BTW means 'by the way'
In most Chinese movies I have seen, people eat meat. Perhaps it is just the media then promoting meat eating as usual.Originally Posted by qingchen
Really? I don't think so. My aquaintance are vegaetarians or vegans who are come from China here.
Sorry, I can't read Chinese. Do you have Vegetarian Restaurants in pretty much every town in China ? All this is amazing to know.Originally Posted by qingchen
Yes,there is no official data of Chinese veg population. But Vijay, there are many Chinese word website for Chinese veg. Can you read it? If you can I can give you more... and there are many veg. restaurants in China.
My aquaintance are Buddhists.
Dear quingchen:Originally Posted by qingchen
Vijay, did you get that Restaurants? Will you go to China to have a lunch or so in those restarants?
For sure neigbours will have disputes, however this is just as two brothers have disputes in a family. One also learns that these disputes are minor, focus on the bigger picture, co-operate and enjoy life. In this regard a lot of India-China disputes are superficial based on materialism I feel. At a spiritual level both Indian and Chinese Masters have exhibited a great deal of understanding and co-operation in the past.Originally Posted by freemouse
Vijay, I love Indian culture/food probably just as much as you like Chinese things. I actually became veg after reading about Hare Krishna and practicing yoga (both at elementary levels, shame on me). I love Shiva !
There used to be a vegan Indian buffet in my town (Honolulu) but it went out of biz and I was so sad!
About India and China dispute.....I pray Ahimsa!
Agreed ! India and China also had a great connection via the Silk Route. However, now we all have a different opinion about Silk here as it involves a lot of suffering.
Had a good Christmas. Thanks wish you the same.Originally Posted by qingchen
Hi, how did you spend your Chrismas day? Did you have a merry Chrismas?
Happy New Year too!