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!


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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