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    Yinhe "wu" blade

    Just saw this little known Yinhe blade on the express.
    Looks quite interesting from the pics.
    Advert says: "7 PLY WOOD WITH 2 PLY CARBON LIMBA FACE WOOD + HARD SECOND WOOD + 3 SAME THICKNESS AYOUS WOOD PLUS 2 PLY CARBON TOTAL THICKNESS:ABOUT 6.4MM It is best for Short Middle Court " (no weight info given).
    Wonder what people think about it and construction wise what other blades it may be like?
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005...archweb201603_
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    Quote Originally Posted by zentt
    Just saw this little known Yinhe blade on the express.
    Looks quite interesting from the pics.
    Advert says: "7 PLY WOOD WITH 2 PLY CARBON LIMBA FACE WOOD + HARD SECOND WOOD + 3 SAME THICKNESS AYOUS WOOD PLUS 2 PLY CARBON TOTAL THICKNESS:ABOUT 6.4MM It is best for Short Middle Court " (no weight info given).
    Wonder what people think about it and construction wise what other blades it may be like?
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005...archweb201603_
    Cheers....
    Thick and stiff blade, best for hitters.

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    The problem with that kind of naming are the confusions that will happen: - Yinhe Wu blade - oh yeah I know the Lin Yun Ju one by Butterfly right ? - Nope ! listen to me: Yin-He-Wu - I listen to you very well !! Lin-Yun-Ju !!! Seriously, those Aliexpress translations never cease to bring me to tears ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Music&Ping
    The problem with that kind of naming are the confusions that will happen: - Yinhe Wu blade - oh yeah I know the Lin Yun Ju one by Butterfly right ? - Nope ! listen to me: Yin-He-Wu - I listen to you very well !! Lin-Yun-Ju !!! Seriously, those Aliexpress translations never cease to bring me to tears ...

    Seriously, dude, it seems to me that you always try to put out some negative comments on Chinese or China related links or products, did you get beaten up by some Chinese players in your club (in table tennis I hope) or something?😁

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    It says, "Designed For Inorganic Glue National Player Special Made Ping Pong" lol.[h1]Seriously, the 6.4mm is kinda thick. This is already in the level of those thick balsa carbon blades.[/h1]
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    I mean we should focus on the blade itself (the composition, weight and thickness etc), translation is not a critical factor here, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by windysummer1

    Seriously, dude, it seems to me that you always try to put out some negative comments on Chinese or China related links or products, did you get beaten up by some Chinese players in your club (in table tennis I hope) or something?😁


    It seems that some people don't get the 2nd degree sense of humor, I love China in fact, and I'll even tell ya something: I live in a so called "democracy", you know... France. It makes months since I haven't played TT because those so called "western democracies" completely failed to "educate" their populations to be responsible individual beings during lockdowns. Well... "lockdown"... it's actually a joke even Thomas will tell ya.

    Asian countries, and especially China have done better than us because, yeah... at some point living in a dictature can somehow help keeping people being responsible in a case of for majeure like a pandemic.

    Even South Korea has done better, Singapore, Thailand, have done better, because the so-called french individualism à la Voltaire or Rousseau, you know those that we call "Les Lumières" (the lights... so funny...) bring western people to act like idiots during this pandemic.

    I'm therefore a confucianist, because when western people say "my freedom stops where that of others begins", I reply "my freedom stops where that of my sense of responsibilities begins".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Music&Ping


    It seems that some people don't get the 2nd degree sense of humor, I love China in fact, and I'll even tell ya something: I live in a so called "democracy", you know... France. It makes months since I haven't played TT because those so called "western democracies" completely failed to "educate" their populations to be responsible individual beings during lockdowns. Well... "lockdown"... it's actually a joke even Thomas will tell ya.

    Asian countries, and especially China have done better than us because, yeah... at some point living in a dictature can somehow help keeping people being responsible in a case of for majeure like a pandemic.

    Even South Korea has done better, Singapore, Thailand, have done better, because the so-called french individualism à la Voltaire or Rousseau, you know those that we call "Les Lumières" (the lights... so funny...) bring western people to act like idiots during this pandemic.

    I'm therefore a confucianist, because when western people say "my freedom stops where that of others begins", I reply "my freedom stops where that of my sense of responsibilities begins".

    Voltaire certainly would be very rational in this pandemic, not so sure about Rousseau though, he would probably we a anti vaccination!


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