Hakka people serve guests Lei-Cha as a beverage and (also as) a dessert. The most important ingredients of Lei-Cha were rice, tea, and ginger. They were ground into powder and mixed with hot water. Lei-Cha was meant to taste a bit salty but nowadays more people enjoy sweet Lei-Cha. You may find more ingredients in Lei-cha, which include peanuts, red beans, sesame, lotus seeds, pumpkin seeds, and other grains. Lei-Cha is meant to derive pleasure through a do-it-yourself experience. Find a weekend. Come with your friends and family. Have fun making your own Lei-Cha.
Diana is excited about landing her first job at a major law firm. She has been to at least half a dozen interviews over the past couple of weeks. She is a lawyer. She graduated from law school about six months ago and she is really eager to start working off the debt that she accumulated paying for her education. She needs to pack up all her things and move to Chicago over the weekend. She is starting her life as a career woman.
2018/09/03 (星期一) 00:10:03
Many people fail to realize that we all live today for the “we” of tomorrow. They don’t do their best to train their minds and bodies. It is an inevitable fact that our future depends heavily on the present. We have to build our foundation today in preparation for our success tomorrow.
2018/05/15 (星期二) 00:09:27