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Young men in bathing suits demonstrating some form of body work, wrapping their arms and hands around each others’ bodies and heads.

Buy from us or at Printed Matter, NY or at Motto Store, Zurich and Berlin or at Mzin, Leipzig or at Walter König, Köln.
Part of the Zine Collection, London and the Booklet Zine Library, Tokyo

DIN A 5, 20 pages, b/w laser printed, folded, first edition of 50 – sold out; second edition of 25 – sold out. third edition of 50 available.

Edited by: Einer von uns beiden, 2010.

Source:


Schwimmen und Retten, Lehrbuch der DLRG (lifeguard handbook), Braunschweig, 1970.

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  • In 1970 a decisive moment for the relations between the Peoples Republic of China and the USA occurred. Glenn Cowan, a player of the US team for the World Table Tennis Championship, missed his bus and got invited into the bus of the Chinese team. This short meeting was the starting point of what was later called Ping Pong Diplomacy.
    Since then there have been many attempts to use culture in a broad sense to support diplomatic processes which are now referred to as Cultural Diplomacy.

    Ping Pong Publications is a forum for thoughts on and actions in the field of cultural diplomacy.

    In 1970 a decisive moment for the relations between the Peoples Republic of China and the USA occurred. Glenn Cowan, a player of the US team for the World Table Tennis Championship, missed his bus and got invited into the bus of the Chinese team. This short meeting was the starting point of what was […]