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Harley Davidson Goes Kung Fu

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by Theo Vavas
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Harley Davidson Goes Kung Fu by Theo Vavas

A great collection of color photos documenting the inauguration of the Harley Davidson dealership in Tianjin, China, photographed by Theo Vavas. Wisconsin's Governor Scott Walker arrived on a Harley and did the honors with his delegation of about twenty. The Tianjin Harley club 'Hot Club' attended with all of its 30 or so members with their machines, and after the opening ceremony paid tribute to China's most famous Kung-Fu master Huo Yuanjia, at the impressive Tianjin Kung-Fu National Monument, about 6 km east of the city center. This collection of photographs covers all the events of that day.

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Size: 5.0 MB
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781312959934 (DRM-EPUB)

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