Wednesday Whites June 13th, 2012 | 16 Comments »
Can anyone tell me what’s written in the wall? LOL
This was taken at the Chinese temple in Baguio and yes this caught my eye. I wonder what’s was written there, can you tell?
I do not know about Chinese so have no clue what those means 🙁
I honestly don’t have any idea about Chinese writings. Have you ever asked them there? 😀
i am always mistaken as Chinese but sadly, i am not and as much as i would love to help you out… i cannot understand the characters.. 🙂
sorry, I can’t help you out either but I sure am curious to know.
I have some Chinese friends who can’t even read Chinese! True! They said not much of them really knows how..
im sorry, but i really have no idea… Yahweh bless.
Wish I could help you but I’m as curious as you are.
Is that in Bell Church at the border of Baguio and La Trinidad? I also don’t have any idea on the Chinese writings though I had an interesting experience there on checking my fortune as I was about to take the CPA board exam, I ended up with a quote, all efforts will go in vain. I did pass my exam thus disproving my fortune but it did give me a scare.
My aunt can completely understand Chinese but I am not.. I have no idea the writings on the photo posted.
me too, I don’t have any idea…
Mmmm.. 1) prayer intentions? 2) names of deceased persons? 3) great quotations?
Lol! no idea!
Uh oh! I should ask my Chinese friends what this things are all about. Lol! I know they are expert on reading this.
Those writings are families who gave donation to the temple.. 🙂 The vertical writings on top are names, 合家 means family, 捐献 means donation, while 龍壁 is literally dragon wall.
i can never tell! hahaha.. i wish i could read chinese.. thanks for joining!
beautiful writings in white Momi Anne 🙂 I do not know what does it means sorry 🙁 Dropping by from last weeks Wednesday Whites.
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