Saturday, August 09, 2008

Indescribable sadness

I was taking a walk after dinner in HuangShi, Hubei, one evening in July, when I saw this man squatting on the sidewalk outside a restaurant. His posture, the dim lighting, the noise emanating from the restaurant, the rapidly-growing wealth represented by the smart cars parked on the roadside, and the seemingly-satisfied man on the opposite sidewalk combined to fill me with an indescribable sadness.


2 comments:

田园树 said...

I can see many poor people there.
By the way,I can go to Hubei every summer.As a Christian,I want to be a volunteer of the camp. May I go there? I want to send you an email to talk with you.

StephenC said...

It is certainly possible. There were volunteers from churches in HK, London, Canada, USA at the camp.

Send me an email at stephen.c.chan@gmail.com and we can talk.

By the way, how did you find out about my blog?