外文标题：A Sino-Indo Gathering in Xiamen(Amoy) and About Navneet Bakshi
Chapter Four, A Worship for Baosheng Dadi( Life Protection Emperor)
21 February 2015
After a bus company visit, we drove to a local temple, the ancestral temple of Basheng Dadi(Life Protection Emperor), a doctor ten centuries ago, now worshipped as a deity.
Baosheng Dadi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In costal China, when it rained, it rained.
A family ancestral temple in Haicang District, Xiamen
Arrived at this temple for Baosheng Dadi, but unfortunately the main temple was closed after 5pm. Only a memorial park beside the temple was open.
Mrs. Bakshi said she would have definitely climb to the top if it hadn't rained. A statue of Baosheng Dadi is on the summit.
Navneet Bakshi 夫人说，要不是下雨，她肯定要爬到山顶。山顶上有保生大帝雕像。
@AndrewJin ever consider doing road trips?
Too tired i think.Plus there is enough public transport in China, and driving is pricy to some extent, toll and gas and extra ticket to enter a national park.
There is too much of hostility between Chinese and Indians here, it is a defence forum after all.
Wonderful photograph！Hope more friends come to discuss and exchange opinion.
Hi @AndrewJin; I'm Indian and I don't even know if I'm a 'real patriot from India'. :) But I don't bother about that.
Do keep this thread running, and don't bother too much with the "nay-sayers". I spent about 5 years travelling to China and training young Chinese professionals; an experience that I remember and treasure.
Most of all; I remember my last trip there when my students/trainees who gave me a hand-written scroll describing me as their "Guruji" which happens to be the Indian word for Mentor and thanking me for preparing them to be good professionals. That is Life!
嗨，楼主，我是印度人，连自己是否是真正的爱国者都不知道 :) 但是我不在意。
Thank you, my Indian friends. Of cause we don't bother about those when we respect each other no matter how different our opinions and ideologies are.
Five years? Wow, where have you been? i'm working on my My Adventures Across China | Page 9 and still have so much to share with you guys.