Friday, July 15, 2005

Tea and Israel

I am happy about all my readers. Be they from Alsace, where I was born and raised, the US, where I studied, or Asia where I live. However, there is a special place in my heart and soul for Israel, where I stayed 3 months in the spring of 1994. I was a volunteer in the Kibbutz Dovrat, near Afula. From my room, I could see Mount Tabor on the right and Nazareth on the left! It was the best time of my life.

I see I get 1% of Hebrew visitors and I wanted to say to them: Lamadti ketsat yivrit! Israelim haverim sheli! in broken hebrew. Actually, my coming to Taiwan owes much to my experience in Israel. It's because I could learn Hebrew quickly there that I found confidence enough to go to Taiwan and learn Chinese! Toda Raba, Israel.

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