You Snap Me, I Snap You

Yesterday afternoon we found ourselves in a village on the edge of Yibin. We were looking for evidence of a school where Esther had worked in 1939.  It had originally been established in Yibin, but because of bombing by the Japanese, it had moved out to this village for a year.

We found it (again, thanks to the help of the village Party Secretary), and stopped in to visit just as the school day ended.

My usefulness as a translator had dropped to ZERO out there since the local dialect was completely unintelligible to my northern-trained ears, so while Noel and Mr. B walked around with the village Party Secretary and school headmaster, I took pictures of the kids.

Several of them whipped out their cell phones and started taking pictures of me.

I chuckled.

Welcome to the new China!

 

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