我的舅公有拉. 可能一位大和尚也有. 其他的就真想不到了
This professor is more of an advisor to students who are from UofI and are studying abroad in Vienna.
I talked to him today in regards to my academic performance, and many interesting topics were brought up.
It seems the number of readers have dropped by many since I moved. That's perhaps a good thing because it filters out many readers that normally I wouldn't bother interacting with. But then I think about not building up a tall wall for others, and thus this time I keep the barrier to the minimum as well.
I have been thinking about keeping in touch with old friends/and new friends...and blogs do come into minds, especially for old friends...when you stop sharing life or experience, sometimes the spark ceases. Although I know that it may be very possible that it could be reignited once again when the roads cross each other, I would still like to make continuous effort to connect my life to friends.
I really think it's one of the coolest city I have been to! I didn't appreciate the beauty of architect in Chicago much, yet the day when I was walking on my way to Michigan Ave. to get my passport, I found many style pretty and intriguing, in different ways! Bringing a light little suitcase which is too short for me to wheel was still very muscel-killing. Took me about 45 minutes to get to the Austria Embassy, then the gentle man who I had dealt with in June told me both a good news and a bad news- the VISA is issued, and the passport is shipped back last Thursday, so it's not here anymore!
Then I contacted Yin-Chi and she and her brother helped me get the passport, so that I can actually fly out of the country! Big thanks to them!!
I might exaggerate a bit there, but in comparison to what I have done in the previous week, I felt that I have done a lot recently.
What I have done previously was just reading casually at home, helping out my parents a bit in the market, and just using my laptop and try to break it down...