Taiwan provides many great spectacles. From enormous and ornate temples and palaces to the savory selection of fruit markets and box lunches. Driving through the streets and seeing the days meat in the shops and occaisional flashes from fried rice pans all while riding through rice patties in the tropical air was always a joy.
This was one of the fonts that we baptized people in. It was great to see the water splashing over the sides. No cannonballs allowed though!
Chinese New Year alway provided large gatherings and more than enough food to last a month
The missionaries that I came with to Taiwan with President and Sister Kim
And of course it wouldn't be Taiwan without the wonderful people that we saw enter the waters of baptism.
This is a painting that rolls out to be about 5 feet long. It is a depiction of 1 Nephi 8 and the tree of life story. It is personalized with the number of brothers and parents included in the painting. The painter was in a ward that I served in and had painted one of these for President Hinckley. It has been in issues of the Ensign.