TAIWAN & HONG KONG OF MY HEART
A letter from the first Taiwanese
Orthodox missionary Pelagia Yu to the Greek people
EX 2X2 LETTERS FROM GREECE
I am Chinese, born in Taiwan and my Christian name is Pelagia. I was a Protestant Christian, and it took me five years to become Orthodox. I love to read the Holy Bible and have all of its publications in the Chinese language.
I have visited Greece and discovered that it is a truly unique country. While travelling in your country, even before I arrived, on the plane I saw how different in temperament Greek people were, how cheerfully they conversed with each other, how they laughed and how they applauded the pilot after the landing, something unheard of for us Asians, who are more conservative and do not easily display emotion. I learnt after this experience that the expression of freedom requires passion and liveliness.
In Greece, I visited many churches, I participated in the Divine Liturgy, and when I Continue reading “A letter from the first Taiwanese Orthodox missionary Pelagia Yu to the Greek people”