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Offline Ron - Calif.

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language lessons
« on: August 13, 2021, 1729 UTC »
KOREA SOUTH. 9475, National Unity Radio, from 1244 to 1245 UT, on Aug 12. Good reception of a brief Chinese language lesson;
started and ended as usual with Joyce Chu singing "Hao xiang ni - I Miss You; mostly in Korean, with a few Chinese words and
a sentence. This program will be repeated again about two hours later.

Today's lesson: Jīnhu wǒ yīdng tīng nǐ de - 今后我一定听你的 (I will listen to you from now on). My audio is posted at http://bit.ly/3jSEbBg .

Echo of Hope - VOH (희망의메아리): On 9105, from 1050 to 1100 UT, on August 12, with the weekday EBS (Educational Broadcasting
System) produced English news, which is also a language lesson; today's news was originally broadcast via EBS FM on July 26; transcript
at http://bit.ly/3jNCGVg . My eleven minute audio at http://bit.ly/3lW36qv . At 1100 UT, news in Korean. VOH continuing with a repeating four
hour program loop.

Later at 1123 UT, VOH had an English language lesson. My audio at http://bit.ly/3jNdu13

Asilomar State Beach, Calif. (near Monterey)
Etn E1; external antenna of 100 ft. long wire


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