Today, Prof. Haiyong Liu gave us a talk on how space is reflected in human language and how it is a useful device to make human language function. He eventually contended that if the core of every sentence, the verb, is a reflection of the time of the proposition, the nouns, the other most important elements in human speech, are closely connected with the space they are referred to. And then we had the second dialogue between the Detroit and Shenyang residents. Our topics ranged from the survival of artists, health care, to the roles of the union in both societies. Anecdotes, questions, generalizations, and invitations, we only regretted that two hours was not long enough.