Make a Wish…with a Yellow Ribbon

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I think every one knows what  happened recently in Hong Kong.  I have written about my trip to HK, and before that, I’ve been learning Cantonese from songs and movies for many years.  It’s a nice city, very different from Taipei. In the evening, the view around Victoria Harbor is stunning . Many singers or actors I like come from that place. So, of course I am concerned about what happened there, but I do have a mixed feeling about it. I don’t have enough time to understand the whole thing, so it’s hard for me to make a comment. On the other hand, just like one of my favorite singer was not born in Hong Kong, I am also concerned about those who come from Mainland and are staying in HK. It must be embarrassing and awkward for them at this moment.

What I can say now for sure is that I support people’s right to express themselves. And a government should listen to their citizens.  At this moment, I don’t want to see any bloodshed or violence taking place during the protest.

I’ve heard that the yellow ribbon on the tree means a wish for people returning home safely. This is also what I hope.  I hope everyone can come home safely.





Living at the corner of the (Third) world, the blogger herself is still in the middle of experiencing the wonder (or shock) of life. 太平洋的小島上的一位無名人氏。至今仍然在體驗生命中的各樣驚奇(或驚嚇)。


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