Received: June 1st, 2015

From: CANADA

This card shows the Kazan Kremlin in Kazan, Russia. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 2000. This card was sent from Canada.

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From: TAIWAN

Hengchun Peninsula, Taiwan

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From: CHINA

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Received: May 25th, 2015

From: INDONESIA

The famous hanging tomb cave of Tana Toraja.

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Teacher Rena says:

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From: CHINA

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Dong Ming says:

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Below is the english translation as translated by a friend:

Maybe I will arrive at your country earlier than the arrival of this postcard. Because I love diving, I fly to Philipphines once or twice every year. I love it there so much, the way the sun shines. the vast blue ocean. I especially love the friendliness of the wonderful people there. I have been to (he includes the names in english) and on 5/22 to 31 I will be going to (names of places included in english). I read the books, travel the roads. and see the world.

From: NETHERLANDS

Three of Amsterdam’s most famous churches.

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Angelique says:

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Received: From China With Love

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Dear Erlinda Bautista,

Hello! It comes from China. I am Cindy, live in a small and great city. Now, it is raining outside. I am buying an umbrella. Does it rain in Taiwan? I guess not. Oh. I want to tell you, Taiwan is one of my favorite places. 

Wish you happy,

Cindy

It’s a wonderful note from Cindy of China. When she said, “Does it rain in Taiwan? I guess not.”, she literally meant to ask if it was raining in Taiwan by the time I received the postcard. And yes, it wasn’t raining that time. I love to receive more postcards from China. Hope so.