March 4, 2013 was the third trip to China, organized by The Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, in San Francisco, California. The first two were "good will tours," with no agenda other than establishing friendships and collegiate collaboration. The current tour was a culmination of over two decades of work and negotiations to establish a Sexuality Institute in mainland China, further validated by the first Sino-US Sexuality Conference, with experts (as you will see) from both sides who travelled half way across the world and from all areas of China and Taiwan to present. This extraordinary vision of global sexual health, was the brainchild of one man, Dr. Ted McIlvenna. As we travelled on the bus from one brand new city to yet another - brand new - amazing city, it occurred to Beverley and I that a memorial of this momentous occasion should be created. An invitation was made to all the presenters "on the bus" to write their memories, thoughts and feelings about what this trip had meant to them. Each individual's only mandate was to keep in mind that this was to concentrate on our experiences from the trip to China, allowing in that format for each person's individual contribution to the wider field of Sexology, to express themselves. The following pages hold the unedited contributions of those who wanted to be a part of this gift to Dr. Ted and the Institute. What you will read will add to the recognition of an unparalleled man, a wealth of insights, historical reflections on a mysterious country, and the 'coup de gras' is the topic: The Sexual Evolution of Women in China.