Sitting at HKIA again this time returning from China. Couldn’t post in China because Google, Facebook and access to my Blog are banned – but I guess that’s why the Ningbo Mojo workshop is being held.
The Ningbo mojo project was incredibly successful. I was lucky enough to be invited by Professor Stephen Quinn to train China’s first 10 mojos (10 from 1.3 billion possible mojo candidates – wow) and 4 teachers, all from Nottingham University in Ningbo. Mojo is so exciting that even Prof Quinn, a mojo evangelist and pioneer, joined the training workshop – who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks – we love your energy Prof. (Prof says “Me old, never!”).
With social media sites and Google banned in China, these mojo workshops were timely. And even though the block on these sites, WiFi protocols and other restrictions has temporarily slowed the upload of the Ningbo mojo training stories, the team is working hard to have these published very soon.
Once again we used Apple’s iPhone 4 and the 1st Video App from VeriCorder Technology to record and edit.
Thank you to the amazing mojos for making this experience memorable. And a special thanks to Andreas for making funding available for the project.
Check out this blog for information on when and where you can see the important stories from these talented and passionate mojos.
Signing off from Ningbo (HKIA actually).