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Hi.

I have a chinese structure design manual that is in my home at LA now, I will go there on Dec. 15. As soon as I arrive LA, I shall send  to you the material that you need.

Yaming Chen

>From: "Argue and Associates"
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>Subject: Design Loads For China
>Date: Fri, 8 Dec 2000 14:56:54 -0500
>
>We are involved in a housing project in China close to Shanghai. Does
>anyone have snow, wind or seismic loads for this area?
>Does anyone know where this information can be found?
>
>Brian McDonald P.Eng
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