Thoughts for My People

Sending purple posy in a gale of laughter!

“Plants which bridge two seasons” is another name given in my mother tongue to wisteria, because they usually bloom when season turns from spring to summer… which usually falls around this time of the year in my homeland.   My people seem to be very fond of wisteria, because they resemble traditional wear with sleeves… Continue reading Sending purple posy in a gale of laughter!

Thoughts for No One in Particular

The real problem of the virtual world

Here are some simple mathematic problems: one-fifth of three-and-a-half billion items, one-quarter of total distance equaling half a billion kilometres (a third of a billion miles), ninety thousand extra personnel working eight-hour shifts.   What are these numbers? They all describe the current problems my homeland is facing regarding the re-delivery of parcels by courier… Continue reading The real problem of the virtual world

Thoughts for No One in Particular

What would have been posted on April 14, 2017: Looking for some common sense

Have you ever seen someone do something so outrageous, you wondered if they had any common sense?   Maybe when you see someone dressed in unconventional outfits at conventional occasions. Maybe when you see someone speak out irregularly at forums in which speeches are regulated for facilitation purposes. Or maybe when you see someone do… Continue reading What would have been posted on April 14, 2017: Looking for some common sense

Thoughts for No One in Particular

What would have been posted on April 13, 2017: (C)old news re-heated afresh

These days, I usually read the news on the Internet. I do so because the news are newer (though, these days, you need to watch out for fake news), and I can access news from all over the world and read them in their original languages. I like to get them as “hot” as possible,… Continue reading What would have been posted on April 13, 2017: (C)old news re-heated afresh