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Home Is Where Your Heart Is

Popularity 4Viewed 894 times 2017-5-17 09:22 |System category:Life

Family does not necessarily consist of biological parents, brothers and sisters. Family is a sense of belonging, and sometimes, life throws a friend who becomes more than a true parent, brother or sister. Family is a strong sense of belonging; family is a heart that is destined to exist with your heart. A heart that is created to be seen with your heart. Hearts that complete each other.

-          Without me , you can't live

-          Without you , I am lost and I can't exist

Life is composed of beautiful memoires and joyful moments, and home is built out of those unforgettable pictures that you have taken together. It's true that my place of birth is thousands of miles away from China, but my actual home is with me every day.     

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Reply Report stander3068 2017-5-19 09:57
yes, very amazing. I went there once with my wife. but I did not wear their costume while my wife did.

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  • Wearing Split Pants! 2017-5-30 20:58

    seneca: That may be so but that was not what I was talking about.
    Private, or it's nearest equivalent is Yinsi or privacy. For time alone it's Sirenkongjian (be alone in private), however the concept of privacy in latrines has as far as I am aware never existed in public lavatories, in the same way it didn't exist in European toilets (multiple "holers" until a couple of centuries ago.

  • Wearing Split Pants! 2017-5-30 10:24

    cmknight: I was surprised when I first time saw kids in public in china wearing open-crotch trousers and their lovely butts. ""

    Wait ... What??? Did  ...
    I'm pretty sure it's just a difference in culture. I don't think he meant it that way.

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