I love campfire. It's when people gather and have fun together. Dancing around the campfire is really fun and relaxing. It's also warm to stand near the fire. I have had a lot of campfire dancing in my life, but I never get bored of it.
Like any body, I'm usually scared of being alone. However, the more I grow up the more I get used to it. Sometimes I even enjoy the time that I have with myself. It gives me chances to reflect and understand myself more. Now I do believe that even we are alone, we could create our own joy.
I visited Roppongi Hills last week. It was a really great place. The sky view was fantastic. It not only attracts tourists but also attracts a lot of Japanese. I also visited Mori Art Museum, one of the most famous museums in Tokyo.
I received a really interesting question from one of my members last week. She asked me that, "How to use the word 'like' like a native speaker?". Although English is not my first language, I do say 'like' a lot when I speak, but I didn't even notice it until she asked me. While the word 'like' does have several meanings that we could find in text books, English speakers usually use it multiple times in their sentences in order to explain or give more information about what is said before that....
I am a coffee lover. I enjoy making my own coffee everyday. I usually bring a bottle of coffee with me when I go out. It helps me save money and reduce waste. My favourite coffee is Vietnamese milk coffee.
I have a wall of art in my apartment. The frames are made from old delivery boxes and the pictures are drawn by me. Every picture has a significant meaning to my life. Although I haven't finished the wall yet, this is my favourite corner of the apartment. I tend to fill the blank frames in the future.
If you have ever been to Vietnam, you must already know that things in Vietnam are way cheaper than theirs in Japan. Watching a movie in the theater only costs you ¥600 for a 2D ticket, a M-sized popcorn and a L-sized drink. The best part of Vietnamese cinemas is their service. You could still experience a big screen with good sound and comfortable seats with such a cheap price. That is why I used to go to the cinema almost twice every month.
Which is the greatest moment of the day? To me, it is when I'm finally home after a long day outside. I could wear the pajama I like and lie on my lovely bed. I could watch a movie that I always want to watch or continue reading my book. "Home", the sweetest, greatest word in the world.