Tag Archive | China

Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall

On our last day in Nanjing we accompanied our friend, Shi Jun, a philosophy professor at Nanjing University of Science and Technology, and some of his students to the Nanjing Memorial Museum.  Because it was a weekend, and it was China, the museum was very crowded. The students we were with had been to this […]

And Now For Something Completely Different

We needed to go to Nanjing, China, because Don was asked to give a paper at a conference at Nanjing University of Science and Technology.  We booked on China East Airlines, which is a brand new Chinese airline.  We would fly into Shanghai and then catch a flight to Nanjing.  We packed light so we […]

Windup Wire

A Reflection on Art, Justice, and Meaning in Our Time

Hey from Japan- or wherever the moving van arrives- Emily Cannell

Moving a Family When Everyone is Held Tightly in the Grips of Puberty or Menopause

Silk and Sake

Our travels in Japan