I just succeeded to come back here finally…you know what, it’s not an easy thing to log on this website if you were in China mainland…It’s gross, I know…an idea hit my mind that maybe it’s not a good thing that I’m of infidelity several months ago…I started to try to have one, whatever, Let’s begin with Christian…I started reading the bible…it took me a few days…But…It’s great… the bible is great…I’m totally into it…and now, I’m pretty sure that I do believe in it…Jesus Christ is the only GOD in the world…and whatever you do, whoever you are, you’ll be judged by him finally for sure…sooner or later…no exception…
I spent my honeymoon in travelling in OKINAWA that is gorgeous. Fresh and unpolluted air, clean and sweet water, tasty and nutrient food, almost no rubbish or dust on the street. God, it’s kinda like the Heaven. I wouldn’t absolutely come back if I could.
What is the weapon of our Chinese people?
Money, money for buying the American goods.
Ps: A weapon is a tool used with the aim of causing damage or harm (either physical or mental) to living beings. In human society weapons are used to increase the efficacy and efficiency of tasks such as hunting, fighting, the committing of criminal acts, the preserving of law and order, and the waging of war.
What’s the “disaster” in your life? Have you got many disasters? I have. The disaster I gotta say above all is working in a taiwanese company. I’ve ever worked in two taiwanese companies for about one year and a half, which I’m gonna never forget. I experienced a lot there. Bad company culture, unreasonable leaders, boring working and dinner environment, etc. Fortunately, I am working in an American company right now, and I swear I am gonna work here for the rest of my life if not fired. lol~~~
I met an old high-school classmate Ricky on MSN who immigrated to Canada successfully and chatted a little bit. Something was told to me that the commodity price in China is higher than that in Canada now. It’s incredible! Oh, my God, I nearly lost the will to live when I heard that. You know what, the average wage of chinese people is sorta one-twentieth of that of canadians. In other words, chinese people get paid much less money from the same job and pay more money for the same goods, in comparison to canadians. There’s no wonder that lots of chinese, just like me, wanna pray not living in China in the next life.
Net migration rates for 2008: positive (blue), negative (orange), stable (green), and no data (grey).
I’ve got a new job in Sensata. I love it. It’s fabulous. I am so honored to be part of Sensata.
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