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It is called a longyi. Longyis are worn by both men and women, but they are worn differently and the patterns and colors are simpler for the men. Young boys and girls do not wear longyis. The child... Read More »
Our daily commute is about twenty minutes each way, and there generally is not a lot of traffic. Normally very uneventful, until today when a herd of water buffalo decided they wanted to cross the road, ... Read More »
Victoria carries another lad into surgery. Dr. Schepel and all of the OR teams have been on their feet for seven days. Today we fished our 63rd. and final patient of the mission. waiting his turn. That loo... Read More »
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In the last few days, you may have noticed our patients in bed or covered up in beautiful quilt, such as the ones below. These quilts were made for and donated by Wrap-A-Smile (a Rotary based organizatio... Read More »