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Elly Hemmes

Fekke de Jager

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In search of the origin of the Tiger Bell

The search for the origin of a bronze bell with a special design: a tiger's head. We ask for the co-operation of travellers to Asia, owners of antique shops, archeologists, anthropologists, curators, etc. Please, share with us any information you might have on the origin and history of these tiger bells. A click on the picture of the bell brings you to a page with an introduction in the subject. From there you can go to other pages with more information.

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Elly Hemmes

Elly Hemmes (1946) studied English language teaching in Rotterdam (Neth.), Sydney, Australia (RSA dipl.) and Birmingham, U.K. ( MA Applied linguistics). She taught English for special purposes and English as a foreign language (ESP/EFL) in the Netherlands and in Indonesia. At present she is teaching ESP and Communication skills in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the School of Economics and Business Administration of the Polytechnic in Venlo (Neth.)

She is interested in learning about computer applications in language teaching.

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Fekke de Jager

Fekke de Jager (1944) is an audiovisual specialist. He has worked on a number of training projects in various countries in Asia. Since 1992 he has been concentrating on the use of computers, interaction and multi media. Recently he finished the production of an interactive multi media CD ROM on the culture of the island of Bali. He is working on CD ROMs on other parts of Indonesia, Philippine ethnic music and European folk music.

Fekke is interested in the use of multi media computers for educational and informative purposes (see his article on authoring tools). In his spare time he plays the piano and the hurdy gurdy (French: vielle roue, Dutch: draailier). Also have a look at the paragraph on the tiger bells...

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