Another unexpectedly lively lunchtime audience which was actually larger then this picture suggests.
Charing Cross Library, which serves London's Chinatown, has 50,000 Chinese language books and 4 Chinese speaking staff. It is deceptively small on the outside but turns out to be very grand on the inside.
This had the biggest audience I've had so far in central London.
This was a fun audience asked me lots of difficult questions without hesitation. However since I'd broken my glasses I had no idea what they looked like until I put this picture up - what a handsome bunch they are too.
NEXT: Ealing (unless it has seceded) and the far distant western edge of Civilisation a.k.a. Hillingdon.