The End of Summer 夏日之末

如今那夏天的尾巴,即将消失无踪。而回乡的那一夜,却仿佛只是昨天。

翅膀硬了的小鸟,始终还是要飞。澎湃的不舍,化作心底一角的思念。

为了明天,我愿无悔。

This is the last day in my hometown. The end of the summer holiday marks the beginning of a new journey, another year of hardwork and challenges in a foreign land. I’ll always remember, at the other side of the Earth, there’s a home waiting for me.

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Port Dickson 波德申

风筝飞扬,是心有牵挂,还是自由飞翔?

又回到了儿时曾经来到的波德申。

We were back to Port Dickson, where I visited as a child.

We stayed at a beautiful resort, where some of the units were built on the waters – a rare scene for people growing up in cities.

纵然不是最干净漂亮的海滩,但是对只想一家人好好休息相聚的我们来说,却已足够。

Although far from being the cleanest or most beautiful beach, it was enough for us who just wanted a good family time together.

兄弟

嬉戏

那天恰好是Malaysia Day 16/9

望海

也许停下脚步,就这样静静的望着海,也未尝不是一种享受。

Perhaps it’s a relaxation for the mind to slow down the pace in life and just sit down and quietly admire the sea.

昨夜之后

在沙滩上,留下短暂的,浅浅的脚印。

Weekly Photo Challenge: Everyday Life – Food of the Mind

Newspapers, especially the Chinese (my mother tongue) papers, has been part of my everyday life since young. I remember I was 9 years old when I first picked up a newspapers entertainment edition and started reading, and the window of my mind started to grow bigger, and even more so as I soon extended my reading material to other editions. Everyday after school and lunch, I sat down and read the papers before I did anything else. During weekends, reading the papers was the must-do after breakfast. The habit of reading newspapers everyday has followed me ever since. Printed Chinese newspapers would always meant to be part of everyday life for me.