Post-SPoT and Buying CD Last Chance Notice

Thanks for coming by TorGuqin @ SPoT Summer 2011!

A big thank you to everyone who came by on Sunday, Jun 21 by our Small Press of Toronto Book Fair booth! Also, a very nice to meet you to all of our new friends who learned about our society on that day, and we hope to see you again soon in a gathering!


In other news, I sadly announce that the TorGuqin members’ CDs currently on sale at will be discontinued from sales after September 19, 2011 as the said printer will no longer provide CD/DVD printing services. We are looking into alternative POD CD publishers, and will keep you advised on the issue. At the meantime, we highly recommend you to show your support to our talent by buying our books and CDs — revenues go the individual artists themselves, and is an excellent way of showing support for developing the Toronto qin community! Head over to the discography page or click the links below to buy them today!

Standards of the Guqin: An Audio Exemplar to the Chinese Seven-Stringed Zither

Long Yin -dragon murmurs- by Yanyan Zhu.


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. michael patrick
    Jun 27, 2011 @ 11:48:42

    We used lulu, but now we use Just as good, but less cost (they don’t take a percentage).


    • Satsuki Shizuka 五月靜
      Jun 27, 2011 @ 11:51:24

      Thanks Michael. I did take a look at their website half a week ago, and was thinking about going that way. However, I’m not sure how taxes work across the border for them – but since you mentioned that they don’t take a percentage, that may cut down on a lot of paperwork. I’ll have our CDs moved there by early-mid July!


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