Just got back from a nice Taiwan brunch. The taiwanese students here organised it and they fed us teochew porridge. Apparently they call it "shi fan
"... oh well. It sure was nice to have some chinese food for once.
This morning I visited another church
all the way out in East Greenwich. It's a 30 min drive from Brown down along the 195. Apparently it has one of those 'emergent' worship services, with funky music and lotsa visuals to appeal to younger generations, but that's in the evenings. I went to a nice, contemporary Sunday morning one.
The service is close to that in the Bible Church, and relatively more contemporary than the one I've been going to for the last 2 weeks, though the 5 of us managed to pop in and out without anyone taking notice that we were new there, save for a few young adults.
I guess I'll keep shopping round for a fellowship group and a church. Been making quite a few contacts within the Christian community here. I'll see where that takes me.
Oh well. I got a hebrew test tomorrow (think I got that one nailed), biostats homework, and physics lab PLUS homework.
Us Singapore students are having a mooncake party tonight. (yes, will post pics) Oh, and John Kerry's coming tomorrows afternoon.
How am I supposed to study?