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Can't we try?

20年前的老歌,很美的一首曲子,由Celine Dion 與原唱Dan Hill 現場演唱來,更加有感情,很美的音樂,請慢慢欣賞。下載自 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtwAnlhf7T0 Can't we try? 不只用在情人之間,是不是自己面對自己時,當有太多懷疑、不信任時,其實這些擔心、害怕可能不是真的,何嘗不再試試? 每個人都是獨特的,做最棒的自己! ...
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國際友人到我家8/12

歡迎國際友人愛平來臺灣8/12-文玲 全家人都非常期待與歡迎愛平的到來,每天清晨6點在大安森林公園祖孫一起練氣功,希望愛平也可以加入,台東布農部落是值得推薦的地方,結合太魯閣一日遊行程,讓他能驚豔東臺灣的美。附近的二重疏洪道單車20公里步道,更是全家運動聯絡感情的好方法,藉著國際友人到來,全家有一段放下個人事情,共同相聚出遊的機會,又是另一種收穫。真棒! D-1 to Taiwan!-愛平 Still one day to go before I finally leave for the long Taiwanese trip I have been waiting for months already. It has been more than a year now that I haven’t gone to Asia, and my dream about going back to Taiwan (the former-Formosa... enjoy the tongue twister) finally came to be true last May. I happened to be selected, along with 249 other lucky kids from around the world, to celebrate the centennial birthday of the Republic of China. The idea of this trip is therefore to discover more about the local Taiwanese Culture, its history, its “Fengshui” and natural treasures (such as its natural parks which are supposed to be breath-taking). I wish to bring you along with me as much as I can in this two-week trip around Taiwan. I feel this is going to be a legendary journey, full of memories and fantastic encounters, and although I still do not know how I am going to travel (alone, with a member of my host family or with a few other guys from the same program), I just know that I am not going to remain inactive in the weeks to come. To the difference of the trip I have just ended across Europe and the Balkans, I will travel across Taiwan with my computer, so that there can be daily writings about anything. Pictures and videos will come as well don't worry :). Here is an list of things I am meaning to explore during my time there: The Taipei National Palace Museum (for its historical art pieces and its current antique Huang Gongwang’s scroll), the Keelung Ghost Festival, the Hualien Island and its Taroko Gorges, the hotsprings, the Sun Moon Lake, Kinmen island, Kenting, Taitung, and many others. I know that exploring the totality of the island in two week’s time is exquisitely ambitious, but we will see how life takes us there. What I learnt from my previous one-month European backpacking trip was that whatever was already planned, things always come in a way we couldn't predict.. Day 1 - arrival and family integration And the routine is on again! With the ways leading to the exit becoming brighter with light, bearing noxious far-away shouts and seeing people dynamically waving their cartons posts at me (as if their hands’ increase of pace and height were magically going to turn me into Mr. Chung Wat Ka from the “Friendly Association of East-Asian Potteries”… or something of that sort), I was again finding myself heading towards the final beginning of a long journey. Signs were posted all the way through the arrival corridors, showing that the SayTaiwan trip (the invitation of 250 people from around the globe) was progressively leaving its status of illusionary profile to the material representation of a lucky dream. But before, let us rewind… (Counting the jet-lag off) precisely 24 hours before! Waking up in my room in Paris at 7AM in the morning, I stood up and stared at my watch, just to be sure that I had not overslept and that I was still on time to getting on my plane. I’m always like that, or so is my watch anchored inside my brain. I had enough time to close my luggage, double check that I didn’t forget anything, take a last shower and even send two application letters for internship. Twenty years, people would have called me Robocop. But anyhow (fast-forward): subway, terminal 2E, luggage, customs, boarding gate, seat, seat-belt and blanket on. After 12 hours spent in the plane, we reach Hong Kong, the pearl city of China. And I felt bad just remaining in the same terminal instead of crossing the customs in order to find again my Bus 42 and my marvellous birth-city. But knowing that it would finally arrive two afterwards, I felt I just had to keep my patience in my pockets for now. Goods things always come to those who know how to wait, and Central, Causeway Bay, Saikung and TST will definitely be part of them. On the meantime, I start to meet a few lads at the HK airport and which ironically were in the same plane from Paris (small world eh?). Three Frenchies, one Italian, an Irish, a Columbian and an Israeli. Most of them were so stay in another city further in the center and south of Taiwan, but it was still nice to talk about one-another’s plans. The arrival in Taipei nonetheless was triumphant. As I said, at 1PM (Taiwan time) we finally get out of the airport with all luggages and tiredness accumulated on our shoulders. One we finally see a person with a “Say Taiwan” post waving a hand at us, half a dozen photographs, and the worst in not even there immediately assault us. After waiting that everyone was there, we finally meet Alice: the communication manager in charge of transmitting messages to us and of dealing with every single little person’s queries, which for sure must have cost her at least several tablets of aspirin. What was astonishing about here is that she could tell who you were although she never met you before in person! Now that was some badass move! “Hi Jeremie! I’ve seen your face so many times, and it’s nice to finally meet you in person! How was your trip?” (“Damn she’s good... Amongst 250 participants, either I was the one who made a very special impression or she really should go and count cards in Casinos for a living”). The additional irony in the story was that she actually knew well my classmate Karim (fyi. also selected for the programme), who was to arrive later in the evening directly from Peru and through Frankfurt… bless the child. Hence: you had two people who barely met and who were talking about a common friend. “Extraordinary”*. Then leading to the best place: we switch terminals. After 10 min of additional walking efforts through endless corridors, we arrive at another gleaming area, where more than ten paparazzi and a full show of guys in traditional Taiwanese opera disguises were there to assault us with shows, flashlights like you haven’t seen since the last Star Wars, and people asking you to sign documents in the course of the action (disappointment, no autographs whatsoever.. Later maybe). In a small street and at a darker part of the day, I think I would have ran away, leaving all my belongings behind and crying for my life, so much I was unprepared for all of this. To finish with the Taiwanese efficiency, part of the Lü family was there to fetch me, alerted about the precise timing at which they were supposed to be there. It is a family of five (shocking when you’re used to Chinese system of the “Little Emperor”) and they are all really sweet. So we have: Ms. Wenling, Mr. Zhizhong, and their three sons (!!! The Chinese would call it a blessing) Zhiyuan (the 24 year-old elder), Xianghan (the 22 year-old second) Bingsheng (the 14 year-old junior). By the way, I haven’t met this last fellow before 10PM when we came back from a walk in the Linfen nightmarket, until he came back from his summer school! Though we haven’t been able to exchange a lot, I had to understand that in the past few weeks he had been leaving for school every morning at 7:30AM and had classes until approx 9PM with tiny breaks here and there. Actually this said, I can understand why the little guy was not that talkative: sleeping and managing himself was probably something better to do than just to remain up late (like I’m doing right now, ignoring the necessity of getting some sleep back against the jetlag). This one case (of many other shocks that I’ve had today) proves that I’ve been away too long from this continent. Of course, I knew perfectly about the huge burdens cast on the children’s shoulders during their youth. But seeing it from this close made it all the more present in my perception of the ambitious and sacrificing Asia that is progressively getting ready for it’s glorious future.. Aside from this, my family is adorable. Sure they looked a bit grumpy at first, but they are welcoming me in the best conditions they can, especially by leaving me a room for myself: which is really luxury when six people are living together under the same roof. I told them how this was unnecessary and that we could definitely be several to sleep on the same tatami (yes, you CAN feel Japanese heritage in Taiwan!). They answered that we would discuss the matter tomorrow. I’ll surely maintain that I don’t want to bother them that much. Further notice of their close attention to my venue, their willingness to make the most of my trip. I had recently merged my own personal schedule with the one a group of other SayTaiwan participants (from Puerto Rico, Australia, Morocco etc.), but I was shocked to learn that my “host parents” had already bought for me return tickets to Hualien, along with the maxi-best-off tour guide to accompany it. So generous and hospitable, I was really confused Ah well! This is just the confirmation of my prior note’s message: “never plan too much, they change the minute you’re about to apply them”. Hence, new plans to orchestrate! On that note, I’m gonna shut this devilish machine off and try to get some sleep from what the bloody jetlag stole from me on this Eurasian journey. 建國百年接待家庭-知遠 知道這件事的時候是在100年的3月多吧,我爸告知我有這個活動。很好,將在外君命有所不受;不想鳥他,走著瞧吧。反正應該又是件麻煩事。8/17的時候還有一個說明會在龍潭,忘記是什麼事情耽誤到我也沒有去。大概知道是一個法國人,會來台灣玩14天;而且好像都是國際菁英吧,1600個選250個。法國,算是一個高級的國家吧;跟其他南美、非洲其他國家比至少我還有聽過。想到法國就想到法國人的浪漫,不過我是男的應該跟我也沒關係。8/12確定要來了,開始跟同學炫耀有法國人要住我家,也順便告訴自己他要來了。 經過我媽和他通信以後,知道他會講中文、還會看簡體字;真是一大項利多。不用太煩惱英文他到底喜不喜歡,和我的破英文能不能溝通。中文名叫愛平,男生的名子取這樣好像蠻特別的。22歲,比我小兩歲;希望到時候能壓得住他,不要被牽著鼻子走。 歡迎國際友人愛平來臺灣8/12 難得跑到松山機場去接機,十二點多就到了等了快一小時。有看到一個很白很帥的外國人在講話,好像是帆船奧林匹亞的冠軍吧。有點想去找他講話又覺得英文不好。旁邊有個180幾公分的外國人,蠻像我們家愛平的,因為網路上有他的照片我們有看過。我們就去找他問,一開始還很生疏,感覺他挺客氣的;不過一直在跟別的國際友人聊天。臨走之前他不忘去跟他剛剛認識的國際友人說掰掰,看來他是一個很喜歡和人相處的人。回家最重要的就是討論他的行程,我們把之前規畫的大概跟他講,大約就是在臺北附近很多好吃好玩的;他卻給我們一個震撼彈:他想要環島,而且已經有找好很多人要一起了!所以他的行程還不能確定,還要跟其他國際友人一起討論。在弄電腦的時候國外的插頭長的真奇怪,應該是220V的。我爸借了他一個變壓器,結果後來過熱就燙到他的手了。有一點小小的燙傷,他一直說對不起;真是太酷了。應該是我爸給他的變壓器有點問題,他也沒有生氣。反而一直對不起自己受傷,是否太有禮貌?晚上吃了有名的阿六切仔麵,對於我們請他吃飯他感到有點不好意思,可能還不習慣我們的熱情跟文化吧。反正都是我爸付錢,也是辛苦我爸了。晚上去逛士林夜市,我昨天感冒發燒就在家休息了。...
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最近還好吧

拉拉拉

最近還好ㄇ
希望你一切都好
在懷生的馨儀送上溫暖的問候
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2007/10/10 下午 06:59:09


dominiquehcyn
哈囉 我是懷生的馨儀

嗨 琇惠
我是馨儀
最近好嗎

新學期的開始
加油喔
也可以再出來互吐苦水~~

2007/8/13 下午 02:22:03


dominiquehcyn
噗噗 自由再見?

妳的標題很搞笑耶
不過也是啦,外宿的生活(遙目)

今天聽到你身兼數職
真的有些給她小壓力說

不過OK低拉
我相信你一定可以低!(我對妳有信心!)
而且妳還有我阿
(ㄟ,明明自己也是新手,有我有用嗎?XD)

恩恩,更正
妳有我可以交流討論,噗噗(正解)

很開心
可以有一個學校、住家都這麼近的伙伴耶
請多指教嚕(握手)


加你好友嚕
有機會也來逛逛走走唄~~

剩下這不到一半的暑假要好好把握喔

我們一起來抓住青春的尾巴吧,哈哈



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