Jul 17, 2022
In General Discussions
After all, it's not an exchange gift from my student days... How about you? Have you ever had a particularly memorable gift-receipt or gift-giving experience? Zhu: The gifts that I am most impressed with are almost always after getting to know my wife. She is a person who attaches great importance to gift-giving, even close people are no exception, not sloppy. Makes me start getting serious. Of course, the impression from the first date seems to have stayed there. She gave me pens, notebooks, and hand-washing pots, each of which expresses her intentions very clearly. Only once was more treacherous, and sent her Taiwanese dog to France as my birthday present that year. But it's true that the dog that was sent to France (and later followed us back to Taiwan) Photo Manipulation Services was the best gift in my life. Xuan: It is too enviable and melancholy! When I think of being loved like this in my spare time, it is simply to accept a gift of the level that the satellite surrounds! I really want to be able to witness an astral moving level talk, a silent love talk, just thinking about this makes my life full. Zhu: The surprise is not in the object itself, but in the design of this series and the intention behind it. Think about it this way, indeed, gifts are not mere objects. It is always symbolic. Even if it is very practical, such as sending coffee beans, it is also a kind of considerate consideration. After all, some people will worry about our calorie explosion, which is also very happy. Having said that, as a teacher, do you receive gifts from students or parents during the holidays? Xuan: Well, I have never received gifts from parents or students during Chinese New Year's holidays... but every time I change jobs, students and colleagues are busy surprising me. There was a class of very cute high school girls who learned that I couldn't continue teaching their class, so they put a small card on the desk of the last Chinese class. There was only one line on the card. It was still a small card.