept our permission to use
images and links from our website pages to create your Chinese
I hope you have seen the "Squeakers" DVD which has Chinese subtitles
-- if you do not have a copy, please let me know where I can send one
I don't know if you are able to travel (easily) outside of China, but
many of us will gather in Chicago, Illinois for "SqueakFest '06" this
summer -- it would be wonderful to meet you -- here is more info on
SqueakFest : http://interactive.colum.edu/partners/squeakfest/
Please feel free to continue to correspond with me directly, should
you need more information about Viewpoints Research, or materials
posted on the Squeakland site.
In addition, I know the greater Squeakland communityand readers of
this mailing list will be interested in your efforts, to learn more
about Squeak's spread into China and its use and practices.
Thank you again and welcome to the Squeakland community.
At 10:33 PM +0800 4/6/06, Xinyu Liu wrote:
>I am a programmer come from China. From a friend I got to know about
>I think it is really a great thing. It can help kids in all ages
>learn something while playing.
>However, when I search squeakland materials in Chinese by Google, I
>found that there
>is little Chinese information about it, nor a Chinese community.
>So, I decide to translate some basic background of squeakland to
>I just tried a couple of pages in <http://www.squeakland.org>
>www.squeakland.org. But I used some images, pictures,
>and links from <http://www.squeakland.org>www.squeakland.org. Is it
>OK? Can you give me a permission that I can
>use them? I just want to continue this work, to try my personnal
>best to introduce squeak
>to China, to let more and more chinese people know about it.
>the translated Chinese pages are here:
>http://liuxinyu95.googlepages.com/squeakland.kids.home kids play
>school staff page
>squeak introduce page
>Squeakland mailing list
>Squeakland at squeakland.org
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