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Comment by Fo SAP on September 28, 2014 at 18:02

 I don't think we are running out of ether, but if you want to delete the duplicates,  this is how to do it. Click on the picture and above it should be two tabs. Add (which you have already found) and Options. One of the options is 'delete photo'.

A friend of mine, who has been to Beijing, was telling me recently that they do it there - perhaps she will come to your sessions.

Comment by Tim Mason on September 26, 2014 at 6:39

Dear Simon

The three photos were purely due to my incompetence with handling an unfamiliar website - apologies for clogging up the ether waves but I hope you read the accompanying info which arrived with one of them!

'Qi' refers to the 'Qi' in Qi Gong and can loosely be interpreted as 'energy' - which the park has buckets of.

We had up to 25 people coming to some of our sessions a couple of weeks ago which gives Nicola and I hopes that a monthly session (such like in Beijing or Bangkok!) may find its place at St Andrews as well - maybe see you at one?

Best wishes


Comment by Simon Randolph on September 25, 2014 at 18:49

Hi Tim,

Not sure what QIG is, but even though it is clearly an interesting activity, I'm not sure it is so good it needs 3 identical photos to demonstrate its excellence!

Comment by Tim Mason on September 22, 2014 at 11:38

Being 'Qiful' in St Andrews - September

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