~It's not the most beautiful place in the world, neither is it the cleanest nor safest country.
But I love it.
Because in China, I get reunited with the loved ones that I infrequently see.
Especially my Grandma:)
This short span of one week was well spent:)
Most of the time was spent with my extended family...eating, haha!
China is famed for their food, and infamous for having too much a variety :')
Everyone just stuffs their face with food during new year XD
|Just some little appetizers;)|
I guess my stay in China wouldn't be as meaningful without the following photographs taken.
Haha I'll call it a once in a lifetime thing... I was dressed in clothes from the Han dynasty period, and there was a photographer telling me how to pose :3
Departing is always the toughest thing.
It was difficult to say goodbye, it was difficult to imagine the next time I would return.
But at the end of the day, we all know that we should keep this quote in our minds;)
Thank you for reading! For those of you that celebrate Chinese New Year, I hope it had been as great for you as it had been with for me :)
Have a great day xx
Written with love,