The Chinese have an old saying that, if you love someone, your hearts will be forever connected. In the Taida Experimental Forest, which we visited after our Kaoshung trip south, there is a sign that has that saying. (see below) There was a dead tree connected with another tree trunk which formed a heart symbolizing the words. The carving on the sign said “Permanently connected by a common heart”. We stayed in this beautiful place for a few days, and we visited many familiar places there with our children. We were able to cool down quite a bit after our stay in the hot Kaoshung area. Another special place we visited regularly was University Pond, which has a nice bridge.