May 09, 2008

Taking a walk

Haven’t come to my blog for so long, as I was doing the final assignment and revision. Maybe the following days until the final exams, I cannot write many entries, but I would like to tell everyone what happened to me recently.

THis week was really really busy for me. It was almost the last week that we had lectures, everyone felt a bit sad, as the whole class may seperate worldwidely as soon as we finish the final exams . Luckily for me, I have already taken the offer of ELSM from Centre for Applied Linguistics, so I will definitely have chance to meet all my tutors next year.

This week I also did something meaningful, I took part in Youth China Now event. I spent the whole afternoon of Wednesday teaching non-Chinese people to do traditional Chinese painting. That was really fun. I enjoyed doing that so much, as I would always like to be a mediator to pass Chinese culture to other cultures.

It has been too far away from my entry title, however, I just took a walk with my boyfriend on campus. I felt so relaxed and happy, when I get in touch with the nature. I suggest everyone that if you have time, do not just sit in front of the TV or computer, come out to the nature. Looking at those ducks and birds, they are so happy and enjoying. Even the trees, when you look at them, they are communicating with you. That is the harmony of all lives, which can help you forget everything that make you unhappy.

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  1. Yangyu Xiao

    Hi, Shuang, nice to see you come back again. Actually I have learnt the traditional Chinese painting for several years when I was a child. Though haven’t carried on it for maybe 10 years, I am still interested in it. Hopefully I could still know all the skills and know how to paint them once I had chances.

    10 May 2008, 01:36

  2. Thank you for your comment, shirley. I’m sure you won’t forget Chinese Painting. And I think it is life long time hobby, and it is really fun.

    10 May 2008, 12:31

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