Time Flies

It has been almost a month since my last post Review of Feb and Preview of Mar. I have to admit that time flies or I have been too lazy to add a new post. March, as I have mentioned in the last post, is the beginning of my new job. It is still too early to tell if this job is the best choice, but so far, one thing is certain: it is a better choice compared with the job as an editor. Everything is hard in the beginning, so is the a new job. I find it a bit awkward moving into a brand new environment. Luckily, new colleagues are willing to help. This made me recall those days in the my former company: colleagues are busy with their own stuff, they do less talking. Sometime colleagues do the talking by chatting on line even if they sit side by side. Hard to believe. I got to be social, I have to communicate with clients, at least I will in the few months to come.  I have to participate in some fairs. These are great opportunities to get new clients and get to know new cities. But my new job is not all about the positive changes. The new company is located in an industrial park which implies a countryside with traffic inconvenience. So I cannot meet with my friends that frequently. Mentioning having fun with my friends, I do have some fun on 24th, Mar, a sunny Sunday. We were enjoying the beauty of oriental cherry along with other kinds of flower in Nanjing Forestry University. Here are the photos shot by my Canon SX240 HS!

Here are some more photos during the business trip in Shanghai.

It is 00:18 now.

Good night! China.

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5 thoughts on “Time Flies

  1. A beautiful post. The Cherry Blossoms are lovely. My son is learning Mandarin Chinese this year and will be taking it through out High School. He plays saxophone and the Northcote School Ensemble visit China in the senior year. He is also a keen illustrator and loves graphic novels. He asked me ages ago but I didn’t want to bother you, could he send you a short letter if you are able to read and write Mandarin Chinese? If you are too busy with your new job and social engagements and art work we understand.
    Thank you.
    Sharon.

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