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Kimpatsu
6th January 2003, 01:07
Gassho, and a happy new year to all my fellow Shorinji Kenshi.
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All the best for 2003. Akemashite o-medeto gozaimasu.
Kesshu,

Onno
6th January 2003, 06:38
Gassho __||__

Gelukkig Nieuw Jaar ( Happy New Year in Dutch )

All the best to you and yours.

Onno Kok
Alberta Shibu
Calgary Canada

bubbavic
6th January 2003, 23:22
Gassho all,

Shin Nyen Quai Loh (Happy New Year in Mandarin)

=)

Tripitaka of AA
7th January 2003, 09:52
Errr... perhaps my Canadian friends will know where to find the accented E for the French New Year greeting. Maybe the Scandinavians will also contribute, perhaps the Aussies and Kiwis can put down their surfboards and sun-block long enough to drop us a Southern Hemisphere greeting.

Sadly, all I can offer is a monochrome HAPPY NEW YEAR!

:) :) :) :D :) :) :)

Enigma
7th January 2003, 13:30
HAPPY NEW YEAR!! from the southern hemisphere as requested

Onno
7th January 2003, 15:47
Gassho __||__

In French I believe it to be Bonne Anne!

Take care all
:cool:

No surf boards here though ... Er we snow boards!:p

Kesshu

Onno Kok
Alberta Shibu
Calgary Canada

Anders Pettersson
7th January 2003, 20:27
Originally posted by Tripitaka of AA
Maybe the Scandinavians will also contribute,

OK I make an effort on that.

In Swedish it would be:

Gott nytt r!


/Anders

Steve Williams
8th January 2003, 20:54
Happy new year from the UK (OK David got there first I know ;) )

Or if you prefer Hyvaa Uutta Vuotta

Kimpatsu
9th January 2003, 00:43
Gassho.
Steve Sensei, excuse me, but which language is that?
TIA and kesshu.

Anders Pettersson
11th January 2003, 20:27
Originally posted by Kimpatsu
Steve Sensei, excuse me, but which language is that?
It is Finnish, but it should actually be written:
Hyv Uutta Vuotta

/Anders

I actually don't speak any Finnish, so I hope I am correct. :cool:

Steve Williams
11th January 2003, 23:23
You Are correct..... :p

I didn't know how to do the accents over the a's :o
But I am sure the general wording is OK. :D

Kimpatsu
12th January 2003, 15:12
Kashikomarimashita.
Just don't tell the wife... ;)