HAPPY CHAP GOH MEI, 元宵节快乐 HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY, 情人节快乐 , This day is known as ‘Yuen Xiao”- Chinese Valentine’s Days. (is happen once in 19 years). In the past it has been traditional for single women to toss oranges with descriptions of their desired partner written onto them into the river to seek a husband. However in today’s modern practice, men are also known to practise this in order to find a suitable wife. Candles are lit in a paper lantern and hung up on the outside of the home and “Tong Yuen” is often eaten as dessert on the final celebration dinner of the New Year. In areas where a river is not available, sky lanterns filled with written wishes are set free to soar into the heavens in search of potential mates.
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i just have to have time to think about what it is that you like about myself. kinda hard tho, you see its not really easy to find goodness in your self if in so many times you feel like you are not that good enough. its like everytime you type in that things, you start doubting, and you start asking yourself like, am i really like that? really? yeah, i must admit, im not really convince in some part of my list...yeah im one of those people who have this self steem problem, but then, you know..this is me..if i dont like me, who else will do? those list are true for me, some is not yet that true, but thats how i see myself now or in the future. and i love it:) lessons and tips: be true to yourself...i mean, its you..and you dont have really to publish it to everyone for them to see. nobody can judge you...love yourself, com'on write it, tell yourself how much you appreciate it. of how much you value the good things about yourself...no judgments..just write what comes on your mind when you think the words "what i like about myself is..." what ive learn about this goal: to be real about myself, be appreciative..be loving to myself. be ME. View all posts by daPhNe