I went to a party today .
It's uncle Guo's birthday today.we five girls gather together to celebrate it .uncle Guo said it's the happiest birthday he'd ever have. He had drink a lot today. So did we . I drank a glass of wine at a go not because I am an.alcoholic or sometimg but that I am not quite adapted to the flavour . In China ,the tradition is that it is sophisticated to drink some every time the elder toast to you. After the dinner we sang at a family karaoke room,Yin is good at both sing and drink. Tomorrow all the girls is at work except me.....I am still a student and graduate this summer. But I really want to work , because it offers me salaries and makes me feel needed. As to my future job,what bothers me most now is not what job should I take but where should I work. My relatives insists that I should work in hometown so they can take care of me(and then they will set me up with a local guy , it's easy to deduct , what a typical Chinese youth's life.) God, I hate this. It's so boring and dull. I always want to see the world outside, and that's the major reason why I applied a further education in Beijing. While they try to keep me aside, I am try to leave far far away. It's sort of a balance of dreams and reality to me. What about you ,have you ever been in such a dilemma? BTW, I'll be honoured if you'd like to share your language learning with me, always glad to help you guys who likes Chinese . In the near future I will be online much. Contact me by email Jessica2012@QQ.com
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