Just finished a conference from China and could not help but think … the future leaders are there. Those young conference goers were so bright, so upbeat and so eager to learn new things. Two interesting observations:
- Their English are hard to understand because of the heavy accents and strange pronounciation – it means they have little exposure of English language in TV, radio and movies.
- On the other hand, their English grammer and sentence structure are perfect – it means they read / study a lot of English books to sharpen their language skill.
Why we have to build tall buildings, huge squares, gigantic monuments just to show how great we are ? Why not we just leave the nature as is, or plant a few trees, to show how humbled we are ?
Like what I found, again, in Hampton Court, UK …
Never find a better way to kill time and sharpen your mind at the same time, except reading. So two problems pop up – where to find good books and where to read good books ?
I found one solution for the second problem though … in Hampton Court, UK.
Why the world has to be so colorful ? And how can you capture the Black & White world around you ?
With a special camera ?