Wednesday, 28 December 2011
Sunday, 18 December 2011
Tuesday, 13 December 2011
|Dropping by the summit overlooking the scenic ocean on our way for a swim to the Pacific Ocean last year at Kenting, Taiwan.|
|Daughter and Daddy bonded well that day! And the view is simply spectacular! White clouds in a clear sky and blue water with white sand.|
|"Wo Ai Taiwan". I love Taiwan. (Sitting by this rock by the way was so scary, by the cliff and we need to be extra careful).|
Saturday, 10 December 2011
On our trip to Lugang (one of the oldest town in Taiwan) with other foreign students last summer vacation, we were encouraged to paint a Chinese opera face mask. Not able to experience this before, I took the opportunity to try one.
Painting was really fun! Hmmm, I should do this often. And that day was indeed fun!
|I was kinda late to join since I waited for my kids to finish eating. (Me, @right)|
|Having fun painting :)|
|Tried to imitate the template lol. But I'm still terrible haha.|
|With limited time, this was my final product (on top of Aron's head). Finishing touches (green at the sides) not properly done. Aron was busy chatting with another student hehe.|
|Our sleeping Aron with the mask on lol.|
|My kids with our trip organizer!|
Friday, 9 December 2011
It amazed me, light pink is so popular for most of the condominium buildings here in Taiwan, at least in Taichung City. This pinkish 24-story building is where we lived for most of our stay in this country. It's only a 5-minute walk from our university.
|We lived on the 17th floor.|
|The main entrance with a 24-hour on duty guard. So safe.|
|And it's so convenient, we are surrounded by 24-hr Family Mart (like 7-11s), laundry machines, hair spa, brunch places, where most of them literally just attached to our building.|
|Our pinkish neighboring buildings, just across the street.|
I will definitely miss this place and the safety and convenience it offers.
Saturday, 3 December 2011
For Mother's Day celebration last year, my daughter made me a cake out of clay. She did it at her school so as to surprise me. Their class teacher taught them how to make one. So sweet!
So colorful and looked so delicious! When I told my daughter I would eat it, she was laughing so hard and explained to me that it was made of clay lol. Then she revealed the inside (when the top cake was removed) full of sweets and candies. I was so touched with such sweet gesture. Indeed my daughter knows how to tickle her mom. That was the perfect gift I received that special day.
|Behold the beautiful clay cake!|
|My baby's cake for me.|