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Seder in China? Who'da thunk it?
Ah, life is full of such unexpected surprises. (The language police should get me for that one. If the surprises were expected they wouldn't be surprises.) I never thought I'd be joining a group for a delightful Seder here in China.
I made myself a kippah (yarmulke) for the event. Elaine, our host, introduced us all to the traditions of the Passover meal, and sang the traditional songs. Sang beautifully in authentic Hebrew, I should add. She had to make a few substitutions for the meal, which would explain why the traditional lamb tasted a lot like chicken. I had far more than the traditional four glasses of wine, more like the lion's share of four bottles I think. What a delightful evening. Thanks, Elaine.
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