Monthly Archives: December 2013

Luzhou Makes National and International News, Not in a Good Way

Yes, I’m starting off the New Year with a rather tragic tale, this one posted from my home along the Yangtze. However, this last day of 2013 will allow me to begin 2014 on a happy high note, hopefully with … Continue reading

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At the Park, Christians Practice for Church Performance Celebrations

It started 2 months ago. I arrived on Wednesday after class to Meng Zhui Wan park, where my swimming pool is located, to find quite a crowd. Every day, I have been swimming as a part of my daily exercise … Continue reading

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Memories of Enjoying the Chinese Gingko Among the Chinese

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Dressing the City in Gold: The Autumn Gingko (银杏) In Full Glory

All week, bright sunshine and 60-degree temperatures have filled the Sichuan University campus lawns with crowds of happy folk. Families, the elderly, kite flyers, dog walkers and students have been putting this amazing weather to good use. Blankets are spread … Continue reading

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“Yes, Virginia, there is turkey in China!”

I’ve found living in the big city rather than small town Luzhou has a lot of perks. One of them is turkey for Thanksgiving. Turkey is not a bird found commonly in China nor eaten here. I have only seen … Continue reading

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