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Justin Dyke, who last month resigned as a copy editor with the Cumberland Times-News to accept a teaching position in China, holds a copy of the Times-News in front of the Shanghai Old City God’s Temple. The newspaper includes the headline: “Familiar and foreign” and has a article about Chinese Frostburg State University students visiting the Western Maryland Health System. Dyke, an FSU graduate, said he has been keeping up with loal news on the Times-News’ Web site, www.times-news.com., as well as reading the China Daily and Shanghai Daily paper each day. The temple is a major Taoist temple in Shanghai that dates to the Yongle era of the Ming dynasty in 1403.

Justin Dyke, who last month resigned as a copy editor with the Cumberland Times-News to accept a teaching position in China, holds a copy of the Times-News in front of the Shanghai Old City God’s Temple. The newspaper includes the headline: “Familiar and foreign” and has a article about Chinese Frostburg State University students visiting the Western Maryland Health System. Dyke, an FSU graduate, said he has been keeping up with loal news on the Times-News’ Web site, www.times-news.com., as well as reading the China Daily and Shanghai Daily paper each day. The temple is a major Taoist temple in Shanghai that dates to the Yongle era of the Ming dynasty in 1403.

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