How can I learn more about China? It seems so vast and complicated, and I don’t know where to begin.
Sam Arora, Life long student of Chinese history, culture, food, arts
1.I was born in a small town, in the present day Punjab region of India.
2.India and China were almost stage of turmoil in history. However, India and China were in absolute terms/brotherly/relationship.
3.It is still not clear to me; my primary school teacher was a huge fan of Chinese culture/history/food/and very long glorious past.
4.He was also a massive fan of Lord Buddha, and he told us excellent things about China.
5.I vowed that one day I would visit China,
6.My parents moved to a magnificent much bigger city, when I was in grade four, my link with my mentor primary school teacher was shattered.
7.Then our (India’s) relationship soured with China when I was in grade eight, and my dream was broken that I will never be able to visit China.
8.However, when I was growing up in the big city, there is/was a beautiful library, and read whatever books they had on China.
I was very curious about our neighbors, but I knew in my heart of hearts I may never go to China.
1.I finished education, with three bachelors and one master, from the same University of Punjab, India.
2.We ( I got married young), my wife and I moved to Canada in the early 70 s.
3.Now the floodgate opened, it was the first time I met people from China, in various setting. I did another http://M.Sc (http://M.Sc) here in Canada, I met them as students, my professors, and as co-workers/reports/and the list goes on.
4.Finally my wife and I realized our dream to go to China, well China is a vast country, we have made several visits, and yes we have scratched a surface. We have planned more trips and continue until we see all of China.
Now following are my suggestions for you.
Seeing is believing, first forget all about your preconceived ideas, since China was closed general public did not get a true picture. What ever we knew was second hand garbage well most of it.
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