I remember, awhile back, promising pictures of the Luzhou Protestant Church’s Easter services on April 21. Let me make sure I post those here, along with a short explanation of what usually happens at Protestant churches in China. Changes to … Continue reading
“Shame on you!” That was the report from my mom, who has been chastising me for the lack of reports from China which used to fill this site a bit more often than has these past months. Since the summer … Continue reading
My home, at the moment, is filled with the scent of lilies and the remembrance of Easter past in my childhood, where coloring eggs and Easter displays on the dining room table invited us all to celebrate this special religious … Continue reading
This afternoon, I headed off to Plainfield, Indiana (near the airport), for my hotel overnight before flying out from Indianapolis to begin my journey tomorrow, back to China. My brother chauffeured me the 1 1/2 hours on I-70 to the … Continue reading
During the past few years, Luzhou has been working toward becoming a National Civilized City. This prestigious honor ranks a city as being economically, environmentally, politically and socially excellent. The movement itself began in 2003, with 10 … Continue reading
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Before adding the next posting, Christmas at the Luzhou Protestant Church, I’ll include a short mentionable concerning the campus Christmas Activity Night. The Idea Emerges A few years ago, I had an idea that my Christmas lessons shouldn’t be just … Continue reading
At the end of every school year, right before we dismiss for the summer holidays, my top priority is to visit my department’s office and pin down Mr. Chen, in charge of assigning courses to the teachers. “Don’t forget, Mr. … Continue reading