I am not sure when I should post this entry, on December 24, the Christmas eve or December 25, the Christmas day. Anyway, I cannot hold to tomorrow so I’d like to post my greetings today. Merry Christmas everyone!
Photographer: Wendy Fan. Send this picture as your greeting card to your friends.
This is Christmas card that I am uisng for this year. Many people asked me about this picture. As some may know, the picture is taken by Wendy in Munich. I believe the shining toys in the shop perfectly reflect my mood at the holiday. Best wishes to my family, my friends, my workmates, my old classmates and of cause, my readers.
At the Christmas of last year, I posted my seasonal greetings to my friends here. This year, the list is much longer. Here it goes.
I’d like to send my greetings to all my friends this year:
To my family memebers: to my parents and my brothers and sisters and sisters-in-laws and brothers-in-laws. Many of them in Luoyang, Fuzhou, Portland, Cleveland, Torronto, Tongchuan…
To the younger generations of the family: Ting, Yue, Hong, Yuan, Anna and Beibei.
To the people I know at work: Steven, Eric, Linda, Yayi, Kenny, Grace, Wendy, Eddy, Eddie, Run, XGAO, yq… (don’t let me list the whole address book)
To my classmates: Ruifeng, Xiaogong, Jia, Tao, Peng, Yu, Jie..
To my best friends growing up together: Xiangfeng, Lijie, Chen, Jinping…
To my friends online: cuanyu, christina,
To my knowledgable friends: Yizhong, Hao, Isaac,…..
To my friends met in Daocheng: caca, jingbo, laobing, yanlin, yehong…..
To my teachers and mentors: Tao, Mr. Kang, Prof. Ju,
To everyone I have every met but don’t know too much: Haoyuan, Qi….
To Flora, who really needs greetings and encouragement.
To all the readers of this blog: Carroll, Ginn, Xu, David, WilliamW, tutu…
To my Hong-Wei who is so important on my way to grow up.
Merry Chrismas to you all!
Unlike people in western countries, Christmas is not an official holiday in China. I still work full day today and tomorrow. However, Christmas has become an important holiday among young generations in Shanghai. The Christmas Trees and the gift exchange become the fashion.
I went to the Shanghai Film Art Center for the two new movie: Feng Xiao Gang’s Cell Phone and Taiwan’s Metro (or Sounds of Colors in English). Both are very good movies and I will recommend them to my friends.