February 2021 Question:2021年2月のアンケート

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  • #2615
    Michelle LimMichelle Lim
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    Hello,

    Thank you to all those who have voted and shared your thoughts on our February 2021 question. The voting is now closed and here are the results. Please feel free to discuss about the February 2021 vote here.

    アンケートにご協力いただきありがとうございました。アンケートは終了しました。以下は結果です。このトピックについてフォーラムを開始します。自由にご投稿ください。

     

     

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    #2616
    Michelle LimMichelle Lim
    Keymaster

    Oh my good gosh, I am a little envious of countries where the COVID-19 is well controlled and is not an issue. I’ve been practicing on my own and with others over zoom but it’s not the same unfortunately. The lag time on the video calls can be a little frustrating especially when it is my turn to teach.

    #2622
    Sonia Adel
    Participant

    I did react the same when I saw the small yet present portion of places and countries where they can still carry on their keiko; it seems so surreal :’)

    I practised myself at home even though my Iaido/Kendo school is giving Zoom lessons. I stopped following them infortunately after almost smashing my computer and window (too risky and frustrating!). I was also getting tired of using my computer all day long too, I need to disconnect from it sometimes.

    Ah, looking forward to the end of this outbreak! Meanwhile we have to stay strong ✊

    #2670
    Kazuyo Matsuda
    Keymaster

    These countries that are not affected and where people are carrying on with normal practice at their dojo are Australia and Taiwan – not surprised! I believe it is also the attitude of their government dealing with the pandemic. It is encouraging to learn that  so many people are continuing to train, and making effort to train during these difficult times. And even trying to hold events – especially for children. There are  risks but then compare with the pros some organisations are making decision to go ahead. I admire such actions by the organisers and their  governing body. I heard recently that Kanagawa Dojo Renmei held children’s kendo taikai, in Feb 2021. I am sure they will remember the event all their life. For us ‘Patience, patience and patience…’ to follow the government’s policy and hold it for a little longer. I am sure we will be able to train normal, soon! We will just need to remember kendo movements and how it feels, as well as maintain the fitness level as much as we can.

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