Chenlin bought me one last gift, the T-shirt I'm wearing in this picture. Note the logo. She went out of her way to get it for me; I had mentioned that I wished they had a t-shirt, but I never had time to get to the restaurant to find out. This sums up the hospitality and thoughtful regard that has met us at every turn. I will be glad to return to State College-it's our home. I'm a messy, fractious American, and I am used to myself. But as much as it's possible to know any country in a short time I have come to admire the kind, hardworking, intelligent people we've met here, who know how to make a stranger feel like a friend. As usual- I've learned far more than I've taught.