I have a much smaller class of Dialogue with Asian Religions this semester. Just 2 students. But it has been fun. They have been practicing Interreligious Dialogue with a number of groups. They have attended prayer at a mosque, and worship service at Sikh Temple, and had visits at Hindu Temple, and Daoist “church.” They have had great time visiting and enjoying good food, hospitality, and conversation. Maybe next year I should cut the formal training hours, but require my students visit more groups. Here in Baguio we also have Buddhist Temple, Baha’i Center, as well as less formally organized Shintoist and Jewish groups.