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.
A friend told me he has run across many “old” young men these days. They don’t have anything meaningful to do or any place special to go. They have no purpose, no hope, and no dreams. They get stuck in life going nowhere. They are young in age but old in mind and heart. I told my friend I have seen the opposite. I know some people who are advanced in age but young in their ambition, thinking and spirit. I think it is more fun to be with young old men than old young men.
2018/09/04 (星期二) 9:09
Annie teaches Edward how to use shoulder in day-to-day phrases in Chinese. Annie mentions her memory of reading “Julius Caesar” by Shakespeare when she was in school. They also discuss various terms that can be used in different scenarios involving friendship.
2018/08/17 (星期五) 10:05