During a Thanksgiving dinner, professor Indiana Jones entertains his great-grandchildren by recalling a visit to China he made as a boy. While his father was working with the Chinese translator Yen Fu, young Indy, his mother and his tutor went sightseeing with their guide, Mr Li. After visiting the Great Wall of China, Indy fell ill during a rain storm and the travelers were taken in by a poor Chinese family. Dispite his mother's misgivings, she consented to have a local doctor treat her boy using acupuncture. Written by
The TV Archaeologist
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's teleplay was adapted by comic book writer/artist Dan Barry into issues 11 and 12 of Dark Horse's 'The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles' 12 issue limited series, published Jan 01, 1993 and Feb 01, 1993. See more
, Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.
Henry, have you learned the chronology of the dynasties yet?
Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.
No... you know, Miss Seymour. I think it's more important to learn the language of a country than it is the history.
You mean you haven't learned them.