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Barry from Australia is a questioning soul who looks at social issues from an alternative point of view and instead of asking, “Why?”, he asks “Why not?” He’s convinced that many of his previous incarnations were spent in China. He feels drawn to the people there; attracted by their rich culture and way of life. If given one wish from God, he’d reply, “I want everyone on Earth to be the same colour, speak the same language, and treat each other as they themselves would like to be treated.”
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My China Trip - Day 16    

By Barry Pittman
6666 Views | 30 Comments | 6/18/2014 9:03:29 PM
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#2014-07-11 19:01:20 by anonymous10940 @anonymous10940


#2014-07-11 21:05:54 by Nekko @Nekko

We do not stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing.

#2014-07-11 23:26:01 by Barry1 @Barry1


"read part 16 today from the first part, feel very enjoyable"

Thank you for your comments, Destiny1.

I'm glad you've enjoyed what I've written so far. There are a few more parts left in the series so hopefully they won't send you to sleep as you read them.

I also wish you the very best in finding a compatible partner for yourself. It's not an easy job but please never give up. (y)

#2014-07-11 23:30:28 by Barry1 @Barry1


"naked to the waist, a bit rude"

In the heat of summer, many men in the country areas take off their shirts. A more casual atmosphere prevails here.

Whereas in the city areas, some men roll up their shirts from their waist, whilst keeping the shirt on around their chest. I think this looks a bit silly though. Men walking around with rolled up shirts, exposing their midriff. I think it'd look better if they took their shirts off entirely! :D

#2014-07-11 23:33:57 by Barry1 @Barry1


"How can a woman lose it? How can men affected by Terra!"

I wasn't quite able to understand your meaning here, as can be seen above, the English translation wasn't clear.

For example, the translation asks, "How can a woman lose it?" Yet I'm not sure what is meant here - lose what?

In any case, xie xie for taking the time to submit a comment. It is appreciated.

Best wishes to you. (y)

#2014-07-11 23:57:26 by violaine @violaine



#2014-07-12 03:10:01 by anonymous10950 @anonymous10950

Barry, I want to thank you for entertaining Tina and the rest of us with your blogging but I take over from here on. I will keep you all posten trough my new blogg MY dates with Tina.

Cheers, (d)


#2014-07-12 10:36:23 by Barry1 @Barry1


This series has developed into a story about my trip to China, including both romantic as well as non-romantic events. Each day brings new experiences to the fore.

So it's turned out to be a diary of what happened to me, day by day. Basically it's simply a story with both romantic as well as non-romantic elements.

Some may regard this as a soap opera. Some may regard it as something else. But at least I can assure everyone, that it's based on truth. It's not a work of fiction, but one of reality.

Thanks for your comments, Violaine. Best wishes to you. (y)

#2014-07-12 13:03:41 by Barry1 @Barry1


"we grow old because we stop playing"

Well spoken, Nekko. Wise words.

Part of the art of growing old also is to place increased importance on one's health. Diet and exercise become more important than ever before. This is where many older people let themselves down a little, by not realising this fully and more importantly, acting on it.

If anything, people should exercise MORE when they're old, not less. And they should eat LESS than what they used to do, not more.

Paradoxical but true. Cheers mate. (y)

#2014-07-12 13:08:14 by Barry1 @Barry1


"I want to thank you for entertaining Tina and the rest of us with your blogging..... I will take over from here on"

You gave me a good laugh with this, George. Good on you. If Tina wants you back, then most certainly I will abide by her wishes.

Good luck to us both. :)

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