Edward is usually too busy to shop for fresh products in grocery stores, so he eats junk food a lot. He likes the greasy food at the night market, but he wants to change his eating habits and start eating healthier.
You are what you eat.
Wake up and smell the coffee.
This isn’t my cup of tea.
This is definitely my cup of tea.
Food for thought.
You should stop and smell the flowers.
Annie and Ethan discuss different terms in Chinese and English for our daily three meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They also discuss a few other Chinese terms that sound the same but mean different things. There are several cultural references hidden in these terms.
2018/07/20 (星期五) 10:22
One night we took 4 homeless people from the street. One of them was in critical condition. I knew I probably could not save her life but I still took care of her with what my love for life can do. I put her in bed and there was such a beautiful smile on her face. She took my hand as she said her last words, “Thank you.”
2018/11/15 (星期四) 00:10:03