Wednesday, December 26, 2012


People change.
You may come to a point where life is so very different from the one you are accustomed with.
No matter how big or small the changes may be, do take some time to cherish the old days.
It might be as simple as calling your parents/grandparents or writing your name in your native language.
Our identity, our root is the one that made us us.
Without them, we are sailors on nameless boats, bees with no proper home to go to.
Be proud of what you are or where you came from.

Lemme share a story with you.
Jeanie (not real name) was once a normal Chinese girl, she went to a normal Chinese school and was brought up in a very typical Chinese environment. She was showered in the Chinese culture 247, and she accepted the fact that she was one. However, with the advancement in technology, she was exposed to other cultures such as the Western, the Japanese, and lately, the Korean. She went after each and every of them as she changed herself to match herself to different cultures. Cloths, language lessons, behavior and beliefs; one after another, the changes in her made her hollow inside. She became one without root, where she frown upon her parents who are "out of date" and "very old fashioned". She hang out with friends who admire her and accepted her as the cool people. She skipped praying sessions and worshiping ancestors to go for parties and entertainment centers. She was happy with her life...

Even though the story above is imaginary, but I believe some of you might relate to it one way or another. We are not to judge others for what they did, but to improve ourselves if we see fault in others.

Smile and cherish life.

Signing off

Sunday, December 9, 2012

Christmas, on the way!

Do you still believe in Santa? 
It seems matured to not believe. 
But yea, I still do. 
Not the fat guy in red who jumps into chimneys to deliver gifts, 
but the ones in our hearts which warms us when we are cold, 
to give us the courage to say "what the heck, I'll just do it", 
and the one who told us to love life, your family and friends. 
Merry early Christmas and I can't wait till New Year's here!!



And Poof!

Que song "Jingle Bells"
Que song "White Christmas"
Que song "All I want for Christmas is you"


Signing Off

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Cake me

Yea, it's not the first time I bake. But this is the first time I tried my granny's recipe.
So, I guess this is a failed attempt of the egg cake 鸡蛋糕~ 

So, anyone wants a bite? X)
Sorry I haven't been updating my blog for quite some time. 
Yea, asses flying everywhere. 
But, I'm gonna post on some of the interesting places I've been to this past few weeks. 
Hopefully short story even?