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WHChaikumultimedia list provides a purpose-built platform for haiga, photo-haiku, haiku-related sumie or any other graphics, and music-haiku or any other multi-media creation. It is also a forum for members to discuss and execute various activities, utilising these graphics and multi-media. These include exchanging images, printing works in a postcard format, or even Internet exhibitions or music concerts. This is a very popular and active area of haiku-related creative energy and is expected to develop rapidly and extensively. It was a successful and popular feature of the World Haiku Festival 2000, which has paved the way for further events and initiatives of this nature. This is an apt forum for those who are taking the 21st century approach to haiku. I look forward to witnessing many interesting developments which may spring from WHChaikumultimedia. In addition to the usual protocol of civility and no abuse, more care should be taken in this list on technical points, such as the size of images to be posted. I hope you will enjoy creative activities and sharing your works and thoughts here.


To join, follow Yahoo's subscription request procedure. Then, you will receive an automated application form which should be filled in and returned. If you are already a member of another WHC mailing list, please include in your letter of request to me a copy of your completed application form for the original mailing list for each group to which you subscribe. Thank you.

With very best wishes,
Susumu Takiguchi
Chairman, The World Haiku Club

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  • 129
  • Haiku
  • Feb 18, 2001
  • English

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