Friday, December 09, 2005

Menu of a Restaurant in a 3-star Hotel in China

Your last post on Nguyen Tuong Van was really depressing, he said.


But it's life without God that's depressing, I said. A meaningless life followed by a meaningless death. But with God, there's loads of meaning and value.

At which point, there was hysterical laughter across the room and someone, still sniggering, forwarded photographs of a menu of a restaurant in a 3-star hotel somewhere in China. They were really trying to serve the English-speaking customers. (Which is apparently on par with my trying to serve the Chinese-speakers at ARPC's Mandarin Ministry. Thanks guys.)

:-)


If you are the copyright owner of these photos, sorry I couldn't trace you, but thank you so much for your service to the dreary office crowd. And if you really really want these photos taken off, please contact me!

1 Comments:

At June 28, 2007 3:24 am , Blogger Wender J. Crinklebank said...

"Elder Brother the Ground is Second"?? I can't even begin to imagine what this would equate to in edible food items. How very, very bizarre.

 

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