The weather is really nice – so we took a Sunday afternoon stroll at NTU (National Taiwan University) Campus. After walking the track a few laps, and then sitting on a park bench watching people for a while, we headed home. About the time we were almost home, we discovered, the house keys were NOT in Jackie’s pocket. So we walked over to the locksmith booths near our home (both of them) and they were closed. So we tried in our limited Chinese to tell Mr. Huang, (the guard at our building) that we needed his help. He got on the phone and placed a few calls until he found a locksmith willing to come. Mr Huang took Jackie to one of the Chinese speaking tenants in our building, to say in English – “the man arrive in 15-20 min and charge $200–$500” ( which we understood) before she interpreted. Well, we sat on the floor in the lobby of our building – playing games on our cell phones while we waited. The Chinese tenant came out and invited us in and offered us something to drink. The Chinese are great hosts naturally. Sure enough the locksmith arrived very soon, and he got us in the door in less than a minute. $400 NT (about $12.50). Now where should we hide that extra key?