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        Massimo Bandera, Italy & Spain
        Willi Benz, Germany
        Lew Buller, USA
        Thomas S. Elias, USA                   on our CovEr
        Min Hsuan Lo, Taiwan
        I-Chi Su, Taiwan                       BCI President, Rob Kempinski, photographed this tree on the BCI tour of China. It was the
        Budi Sulistyo, Indonesia               second-place bonsai in the Guangzhou exhibit. It’s a slow growing Orange Jasmine (Mur-
        Alan Walker, USA                       raya paniculata) so one can imagine the actual age of the tree. The inset stone photo, also by
                                               Robert, is a million-dollar carved jade stone for sale at the viewing stone museum in Beijing.
        “BCI,” “Bonsai Clubs International” and
        BONSAI & Stone Appreciation Magazine are   tours, Exhibits and ConvEntions
        trademarks of Bonsai Clubs International, Inc.,
        © 2011 BCI (All Rights Reserved). Editorial   04  memories of china and 2010 bcI convention in Tianjin by Robert Kempinski
        materials contained in this publication do not   with comments from Ian Glew and Willem Pretorius
        necessarily reflect the views of BONSAI &
        Stone Appreciation Magazine, its publishers,   14  bonsai in america; 2010 Us national Exhibition; photos by Bill Valavanis
        editors or the Executive Board of Bonsai Clubs   18  6th liuzhou International fantastic stone festival by Tom Elias
        International. No part of this publication may
        be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system   24  v bonsai competition, madrid, spain by Luis Vallejo Bonsai Studio
        or transmitted in any form, or by any means   30  bonsai in the blue grass: Program and Instructors’ Profiles
        — electronic, mechanical, photocopying,
        recording or otherwise — without permission   37  bonsai in the blue grass: Instructor Spotlight—Min Hsuan Lo
        in writing from the Editor.            38  Japan Tour: asia Pacific convention (asPac) in Takamatsu and
          BONSAI & Stone Appreciation Magazine (ISSN
        1068-6193 USPS 901-680) is published quarterly   the annual Taikan-ten exhibition in Kyoto
        by Bonsai Clubs International, Inc., at 900 Nelson
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           Issue    Month      Closing Date
           Q1       J/F/M      November 1      Errata: We offer our sincere apologies to Danilo Scursatone for misspelling his
           Q2       A/M/J       February 1
           Q3        J/A/S       May 1         name on page 16 of the October/November/December issue. — Ed.
           Q4       O/N/D        August 1
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