Sunday, January 25, 2009

Sebastijan Sandev from Zagreb, Coratia sent me this. Looks great!




In attachments you can see program of 3rd South-East European Bonsai Convention with bonsai master Walter Pall, Bistra (Zagreb), Croatia 18- 19. IV. 2009.

We are looking forward to see you all soon in Bistra
http://www.bistra.hr/fis/fis_hr.htm
the place of january World Cup Slalom course.

For additional info: sandev@sfzg.hr

3rd SEE* Bonsai convention with bonsai master Walter Pall
Bistra 2009.


P R O G R A M


Day one, Saturday, 18.04. 2009. ( 9.00 – 18.30h )

9.00h – short theoretical introduction

10.30h – tree critique

13.00h – lunch break

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14.30 – 18.30h – tree critique

19.30 – 23.00h – dinner


Day two, Sunday, 19. 04. 2009. ( 9.00 – 18.30h )

9.00h - Mr Walter Pall – demo workshop
- demonstration, Walter Pall with two assistents

13.00h – lunch break

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14.30h – Mr Walter Pall – demo workshop
- demonstration, Walter Pall with two assistents

18.30h – closeing time

*SEE – south-east European

5 comments:

Tom said...

I am not from Croatia, but we have similar languages. The word after "3rd" means International, not south-eastern europe.

Looking forward for Your images from that event. I enjoy SEE colleagues´ work very much.

Walter Pall said...

Tom,

this is kind of strange. Why would you question the name that we found. It clearly means South East European. I have invented this name. It has nothing to do with Croatian, it is English.

Walter

Tom said...

Ok. I just thought Your sentence "3rd South-East European Bonsai Convention with bonsai master Walter Pall, Bistra (Zagreb), Croatia"
is translation of
"III. Medunarodna Bonsai Konvencija s bonsaj majstorom Walterom Pallom."
It isn´t.
I understood the SEE abbreviation. I saw the explanatory note.

Shaukat Islam said...

Walter,

Very nicely designed leaflet. The color combination together with your bonsai simply looks great.

But why the spelling of your name has been changed to Walterom Pallom? Is it a standard norm for East European countries to add suffix 'om' to any given name?

Shaukat

Walter Pall said...

Shaukat,

this is the way in all Slavic languages. There are various suffixes which have certain meanings. My wife's name is not Hana Pall, but Hanna Pallowa in any Slavic language.

Walter