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At 10:18am on June 1, 2009, Donald Parsons said…
Mr. Cui: We enjoyed your visit and look forward to a successful 2009. Hope your trip back to China was uneventful and safe. Best Regards, Donald
At 4:09pm on January 1, 2009, Donald Parsons said…
Dear Mr. Cui: WOW - the snow on the log home in Yantai looks beautiful - a white Christmas! The interior photos look great too. Hope all is going well. Keep the photos coming. Happy New Year - Donald
At 10:48am on November 14, 2008, Donald Parsons said…
Mr. Cui: EXCELLENT! You are doing a wonderful job. Looks like the weather turned a bit colder. Keep warm, be safe and we look forward to getting more phots when you have time. Best Regards - Donald
At 9:38am on November 10, 2008, Donald Parsons said…
Dear Mr. Cui: Thanks again for the photos! Glad to see your next project is successfully underway. Keep us and this website updated with your progress and photos. We're proud of you and all your hard work. Keep it up! Best Regards - Donald
At 11:45am on November 9, 2008, Tom Heatherington said…
Mr. Cui, you are making excellent progress, congratulations. It is so good to watch your home being constructed on the other side of the globe... Your effort is a true testament to how people can do business across borders and cultures if they are permitted to do so without interference.

The American "pioneers" were famous for their practice of building log homes and that tradition is probably why log homes remain so popular in this part of the world. You, Mr. Cui, deserve the title of "Chinese Pioneer", blazing new frontiers in China! Keep those pictures coming, we really enjoy them, thanks.
At 7:15pm on September 26, 2008, Tom Heatherington said…
Mr. Cui, the photos look great, you are moving quickly. Congratulations and hope the entire build goes this smoothly for you. Thanks for keeping us updated. ~ Tom
At 4:01pm on September 23, 2008, Rob Romine said…
I also hope I can come to Qingdao soon. The pictures look great. I can not believe how quickly the logs have been stacked. Good Luck and keep updating the pictures.
At 9:11am on September 22, 2008, Rob Romine said…
Mr. Cui: Thank you for the pictures. I am very excited that you have gotten started on your first project. I was with Donald Parsons last week when your second container was loaded. Please keep the pictures updated. I really like the picture of your safety hat :)
At 8:34am on September 22, 2008, Donald Parsons said…
Dear Mr Cui:

We are so happy and excited that you are starting the project. The photos look great. Please send more photos as the project moves forward and email us with any questions you may have. All the best - Donald
At 9:05pm on June 26, 2008, cui yongli said…
Hi Tom,Thank you for your encourage words.I know I am the first and only person to build and sell log home in China.Yes I have chosen a great company to partner with.We will have to face all kinds of problem in future.I hope we can pass.Few people in China konw the log home.My main work is telling them about the log home.Step by step the log home market in China will be built by us.
At 9:50am on June 26, 2008, Tom Heatherington said…
Hello Cui,

Your English is excellent and it is exciting to have you as a member of this community. What is just as exciting is to hear that you will literally be creating a new market in China. In north America we honor our "pioneers" that blazed new trails and ventured into the wilderness to establish new settlements, towns and create businesses. With your new venture in China, you qualify as a genuine Pioneer!

You have chosen a great company to partner with, and I wish you the best of luck and success in your new business. If you have questions about anything related to the log home industry - or building your business, this community has a lot of experienced and knowledgeable people who are eager to help.
At 12:29pm on June 25, 2008, Ted & Bonnie Steele @ Mountain Venture Properties LLC said…
Keep us updated on your progress.
At 10:17am on June 25, 2008, Donna Peak said…
Wow - all the way from China? It's so fantastic that we can be thousands of miles apart and yet be virtual neighbors. Welcome to the community! Please share your building experiences with us!
At 11:29am on June 24, 2008, Neighborhood Host said…
This gives a new meaning to "log distance building!" Good luck guys! We'd love it if you could keep us posted on the progress. (Thanks for the photos, Donald)

Again, good luck - can't wait to see the success as it unfolds!
At 11:12am on June 24, 2008, Donald Parsons said…
Mr. Cui - WELCOME to the neighborhood! I put some photos of your visit with us last year on the web page! Looking forward to getting you folks started building log homes.
At 9:16am on June 24, 2008, Tom Heatherington said…
Cui,

Welcome. You will probably win the award for this neighborhood's most distant neighbor. Having you as a member will be very enlightening for all of us because we do not see a great deal of information about log homes from China.

I imagine you will be receiving a lot of questions from other readers. I also think that many will appreciate seeing pictures of your new home and your building process. It is always interesting to see "how it's done" in other parts of the world. If you do not mind, I would like to ask a few questions about things that I am sure others would like to know.

How popular are log homes in China? Is this becoming a trend, or are you the original "trend setter"? :-)

Did you buy a "log home package" from a manufacturer, or are you building this from plans you acquired or created yourself?

Are there log home manufacturers in China, or must projects such as yours be imported?

What types of wood are available? Are you using a soft wood like a pine variety, or a local mahogany species?

Please don't think me rude for asking so many questions, but we are hungry for information about China's log home activity. As you may know, log homes were an important part of north America's history, and their popularity continues to increase. However, most of us have very little knowledge of log home building in China today - or from a historical perspective.

Again, welcome to the neighborhood and I am very excited about seeing more pictures of your home as it is being built.
At 9:04am on June 24, 2008, Rob Romine said…
Mr. Cui...so good to see you on the Neighborhood. I am very pleased to see that you and Donald Parsons have been working together to get your first log home shipped to China. I very much hope I get an opportunity to come and visit with you. I can't wait to get a taste of that home brewed beer you spoke about during your visit with us last year.

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