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July 15th, 2005

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Go Exhibition in London

If you happen to be in London in the beginning of August, you should check this out, from the American Go E-JOURNAL V5 #58: July 11, 2005:

Go players planning to be in London in August will want to drop in on a 4-day go event at the Imperial War Museum. “The centre-piece will be a contemporary goban with the famous game set up as at the moment of detonation of the atomic bomb in Hiroshima with photos kindly supplied by the Nihon Ki-in and a dan certificate signed by Iwamoto,” reports Peter Wendes, Education Officer of the British Go Association. “There will be workshops for beginners and stronger players. Yuki Shigeno 2P and Hiroko Shinkai 5P will be visiting.” Just a five-minute walk from Big Ben, the event runs from August 5-8; admission is free. The week before, the British Go Association’s 50th Anniversary Picnic in Green Park, London will be held on July 31 from 10A-4P. Players who want to experience virtual British go can check out the live webcam of the Purbrook Go Club on Thursday nights and other selected events at http://zenmac

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