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### The days after

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3 Nov: A very explosive start to my last day in office. I could no long contain my temper (and I made no attempt to).

4 Nov: Watched some TV after a long sleep. Can't feel any better.

5 Nov: Collect cheque and a so-called reference letter. Rubbish! Then had lunch with Dad. Went for a walk in Causeway Bay because I want to see if there was anything I wanted to buy in Commercial Press. Most books were 15% off. Kind of struggled wether to buy a thick Japanese-chinese dictionary or not. Finally gave up this plan as I already got a small one and I think I can wait until next sale. And I bought 2 maps and 2 books.

6 Nov: Retreat. Once again remind me of things I have almost forgotten.

8 Nov: Sleep. Revision. Internet. Lesson.

9 Nov: Sleep. TV. Revision. Internet. Library. Nice egg tart.

I can still feel the anger inside me. I've been trying to remove it or forget it but I just can't.

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### Wallace and Gromit - The Curse of the Were-rabbit

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### Birthday

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Thank you my dear brothers and sisters, you are so so sweet!
Love you all!!! It was such a lovely night.
Thanks for being so nice to me over the years.

Thank you

We had a lovely dinner at a Shanghai restaurant, and everyone who promised to come had turned up. Loads of laughter and good food.

Then we went to Matthew's new flat, cool kitchen, man!
We had a beautiful birthday cake (ice-cream cake) and I got presents from Helen and you guys.

Not to mention our stupid photos

### Chung Yeung Festival (part 2)

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You could be hurting insects when you are 7 years old, you could be hurting small animals when you are 10, you could be killing them when you turn 14, you could be a serial killer when you are 30. (Of course this is rare..... but it is true that serial killers usually start with animals and turn to human when animals can no longer satisfy them)

What I want to say is, she need to know that she is not superior to anyone. She is not the center of the universe. No one should hurt little insects or animals without a legitimate reason. It is SHE who is intruding the ants' habitat!

Not to mention how rude she was when she snatched my fan, and not respecting others' belongings when my fan was returned dismantled and dirty using a pencil.

I knew her parents always try to teach her and correct her but she simply does not listen...

### Chung Yeung Festival (part 1)

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Spent most of the day walking up and down the hills (note the 's' after the word 'hill')

I have a little cousin who is just 7 years old, quite a beautiful girl, however infamous among my relatives. I seldom think naughty is a problem, as long as she listens to people and be polite. Children should be more cheeful, shouldn't they?

So I tried to be patient and took care of her while we were walking up the hill to pay respect to our great-grandfather. But when she started to hurt and step on the ants, and did not stop doing so when I asked her not to, I became angry. I tried to tell her that the ants are just doing their job and they had nothing to do with her, and she should not hurt these little insects. She just ignored me and continue with her violent act! Then things turned physical. She spotted an ant and was going to step on it, I stood right in front of her blocking her way. She pushed and stretched her foot trying to reach the ant and I tried to push her back. I guess I was so pissed at that time that I had lost my mind, I almost fought with a 7-year-old-girl.

Luckily this 'ant-incident' finally came to an end when we were moving to another location. Good for the ants!

Afterwards she told me someone knocked her down at school and she hurt her knee. I saw a chance to explain my 'theories on living organisms' =_=b I asked her, "Does it hurt when you are injured?" of course she answer was positive. Then I asked her, "If the doggy (a big black dog we played with) is injured, do you think it hurts?" She said, "Probably." Finally I asked, "What about the ants? If you hurts, the doggy hurts, why not the ants? You even killed them!"

She did not reply. I knew it did not mean that she understood or agreed, it was her usual response when she could not find anything to say against others.

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