Saturday, December 20, 2008


Sounds like a nice guy, too bad the article is so short:

"Growing up here I was always conscious that I was a liability to my (Chinese) friends," he recalls. "Just to be seen with me could be a problem for them and I was always very grateful to the ones who didn't mind."

Today, he says, one of the changes about China that pleases him most is the way he "can talk to people without their feeling any great apprehension about associating with foreigners. There's no fear about that now."

(Christian Science Monitor: A Westerner grows up in China)


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