After I retired I volunteered with an organization run by the Canadian and Chinese Governments to give technological help to the Chinese industry. My expertise was in paper. I spent all together 2 years, in 2-3 months streches at a time to help. Me, who escaped from communism helping communists, you may ask. Paper manufacturing is mostly in rural areas, so I had a chance to see how the "average" people live and to easily make the life of thousands ( no exaggeration) significantly better, which is an incredibly great feeling.
This piece is just pictures I took musically of them. The cello sounding instrument is a one string piece, the bow behind the string. I visited a music school in Beijing and during the concert they put up for me, a young man was playing Bach on this instrument, unbelievably beautifully.
But, the main thing is that you just can not help loving your fellow humans when you can contact them on a non-political and mutually respectful basis.