Saturday, February 27, 2010

♪ Know Talent Show ♪ - 19 min 19 sec - 4.8 MB

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Today (Feb 26) was the last night of the NVC Leadership Training that I am attending, and we had "Know Talent Show" (sounds like No Talent Show, but it really means KNOW talent show).


It was an event of songs, dances, skits, story telling and talk show by the participants, assistants and trainers. I had so much fun and laughter that it met my need of joy, aliveness and connection.


I was amazed by some of the hidden talent of the people, especially the act/song by Ken (he normally looks quiet and sober). What a good singer he was! I already am looking forward to 2nd Know Talent Show, which will take place at the end of the next retreat in Jun.


What I did was my podcast I often do with a guest, this time with Miki and with audience. I set the situation that people do not know much about NVC and have an interest in peace making.


Miki and I had such a fun time and deep connection in the show and Ken's translation was marvelous. You can listen to the podcast by clicking the title of this blog. Half of the show is in Japanese as I originally made it for my Japanese audience who read my daily Japanese blog.





Sunday, February 21, 2010

LIVE from San Francisco: AE911 Truth Press Conference

I made my way to San Francisco safely and I am writing this in a deep forest of red wood trees near Santa Cruz, where I am attending a retreat of Non Violent Communication.

On the day I arrived, I had the privilege of attending the press conference by Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth held in San Francisco at Marines' Memorial Club & Hotel.

In their website, you can download the press release.

I recorded a part of press conference that Richard Gage, Dr. David Ray Griffin, Dr. Steven Jones and Mr. Lawyers (founder of Fire Fighters for 911 Truth) spoke, but it is not the best quality of sound.

Next to me was NO Lies Radio, recording the whole conference, so you may be able to listen to the broadcast better.

In Japan, our 911 Truth International Conference in Tokyo group translated the press release and sent it to 200 major media outlets (TV, Newspapers, Radio and Magazines) in Japan by FAX, but as usual with the mainstream media, to my knowledge, not one story has been written about the conference.