Dinner is being hosted by Mr. Wang’s sisters and brother-in-law. It is an honor to be invited to a Chinese family home and so I am pleased with the opportunity. I am terrible with people’s names when I do not write them down so forgive me for failing to recall everyone’s names. We are welcomed into the home by his brother in-law’s mother. She was a petite woman with a big smile and a kind manner. His brother-in-law prepared tea for us. Small oranges and nuts were set out before us as we relaxed in the living room on a traditional wooden chair similar to a sofa. We could hear preparations beginning for the dinner. Mr. Wang disappeared into the kitchen while Mrs. Wang and Cristine chatted about Chinese home life. Our dinner was relaxing around a traditional Chinese round table. There were a wealth of dishes including several vegetable dishes, fish, rice, soup, freshwater shrimp, and the barbeque meat dish I had become so fond of in the recent days. I enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere and soon was filled to satisfaction. Just as we were leaving the kindly old woman appeared from the kitchen with yet one more dish to complete the feast. I fulfilled her wish to try the soup and enjoyed the warmth as it filled my tummy with total satisfaction. If I were to write down my satiety level at this time it would register gently full. Not stuffed but probably more than I should have enjoyed at one meal. It was back to the hotel for a good night’s rest.