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hello,this is Bill from Qingdao,China

 
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glad to join permie,glad to know more people.I like to get knowledge from here and would like to introduce China to everybody.

I live in Qingdao,a beautiful city by the sea.
one side is beautiful environment,fast developing,aircraft carrier base.some famous brand ,such as Tingstao Beer,Hair...
the other side is ugly history,was invaded by germany,japan..If I lived in that history,I just want to take a machine gun to kill them!

Sorry,said kill,I hate killing.Anyway,Thank you
 
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Hi, Bill and welcome to Permies! Please tell us more about yourself and your interest in permaculture.
 
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hi,what is Paul's rant on CFLs?
 
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I too would love to hear how old traditions are perhaps re emerging and improvements being implemented with permaculture there. I have heard more is to be learned from the gardeners in China than anywhere else in the world : ) Well I think we can learn something from everyone in the least. What I also find amazing is the herb knowledge and use in medicine but also in cooking .
 
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Could I ask you about kuzu? how to grow it

i live in UK and its very expensive.

thanks
 
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