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2 COMMENTS

  1. It was a great inspiration to be involved in this workshop and much fun! The plight of GM bears and many other hot issues are on view. Anna Parker

  2. OMG.. Preparing for muchus embarrassment tonight watching our very spontaneous and very silly skits on screen…
    Was fun though. Thanks Tony X

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