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So I'm finally back to my blog after
six weeks away. I got so caught up in the hectic five day transition
from Morocco to the US to China, and then the beginning of classes
that this blog got put on the side-burner. Now I'm back and ready to
share about my time in Kaifeng. I feel like I have so many things to
say, and will have plenty to post in the coming days and weeks, but
I'll start with an introduction to my work here and some ...
... if I needed help. I explained that I'm Jewish from America and wanted to see what was left of the synagogue.
She appeared Chinese to me but introduced herself as Esther, then went on to explain that her family was the last remaining guardians of the synagogue, and that they're trying to re-unite the community. Apparently there are a lot of people in town who were taught that they're Israelites, but no longer have learned Hebrew ...
... total. I looked around his home with him. The ground floor was his dinning room and kitchen with a cat and a dog, first floor was the bedrooms and second floor was stored a rabbit. I had a feeling that I have been to a zoo. And I was scared by his dog as it always barked to me. The dinner was fine, and I could say that it was much better than the food in the restaurant, much better! Then we both took a photo on the sofa. Afterward we got back to ...
... back in her home city visiting her mother for Spring Festival) For those of you who don't know, Kaifeng city is one of my most favourite cities here in China and besides the Jinghong city (Xishuangbanna) night food market, Kaifengs night market would be at the top of my list. Of course there are others that are much bigger, but you must remember, it's not the size of the food ...
... ready for my brother and sister's visit when my living room door started to bang back and forth. When I felt the couch begin to sway, I looked outside to see if maybe the University was doing some type of construction work on the apartment below me. And then I started to feel really, really drunk. Erin, Alex and I ran outside. Standing in our courtyard, watching the trees sway with no tangible wind ...