Hello, everybody , my name is shallot from China

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Hello, everybody , my name is shallot from China

Postby xiaocongCN » Sep 13, 2012 8:09 am

Hello, called the shallot, comes from the Chinese Chongqing cave expedition.My English is very bad, fortunately, the translation software.Our team a few years ago, detecting a 841 meter deep vertical hole, I sometime the photo and data to the forum.China's Karst country, Chongqing has the typical Karst landforms, vertical hole number.Our team and the United States, Britain, Hongkong, Macao, Russia joint caving,Our team of caving technology from England red rose cave explorers club, and the Union for French cave.Posita also talked.Welcome you to China Chongqing tunnel communication!!
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Re: Hello, everybody , my name is shallot from China

Postby batrotter » Sep 14, 2012 6:31 am

Welcome to the forum!

841 meters deep! Wow!
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Re: Hello, everybody , my name is shallot from China

Postby Squirrel Girl » Sep 14, 2012 8:47 am

Yes, welcome to the forum!

We don't mind your "bad" English--especially if you post some pictures of your fabulous caves! :banana:
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Re: Hello, everybody , my name is shallot from China

Postby Ernie Coffman » Sep 14, 2012 10:02 pm

Like Barbara wrote, "post(ing) some pictures of your favulous caves" would be fantastic to see. Write up some short stories to go along with the pictures, too!
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