Thursday, July 19, 2007

Chinese at restaurant. Thu, Jul 19, 2007.

07/19/2007. 850. The Elders' Quorum president works at an office close to where I live. We've been intending to have lunch some time, and finally meshed schedules today. We went to one of his regular spots, a Chinese restaurant, where they know him. I set some material (the two editions of the Chinese Book of Mormon, a bilingual Chinese/English New Testament, a Chinese Liahona magazine, an English Book of Mormon, and a "Finding Happiness" DVD, on the table while we ate.

As the staff came by to clear plates, a couple of them noticed the material, but didn't say anything. We got there during the lunch rush, so they were busy. But we ended up leaving shortly after the rush subsided.

On our way out, as the EQ president paid, he offered them some material, and engaged in a bit of conversation, with both the husband and the wife who own the restaurant. He offered, and they accepted a Simplified Chinese Book of Mormon, the Chinese Liahona magazine, and the Finding Happiness DVD. The husband mentioned having visited Salt Lake City.

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