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Robert Lee Engel

by / Monday, 04 November 2013 / Published in Friends

After our dinner, the family ate. They invited me to join them in the drinking of rice wine, which is a traditional ‘welcome drink.” Next to me is Ly Phu Chieu, the homestay owner, his son Ly Lao Ta, his wife Ly Man May, their daughter Ly Ta May. Yat, ee, puhah, hop tee yew,” at least that is how it sounds, which means “One, two, three, bottoms up” in the Red Zao language.

Robert Lee Engel

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