Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Goodbye Beijing

One month has passed so quickly. Tomorrow I will be on my way back to the US. Even I am still here, I have already started to miss this place. My parents are getting old. They have problems which I don’t see good solutions. I wish them the best and be prepared to be back to them as quick as possible. This is a city full of energy and opportunities. There is so much she can offer. I am excited that I have met many new friends this time, especially artists. I hope to see you again in the future. I want to thank all of you who helped me. I had a wonderful trip here. The photo I am showing today is an ideal image of Beijing, homey and beautiful. Goodbye Beijing. I will be back to see you again.

10 comments:

ha55ha said...
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ha55ha said...

Hope to see Beijing through your eyes again, sir. :) (Sorry for the 2 edited comments.)

Ann Rogers said...

It's always hard to leave home, but your Texas home misses you. Thank you for sharing your journey with us.

Barb Hillier said...

Thank you so much for sharing your trip with us. I've enjoyed watching your painting journey this past year as well. Safe travels and happy painting.

M.M.Bastin said...

Qiang,
Thank you for all the great posts while you have been in China. I have never been but really got a wonderful insight of your beautiful country. Hopefully I will travel there one day. I love your paintings and your comments. You have a wonderful tallent, thank you for sharing. Maybe I will meet you at one of your workshops. Have a blessed trip home.
Maria

ladyboomer said...

I have followed you on daily painters for a long time. I am an art student myself. I loved hearing about your trip to China. I have a son in S. Korea & we visited him this year. I know what you mean about the markets & walking. Safe
travels home.
Carol Watson
Alamosa, CO.

MeeLi Lee said...

Qiang, thank you for sharing your China trip. have a safe trip home!

Connie Nobbe said...

Have a safe trip back to the states, Qiang. God bless.

Jennifer Koach said...

Loved going through your blogs. I have a special place in my heart for China as I lived in H.K. at one point in life. I felt as if I had come home. We are glad to have your art as part of our world.