I’m back from Taiwan.Â It’s been a really enjoyable trip. 12 sessions with Pastor Kong and even as I was serving all throughout, I was also greatly ministered. It was great fun following Pastor all throughout the camp.
I don’t know how to share my experience throughout the past 9 days, but even when I was so tired and sleepy, the presence of God still remained very real in my life.
I didn’t take a lot of photos although I was very tempted to ask Pastor to take a personal one together with me.
Anyway, these are a few of what I have.
Taiwan Coke Zero.
This was our dinner for the first night. Smelly beancurd.
7-11 sells Starbucks.
1 thing I didn’t like about Taiwan was that it was very difficult to dispose rubbish. You can hardly find a dustbin along the streets because the citizens are all encouraged to dispose their trash at home. And even when you finally find a dustbin, you have to separate all your trash. The unfinished food goes into one bin because they will recycle the food to feed the farm animals. The recyclable items such as plastic bottles and paper will go into the recycling bin. The rest such as used tissue paper and used plastic straws and sweet wrappers will go into another bin. It is an offence if you don’t throw the trash into the proper bins.
And these pigs are the ones that are eating your unfinished food, and then you eat them back.
Our dinner for one of the nights. This is real and not some imitation from Singapore.
Renjie and I having fun before we started the night games in Taipei.
And from Taipei, we had to head to Kaohsiung for the second camp. There were no flights available so we took the bullet train. It travels at 295kmh.
And there were more games. This is one of the very sadistic stations. There were unfinished food from our lunch, watermelon, grass, mud and lots of water. The campers were blindfolded and made to crawl through it.
And the night games again.
And the bullet train again. This time from Kaohsiung to Taoyuan where the airport was located.
And then back home at Changi Airport on 7 July 2008 10.50pm.
And then, Tekong in 3 more days.