Today, we'll return to Asia and visit Master's houses in several of the countries where She has stayed. In Japan, Supreme Master Ching Hai once lived in a cabin nestled in a secluded forest in Gunma. At this time, Master drew the painting, "Japanese Apple Garden." In Thailand, Supreme Master Ching Hai has a tiny mobile home, just under 3 by 2 meters. During Her stay there, Master adopted some homeless puppies. We'll now visit captivating Hong Kong. In this bustling region, Supreme Master Ching Hai found a quiet place, high on a mountain. Master was happy with its natural setting. It's said that She was once looking at the sky full of stars, feeling so romantic that She was reluctant to go back to Her house for the whole night. While in Hong Kong, Master converted an abandoned cave, a former cow pen, into a fairyland-like living room overnight with Her ingenious and artistic hands.