• HISTORY

    1978 - 2020

    1978

    March 16: EPTA UK was founded by Carola Grindea at Guildhall School of Music (Sir Allen Percival, Principal).
    Louis Kentner, EPTA President, gave the launching Recital.

    July: First EPTA Workshop/Conference in Chichester

    1979

    27th January: 2nd EPTA Workshop at Gipsy Hill, Kingston Polytechnic (Dr Ho)
    This was where the first AGM took place and a Committee was elected: Sidney Harrison, Chairman, James Gibb & Dr Malcolm Troup Vice Chair, Alan Paul Treasurer, Carola Grindea Organising Secretary. Nelly Ben-Or, John Bigg, Wallis Hunt, Dr Edward Ho, Peter Norris, Philip Reder, Reymour Rice and Danielle Salamon as committee members.

    February: EPTA Iceland was founded by Halldor Haraldsson

    4th April: First Anniversary at GSMD (by kind permission of John Hosier) was a double celebration, as the European Council of the Association had been established to coordinate the activities of EPTA UK with parallel activities abroad.
    The European President was Vlado Perlemuter, Vice Presidents Clifford Curzon, Nikita Magaloff and Allen Percival. The Chairman was Dr Malcolm Troup with Peter Feuchtwanger, Antony Hopkins and Fanny Waterman on the Council. Alan Paul was the Treasurer and Carola Grindea the Organising Secretary. “The double event was celebrated with a fine Recital given by Malcolm Troup, which was followed by a Musical Entertainment with Sidney Harrison, Marina Horak, Nadia Lasserson and Danielle Salamon playing Eight Hands on one piano.

    July: EPTA Second Summer Workshop in Brighton

    September: EPTA West Germany with Edith Picht-Axenfeld, Karl-Heinz Kammerling, Ludwig Hoffman, Ulrich Meckies. A Praesidium of 5 members was formed.

    1980

    February 21st: Launch of the first Piano Journal (Editor Sidney Harrison), Guildhall School of Music and Drama
    Malcolm Troup gave welcome address, James Gibb played Schubert &Schumann.
    Anthony Hopkins talked: “How to be a Successful Failure”

    28th – 30th July: Third EPTA Summer Piano Teachers Workshop at Royal Holloway College, Egham was the FIRST EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS.

    1981

    EPTA Belgium Flanders/Brussels was formed. Louise Hesbain, President

    EPTA Archives housed at Trent Park

    February: One Day Workshop at ILEA

    June: EPTA Holland – Alwyn Bar

    25th – 27th July: 2nd EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS at Egham, UK

    1982

    EPTA Finland – Finnish Piano Teachers Association.
    Kauko Kuosma, President. Eeva Sarmanto Nuovonen, Co-ordinator.

    29th July – 1st August: 3rd EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS at Trent Park, UK

    September 15th: EPTA Eire, Frank Heneghan

    1983

    EPTA France – Jacques Chapuis

    EPTA Iceland – Gudrun Gudmundsdottirs new President

    27th – 30th July: 5th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS at Kingston Polytechnic, UK;
    also 2nd ISSTIP Conference

    5th October: Gala Evening at Steinways 1

    1984

    Japan Piano Teachers Association became affiliated with EPTA

    EPTA Iceland reverted back to its original President

    February: One Day Seminar – Trent Park

    25th – 28th July: 6th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS at Kingston, UK

    October: EPTA Switzerland – Klaus Wolters

    1985

    7th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS at Hannover Hochschule, Germany

    Herman Uhlhorn new President of Holland

    1st Flemish Piano Duet Competition

    9th – 12th August: John Bigg acting Chairman of EPTA UK, EPTA UK Conference at Egham

    December: EPTA Austria – Sebastian Benda, 1st conference

    1986

    26th – 29th July: EPTA UK International Conference at Guildhall School of music and Drama, London

    7th August: 8th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Helsinki, Finland

    1987

    EPTA Finland – Pekka Vapaavuori new President

    EPTA East Germany – Prof Dr Diethelm Muller-Nilsson

    EPTA Yugoslavia – Vladimir Krpan assembled all academics from Belgrade, Ljubljana, Skopje, Novi Sad and Zagreb together.

    Malcolm Troup became Guest Editor of Piano Journal

    30th July – 3rd Aug: EPTA UK International Conference at Southlands. Kendall Taylor new President of EPTA UK

    9th August: 9th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Roque d’Antheron, France

    October: EPTA Norway – Einar Steen-Nokleberg, 500 Norwegian Society of Piano Teachers all joined EPTA en masse.

    1988

    Malcolm Troup took over the Editorship of the Piano Journal.

    EPTA Croatia/Yugoslavia – Vladimir Krpan

    EPTA Sweden – Marianne Facht-Ribbing. 50th Anniversary of Swedish Piano Teachers Association

    February 12th: Concerts Exhibition in Kensington Library

    Feb 20th: 10th Anniversary of EPTA. Piano Marathon at Guildhall School of Music and Drama

    5th – 9th August: 10th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS at Southlands

    1989

    EPTA Czechoslovakia – Radoslav Kvapil

    EPTA Croatia – same President

    EPTA USSR – Lev Vlassenko

    Hong Kong Piano Teachers Association affiliated to EPTA – Dr Sigling Bruhn

    EPTA Belgium Flanders/Brussels – Roland de Munck new President

    14th – 16th July: 11th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Alkmaar, Netherlands

    27th – 31st July: EPTA UK International Conference in Hereford

    1990

    EPTA Italy – Marcella Crudeli; founded during Finals of Roma competition

    EPTA Hungary – Elzebet Tusa

    EPTA Romania – Dragos Tanasescu

    EPTA Denmark – Elsebeth Brodersen

    EPTA Estonia – Bruno Lukk

    EPTA East Germany held its First conference and many Western Germans attended as the Berlin Wall had come down in 1989. A great historic moment.

    30th July – 2nd August: EPTA UK International Conference at Kingston

    8th – 10th November: 12th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Graz, Austria

    December: EPTA Belgium Wallonie/Bruxelles – Diane Andersen

    1991

    EPTA Malta – Charles Camilleri

    EPTA West and East Germany became briefly known as Germany One and Two but at the November East German Conference they amalgamated into EPTA Germany

    EPTA Poland – Teresa Manasterska

    EPTA Serbia – Dušan Trbojević

    EPTA Czechoslovakia was divided into EPTA Czech Republic and EPTA Slovakia – Eva Fischerova

    EPTA The Netherlands – Willem Brons new President

    Estonian President died so Vice President Lauri Vainmaa took over

    29th July – 2nd August: EPTA UK International Conference at Froebel College, Roehampton

    Sept. 6 – 9th: 13th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Moscow, Russia – where
    EPTA Latvia – Prof Arnis Zandmaris and
    EPTA Lithuania – Kestukis Gribauskas were formed.

    November: EPTA Spain – Rosa Maria Kucharski

    1992

    EPTA Ukraine – Nina Kazimirova

    EPTA Malta – Josefina Grima new President

    EPTA Latvia – Teofil Bikis new President

    January: EPTA UK Pedagogy Course started for 12 fortnightly Sundays

    28th – 31st July: EPTA UK International Conference at Froebel

    October: 14th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Lucerne, Switzerland

    1993

    EPTA Bulgaria – Milena Mollova

    EPTA Albania – Nadjezhda Porodini (lived in Italy)

    EPTA Estonia new President – Peep Lassmann

    EPTA Serbia new President – Arbo Valma

    EPTA Malta new President – Fransina Abela

    15th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Prague, Czech Republic

    March: 15th Anniversary Celebrations, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London

    27th – 30th July: EPTA UK International Conference at Froebel College, Roehampton

    1994

    EPTA Russia-Saratov – Irina Skvortsova

    EPTA Greece – Gerassimos Kakalis

    EPTA Cyprus – Katerina Antoniou

    EPTA Macedonia – Todor Svetiev

    EPTA Belarus – Vadim Yaconyuk

    January 29th: Celebration of Carola Grindea

    23rd – 26th June: 16th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Kils
    Nadia Lasserson took over as Organising Secretary of EPTA the Parent

    28th July – 1st August: EPTA UK International Conference in Manchester, Hartley Hall

    1995

    EPTA Russia-Piatigorsk

    EPTA Russia-Kaliningrad

    EPTA Russia-Tambov

    Einar Steen-Nokleberg became President of the European Council

    Sebastian Benda resigned and became Honorary President of EPTA Austria and Walter Groppenberger was nominated the new President.

    25th – 29th July: EPTA UK International Conference at Froebel College, Roehampton

    24th – 26th November: 17th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Namur, Wallonia – Belgium, where it was decided that the President of the Council of EPTA should be of the country hosting the following Conference in order to facilitate gaining sponsorship.
    Marcella Crudelli was then announced the new President of EPTA.

    1996

    ALAPP Chile – instigated by Malcolm Troup

    EPTA Eire – Mary Lennon new President

    EPTA Hungary –Mariann Abraham new President

    EPTA Iceland – Sigrun Gudmunsdottir new President

    EPTA Russia – Irina Ossipova new President

    30th July – 3rd August: EPTA UK International Conference at Hartley Hall, Manchester

    23rd – 25th October: 18th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Rome, Italy

    1997

    EPTA Russia-St Petersburg

    EPTA Russia-Sochi

    EPTA Russia- Rostov-on-Don

    EPTA Greece – reorganised with Maria Kanatsouli

    EPTA Switzerland – Francis Schneider new President

    EPTA Serbia – Nikola Rackov new President

    23rd – 25th August: 19th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Dubrovnik, Croatia

    26th – 30th August: EPTA UK International Conference at Froebel College, Roehampton
    1st EPTA UK Piano Competition – three categories: Elementary, Intermediate, Advanced

    1998

    EPTA Bosnia & Herzegovina was established with Zlatan Mujkić as President

    EPTA Slovenia was established with Tatjana Ognjanović as President.

    EPTA Sweden – Eva Luthander new President

    EPTA Iceland – Unnur Vilhelmsdottir new President

    EPTA UK International Conference in York. (Dorothea Law)

    EPTA UK 2nd Piano Competition with Advanced 2 category added

    EPTA UK Archives moved to LCM

    March 29th: 20th Anniversary Celebrations at GSMD

    2nd – 6th October: 20th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Nicosia, Cyprus

    1999

    EPTA Russia-North/West – Vladimir Kurgan

    EPTA Greece re-organised

    EPTA Roumania – Constantin Ionescu – Vovu new President after tragic death of Aurora Ienei

    EPTA France – Hervé N’Kaoua new President after resignation of Jacques Chapuis

    EPTA UK Pedagogy Course changed hands.

    April: EPTA Portugal – Nancy Lee Harper

    May 23rd: EPTA UK One-day Conference in Birmingham

    2nd – 5t h July: 21st EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Tromsø, Norway

    August: EPTA UK International Conference Guildford

    2000

    EPTA Greece – Alikki Vatikioti new President

    EPTA Finland – Jussi Siirala new President

    EPTA Slovenia – Igor Dekleva new President

    1st July: EPTA UK One day Conference at RNCM “Past, Present and Future”

    2nd July: EPTA UK International Conference at Chethams School, Manchester

    23rd – 28th August: 22nd EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Budapest, Hungary

    2001

    EPTA Belgium Flanders/Brussels – Levento Kende new President

    EPTA Latvia Juris Kalnciems new President after tragic death of Bikis

    May 13th: EPTA UK one day Pedagogy day in Cambridge

    1st – 4th August: EPTA UK International Conference in Oxford

    25th – 28th October: 23rd EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Berlin, Germany

    2002

    Vlado Perlemuter and Anne Steyn died

    EPTA Georgia – Nino Khutsishvilli

    EPTA Iceland – Annis Bjork Asgirsdottir new President

    EPTA Eire – Catherine O’Sullivan Gallagher new President

    EPTA Serbia – Dejan Sinadinovic new President

    EPTA UK Archives moved to Chethams

    26th – 28th July: EPTA UK International Conference at Trinity College of Music, Greenwich

    30th August – 1st September: 24th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Namur, Wallonia – Belgium

    6th October: EPTA UK Young Artists – at The Lowry, Salford Quays

    2003

    Sebastian Benda, Rosalyn Tureck and Joan Last died

    EPTA Croatia – Stjepan Radić new President

    EPTA Ukraine – Olga Kuznetzova new President

    1st Piano Professional published, editor Pamela Lidiard

    24th – 26th April: 25th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Graz, Austria

    June: Launch party for PP at Steinways

    May: EPTA UK 25th Year Celebration Day at Warehouse, London

    18th – 20th July: EPTA UK 25th Anniversary Celebration Conference – Winchester

    2nd November: EPTA UK One day Conference at RNCM – Connections.

    2004

    EPTA Serbia Vojvodina was established by Dorian Leljak, President

    EPTA Turkey – Yapincak Gurek (never materialised)

    EPTA India Associates – Prabhudas Ivanson

    ALAPP Brazil – Henriquetta Duarte

    EPTA Croatia – Ida Gamulin new President

    EPTA Greece – Dora Bacopoulou new President after death of Alikki Vatikiotti

    EPTA The Netherlands – Dirk Van Schilt new President

    EPTA Slovenia – Vladimir Mlinarić new President

    EPTA UK Mark Ray – new Chairman

    23rd May: EPTA UK Piano Live Day at Purcell School, Bushey

    19th – 21st July: EPTA UK Annual Conference – Bath

    15th – 18th October: 26th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Rome, Italy

    2005

    EPTA Eire – Elizabeth Fuller new President

    EPTA Spain – Diego Fernandez Magdaleno new President

    EPTA Switzerland – Birgitte Bernhard new President

    1st – 4th September: 27th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS at RNCM, Manchester, UK

    2006

    Mark Ray and Frank Martin died

    EPTA Montenegro – Ratimir Martinović

    ALAPP Argentina – Valentin Surif

    EPTA Austria – Anton Voigt new President

    EPTA Sweden – Marianne Jacobs new President

    EPTA Poland – Pawel Skrzypek new President

    EPTA UK – Murray McLachlan new Chairman

    21st May: EPTA UK Spring Conference at the Amadeus Centre, London

    26th – 30th July: 28th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Madeira, Portugal

    13th October: EPTA UK One day Pedagogy Conference at Trinity College of Music

    2007

    27th – 29th July: EPTA UK 28th International Conference at Warwick Arts Centre

    2nd – 5th November: 29th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Novi Sad, Serbia, where Gary Ingle of the MTNA awarded Carola Grindea the MTNA “Citation for Leadersip” as a token of gratitude and admiration for her life’s accomplishment and “singular work as a unifier of music teachers throughout the world”.

    25th November: EPTA UK One day Conference in Croydon (Whitgift School)
    1st December: EPTA UK Gala Concert at Steinways, Memorial to Mark Ray

    2008

    Yonty Solomon died

    As a tribute to EPTA’s 30th Anniversary, the Journal published brief Histories of the various EPTA Associations and also a long interview with Carola Grindea, the Founder.

    EPTA Slovenia celebrated its tenth Anniversary.

    EPTA UK’s Piano Pedagogy Course joined forces with the Purcell School

    28th – 31st July: EPTA UK 29th International Conference at Hope University, Liverpool

    8th – 11th August: 30th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Tallinn, Estonia

    2009

    CAROLA GRINDEA, Charles Camilleri and Christine Brown died

    EPTA Czech Republic – Milan Franek new President

    EPTA Ireland – Grainne Deery new President

    EPTA Sweden – Stefan Bojsten new President

    11th – 13th August: EPTA UK 30th International Conference at Chethams, Manchester

    29th June – 1st July: 31st EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Prague, Czech Republic

    2010

    Alicia de Larrocha, Earl Wild , Michael Davidson and Ilana Davis died

    Two Memorial Celebratory Concerts were held for Carola Grindea. One was at the Guildhall School of Music and one was in the Romanian Cultural Institute, London. Several distinguished Romanian artists came to play in her rmemory including Lory Wallfisch, who had been Carola’s first student in Bucharest.

    EPTA Finland – Seppo Salovius new President

    EPTA Iceland – Anna Run Atladottir new President

    EPTA Slovenia – Ana Avbersek new President

    EPTA Austria celebrated its 25th Anniversary

    22nd – 24th July: EPTA UK 31st International Conference at Trinity College of Music

    27th – 30th October: 32nd EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Ljubljana, Slovenia

    November 20th: EPTA UK One day Conference at Warwick University

    2011

    Seppo Salovius died

    EPTA Israel Associates – Eitan Globerson

    EPTA Netherlands – Rian de Waal new President

    EPTA The Netherlands – David Kuyken new President after death of Rian de Waal

    EPTA Russia started a new Festival “Opus 11” with Denmark

    EPTA Sweden launched its first “Svenska Pianobulletinen” journal

    1st – 3rd September: EPTA UK 32nd International Conference at Royal Welsh College of Music

    11th – 13th November: 33rd EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Lucerne, Switzerland

    2012

    Lori Walfisch, Benjamin Kaplan, Marguerite Wolff and Noel do Carmo Flores died

    EPTA Spain – Ana Guijarro new President

    EPTA Switzerland – Jean-Jacques Dunki new President

    EPTA Finland – Katarina Nummi-Kuisma new President

    19th – 21st July: EPTA UK 35th International European Conference in York

    27th – 30th September: 34th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Stockholm, Sweden

    2013

    Bernard Roberts and Katarina Wolpe died

    EPTA Armenia – Anna Hambaryan

    EPTA Germany – Peter Haseley and Heribert Koch new Presidents for the year

    EPTA Portugal – Luis Pipa new President

    EPTA Greece – Natalia Michailidou new President

    EPTA Ireland – Owen Lorigan new President

    29th – 31st August: EPTA UK 36th International European Conference in Canterbury

    9th – 12th May: 35th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Düsseldorf, Germany

    2014

    EPTA Albania celebrated its 20th Anniversary

    EPTA Malta re-started. Evelina Batey new President

    EPTA Slovenia – Primož Mavrič new President

    EPTA‘s archives housed in the Royal College of Music Library

    April 5th, August 29th – 30th, October 4th: EPTA UK held three One-day Conferences in Oxford, Belfast and Bolton in lieu of a residential 37th Conference

    26th – 29th June: 36th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Oslo, Norway

    EPTA Norway – Elin Persson new President

    EPTA Denmark- Ulla Erml new President

    EPTA Poland – Karol Radziwonowicz new President

    EPTA Israel Associates – Michal Tal new President

    30th July-1st August EPTA UK 38th International European Conference in Warwick

    22nd-25th October: 37th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Amsterdam, Netherlands

    2016

    May 15th, August 11th, September 18th EPTA UK held three one-day Conferences in Edinburgh, Manchester and Cambridge in lieu of a residential 39th Conference

    22nd -25th September: 38th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Reykjavik, Iceland

    EPTA Austria – Till Alexander Koerber new President

    EPTA Estonia – Lembit Orgse new President

    EPTA Albania – Klodi Zjeli new President

    EPTA Serbia/Voyvodina - Tatjana Vukmanović new President

    EPTA Netherlands – Bart van de Roer new President

    2017

    EPTA Iceland - Dr. Nína Margrét Grímsdóttir new President

    10th-13th August: 39th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Helsinki, Finland

    31st August-1st September EPTA UK 40th International European Conference in Nottingham

    2018

    Epta Spain – Alberto Urroz new President

    40th EURPOEAN CONFERENCE of EPTA ASSOCIATIONS in Valletta, 27th-30th September

    EPTA UK Held two one-day conferences in Edinburgh and Manchester

    EPTA Iceland – Olof Jonsdottir new President

    2019

    EPTA Denmark - Dr Balder Neergaard new President

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    我们仅向他们提供其履行业务所必需的信息,并我们要求他们不能将您的信息用于其他目的。我们会尽力督促我们合作的第三方对您的个人信息采取安全措施。
    我们可能分享您的个人信息给:
       • 广告、营销、数字和社交媒体机构,以帮助我们提供广告、营销和宣传,分析它们的有效性,以及来管理您的联系方式和问题;
       • 按要求为您运送产品的第三方,如邮递/快递服务;
    以及我们可能会在以下情况披露您的个人信息给第三方:
       • 如果我们因为遵循法律义务而有义务披露或分享您的个人信息,或者我们为了执行或应用我们的使用条款和其他协议,或为了保护我们的权利、财产或我们的安全,或者我们会员或者他人的安全。 这包括为反欺诈保护而与其他公司和机构交换您的个人信息;以及
       • 在获取您同意的其他情形,或在法律法规允许时。
    
    我们将您的个人信息存储在何处?
    您的个人信息会储存在我们或者我们服务供应商的数据库中。
    我们在中华人民共和国境内收集和产生的个人信息,将存储在中华人民共和国境内。
    
    我们会向其他国家或地区传输您的个人信息吗?
    由于欧洲钢琴教师协会的国际化以及为了更好地提供服务或优化服务质量,信息传输可能涉及到向中国境外的欧洲钢琴教师协会实体或欧洲钢琴教师协会的服务供应商传输您的个人信息。接受本隐私政策意味着您对我们将您的个人信息传输至欧洲钢琴教师协会中国境外分会做出了同意。
    
    为避免疑虑,如果您在欧洲钢琴教师协会分会地区以外发起交易或其他请求,视为您在发起交易或者其他请求的同时,做出了同意我们将您的个人信息传输至该地区。
    在这种情况下,我们会以严格的,物理的,组织上的,程序上的,技术上的以及对员工有关的要求来保证个人信息的安全和保密性。
    
    您的信息储存安全吗?
    为了始终以最可靠最安全的方式存储您的个人信息,我们仅在必要的时候对其进行处理。出于这种考虑,我们会采用适当的安保、技术及组织措施防止任何更改您的信息或是让您的信息丢失的行为,亦或是未经授权的访问。
    
    我们如何保护未成年人的隐私?
    中国境内未满18周岁的爱乐会员,我们不会要求提供任何个人隐私信息。
    如您未成年,且参与我们的相关活动及比赛,我们建议您请您的父母或监护人仔细阅读本隐私政策。在征得他们同意的前提下,您可使用我们的服务或向我们提供信息。如果没有父母或监护人的同意,未成年人不得自行创建个人信息账户。
    如果我们发现在未事先获得可证实的父母或法定监护人同意的情况下,我们收集了未成年人的信息,我们将删除该等信息。
    
    我们隐私政策的修订
    请留意我们可能偶尔对本隐私政策进行修改。这种情况下,修改将刊登在本页。
    
    如何联系我们关于隐私问题
    如您对本隐私政策内容有任何疑问、意见或建议,想要改变您授权我们收集、使用个人信息的范围,或终止您的授权,您可以通过发送邮件至info@epta-china.org与我们会员秘书联系。