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T was a Saturday when I arrived at Yanglin, and we quietly sojourned the next day in the " Star of Happiness Inn," one of the best I have visited in the Province of Yunnan. The hostel and its landlord, Mr Chang, have good reputations. In my room several euthusiastic guests had written up testimonials on the wooden walls. Here is a translation of two of them.
Among Yanglin inns the first is the " Star of Happiness." The landlord is benevolent and righteous, worth a thousand of gold.
The two honourable cooks are kind indeed, Never neglecting for a single half-hour to supply you with tea and water.
The " Star of Happiness Inn is the first in Yunnan. It is clean and quiet like the " Caves of Heaven." Tea, water, and all things are convenient. The landlord is more diligent than all Earth's worthies.
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