I have been unable to connect to the Internet for some days.
At the moment, I am in Shenyang in the northeast corner of China teaching about free markets to Chinese university students.
The organizer is Ken Schoolland’s wife, Li Zhao. It is going quite well, but there was a lot of attrition of other free-market economists that had planned to come.
With so few of us, it has been quite exhausting with 12+ hour days of lecturing for about 6 hours before speaking individually with students and professors.
Hopefully, this will be the first of other opportunities to bring the message of the merits of the free society to China.
But it ain’t for the faint-hearted. There is no air conditioning and it is VERY hot and humid. The facilities are not the best, but they are adequate. (Anyone that knows about the splendid infrastructure at Universidad Francisco Marroquin would find this place to be rather primitive! THANK YOU, Giancarlo and others for the wonders of UFM!!!)