So I got this wierd email the other day from some guy wanting to know if I'd assist them in a landscaping project in China. I get this kind of stuff a bit because we are so well listed on search engines and on the web in general that a lot of people find us that way. I got a request to go work in the middle east a few months ago. Turned that down.... Anyway, I replied back asking what, specifically, they were talking about. They replied today that they were going to be installing a landscape and maintaining it for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. They have the money and the ability to land the job. But they don't have the landscaping experience. So they apparently want to hire us (me) to come over and do some design work, training, construction, etc. This leaves me in a bit of a pickle as to what to do. It sounds very interesting. But there are some challenges. Primarily, I have no idea what the climate, soil conditions, plant materials, local suppliers, etc. are like in China. I would have to do a lot of research. On the other hand, this could be a great opportunity. And I am in a position where I could leave my company here for a few weeks at a time and let my wife and foreman run things. So my current business wouldn't be hurt. Any ideas? Comments? I am still waiting for more information from these guys. Also hoping it isn't just a scam too. This is all too weird. What do you do in a case like this? It's almost too cool to pass up.