April 2005

Today, Connie, her mother and I visited the temple in downtown Taipei to pay respects to Guan Yu, the Patron Saint of Bravery and Justice. I visited...

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One of the two dragon pillars which guard the front door of the temple. 

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The closed and barred front door to the temple entrance, you can see the two guardian dragonish on either side. On this day people were entering through...

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The plaque at the front door, above the temple entrance. 

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While we offered our prayers and thanks to Guan Yu we left food to be blessed on the table at the back of the temple. It was...

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As you can see, the Guan Yu temple was crowded with people making prayers and offerings. In the foreground you can see nuns reading their religious scriptures. 

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The front door of the English for Special Purposes division of Kojen where I work, it’s the only one in Taipei and consists of a grand total...

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The cozy non-office which I share with the other 3 ESP teachers. This is basically a prep-room where we drop by, do our work, and then leave....

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Another shot of our shared office at the ESP devision. 

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