Happy Birthday To Me

Happy birthday to me. It is my 28th birthday. Mean time, happy birthday to my friends who enjoy the birthday these two days: Dengjia (tomorrow), Joanna (yesterday), and burcu from Turkey…

Night.

At McDonald of Hongqiao Airport. Wendy is flying back from Beijing tonight, but the flight was delayed till 21:55. No surprise at all. The flights are always like this. It is the right time to sit down to look back to what happened in my life in the last year.

Thanks for the wonderful greetings from my friends around me. I love the photo album yiyi and the team created so much, as well as the flowers and the cards. Henry and Run even changed their display name to “Happy Birthday to Jian Shuo”. Thank you very much. Mr. Xu, the life ensurance broker also dropped a SMS message to me. He has kept sending us flowers, SMS, greeting cards on all our birthdays, wedding anniversaries and other important days of Wendy and me. I am very moved by his professionalism and care. Thanks everyone. I’d love to thank RC as a good friend and as a mentor. What I have learnt in the last two days is a great gift for my birthday – I love to grow up as fast as I can. My expectation is my experience grows faster than my age…

Here is a list of events that happened from my last birthday in 2004.

October 2005

September 2005

August 2005

July 2005

June 2005

May 2005

April 2005

March 2005

February 2005

January 2005

December 2004

November 2004

October 2004

There are much more in the previous two years after my birthday in 2003 and 2002

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Birthday cake this year

28 thoughts on “Happy Birthday To Me

  1. Oncerest

    Happy B-day! I am suprised to see your cake is made by BreadTalk. It is a singapore chain store, now in Shanghai also?

  2. PC

    Happy Birthday Jian Shuo. God you are only 28? I thought you are in your 30s.

    Wishing you best of success and happiness.

  3. carsten

    Happy birthday to you ! I hope you will get many more prosperous and happy years with Wendy; hopefully you can become 3 in the family soon :-)

  4. Jian Shuo Wang

    Thanks, Ollie, aline, RC, Richard, agoogle, Harlemgong, flyisland, Hu’nan, Oncerest, Jack, shirley, PC, Maxview, carsten, bigbro, xiaoliShiye…

    Oncerest, breaktalk is very popular in Shanghai already. At least I know they have Raffles City store and Metro City store.

  5. Joan Stark

    Dear Mr. Wangjianshuo,

    I have really enjoyed reading several articles on your blog site. We will be coming to China for a short visit sometime later this year. Beiging, Xi’an and Shanghi, the typical tourist stops for a first time visit. From the Egyptian Pyramids to the Great Wall, now that’s quite a trip! After thirty countries visited, you could say it’s in our blood!

    Thank you for the information you have made available to us all.

    We appreciate your insight.

  6. Jian Shuo Wang

    It is so nice for you that you visited so many cities and countries. Beijing, Shanghai, and Xi’an are very typical Chinese cities, with different flavors. Good Luck!

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