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Author Topic: National Unity Radio on 7200 kHz., with new Chinese language lessons  (Read 1217 times)

Offline Ron - Calif.

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KOREA SOUTH. 7200, National Unity Radio, 1147 UTC, on March 10 (Wednesday). Checking for the normal
weekday English language lesson, but instead found a brief Chinese language lesson; started and ended
with child singing Chinese jingle; mostly in Korean; gave a few words in Chinese and sentence - "Nǐ shì shéi?"
(Who are you?). My audio is at http://bit.ly/3l4kabg . On March 11, at 1145 UTC, another Chinese language
lesson, so the English lessons are permanently gone?

Ron
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nice catch Ron!
Near Chicago, IL USA.  Drake R8, Ten-Tec RX340, JRC NRD545, Watkins Johnson HF-1000, Wellbrook loop at 28', 43m inverted vee.  Please QSL to fpeconsultant@aol.com thanks.

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Sorry, my mistake. Was not a child singing the starting and ending song. Instead was a young lady. Thanks to Amano (Japan) for this info:

"The original song is "Hao xiang ni - I Miss You“ sung by Joyce Chu, who is a Malaysian singer. https://youtu.be/fdQgPu3iUYk ."

Ron