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Abraham was an Immigrant:  A Theological Reflection

Abraham is widely accepted as a patriarch of the three great
monotheistic faiths of the World.  Abraham was an immigrant.  His
father, Terah was from the land of Ur of the Chaldeans
(somewhere in present day Iraq) and while the tribe was resting at
Haran, Terah died. Abraham, then known as Abram, heard God
tell him to get out of his country and from his father's house to a land that God will reveal.  Abram,
whose obedience is renowned, complied.  

Many know this immigration saga of Abram, but there is more.  For all was not well in the early
Promised Land - there was a severe famine and Abram and his family were forced to move
again, this time further south into the land....
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Chinese Calligraphers were on hand to  
demonstrate the art of Chinese Writing.
Photo above: A Chinese lady in the court dress of the Tang Dynasty (618-907 CE) answers
questions from visitors to MIDDFEST CHINA.  This delightful festival was held in Middletown, Ohio.
Fancy Chinese Kites at MIDDFEST CHINA
Prof. LuMing Mao of Miami University,
Oxford, Ohio was on hand to sign his new
book
Reading Chinese Fortune Cookie:  
The Making of Chinese American Rhetoric.
A Chinese artist demonstrates the fashioning of
color figurine made from dough, including the
Mascots for Olympics 2008 which will be held in
Beijing, China.
Photo above:  A visitor happily shows off
his gold embroidered  hat -  regalia
reserved for a high official of the
Qing
Dynasty (1644-1912) .
Photo above:  Officers of the Greater Cincinnati
Chinese Chamber of Commerce were present to
provide information and to assist in making
MIDDFEST CHINA a success for the community.
MIDDFEST-CHINA 2006 IN MIDDLETOWN, OHIO-USA
A Display featuring the Greater Cincinnati
Chinese Chamber of Commerce
WELCOME TO MIDDFEST CHINA
This fisheye photo shows the centerpiece welcoming visitors to MIDDFEST CHINA which was held
in downtown Middletown from 09/29- 10/1/2006.  Visitors were treated to a marvellous array of
exhibits, performances, seminars  - cultural & business, food, and merchandise highlighting China.
Charleston and Jane
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ZINZINNATI USA 2006, CLICK ON PHOTO
Photo courtesy of Michael Beck