This mother has a unique way of taking her children with her. The baby on the front is standing on a stool and her sister behind is actually tied to her mother's waist. I guess that it beats paying a babysitter. There is a law in Taichung forbidding more than two people at a time on a scooter but no one pays any attention to it and it is not too unusual to see two adults, a couple of children and somestimes a dog all sharing a single scooter. this mother's jacket is on backward to protect her shirt from getting dirty. It is also common to see many younger women wearing mini-skirts or short shorts on scooters.
This is where you can find Sister Greene, fulfilling her responsibilities about ten hours a day. It is remarkable the work that she gets done but she always finds time to give the sister missionaries a hug, a spiritual thought and a lot of love. Below is Sister Lin, a local missionary who finished her mission last week and returned to her home in Taipei, Taiwan. She was a special helper to Sister Greene for a few days before being released and saw her almost like a mother figure.