He also brought up a "soul mate". Personally, I don't believe in soul mates. I think there are more than 1 person out there for everyone.
Today me and Alice woke up at 4AM to see him, my second time and Alice's first time. When we arrived at 6:15AM (he opens at 8AM) there were already 20+ people in line. The group is rather diverse in both age, race, and background. I forgot much about my first experience and forgot how long the wait was. Me and Alice wrote our names down and left to wander Chinatown while waiting for our reading. I learned that Banh Mi places are open at 7AM which was awesome for us. We didn't get our reading until about 11AM. While roaming around, the nerd I am noticed that a lot of neighboring stores to Cau Chin's office/temple sell cassette tapes. Cau Chin lets you record the reading and people often bring tape recorders. It's interesting how a demand generated from another store can create a market for an item.
Once you walk in he starts talking quickly but quietly so you really have to pay attention to what he says. He seemed quite distracted with his back facing me and cleaning up the room as well as receiving phone calls as he talked about my life. He basically repeated everything he told me last time including the information about who my "soul mate" apparently is. He gave a birth year and the first letter of the first name. Last time I went, he wrote it on a post-it note and told me to hold on to it. This time he repeated the same birth year and first letter and also gave me a time frame on which I'm suppose to meet him. (Still skeptical but intrigued by the repetition)
Me and Alice compared our readings (he lets you record them) and found a lot of similarities which made us question how true it is. I was told that the more often you visit him, the more accurate and specific details he gives. This time around, it was a quicker summary of things he has told me before. I guess it does reaffirm the probability of it being true since the reading hasn't changed.
Afterward, we went to Golden Palace and enjoyed some good ole Dim Sum!