Jolly or reluctantly, the mountains in our school witness our moving from the southern campus into the main campus, which means we are finally in our last year at university.
This summer, I worked as an intern in Tencent. Every day was a busy day, simply repeating. But it was also an unforgettable experience. I tried to squeeze out time to do things I like, like attending the ECCV pre-conference, reading papers about machine learning, watching Shoujo Kageki Revue Starlight, climbing the Lianhua Mountain, or visiting local shopping malls, parks and bookstores.
Still, I felt panic.
Application for Study in Hong Kong
After the new semester started, I began to prepare for application and English tests. However, I failed to fight against my biggest weakness again. Laziness. Just as what one of my primary school Chinese teachers once said, I am poisoned by laziness, chronically. The reports of the English tests are complete shits. And so as the preparation for application.
These few months I watched a few interesting animes. Shoujo Kageki Revue Starlight, mentioned above, has great scenes, storyboards and scripts, as well as music and characters. And btw, I love Daiba Nana. She is sooooo cool! Bananice!
Yuru Yuri is a relaxing anime. And I just want to cry out, Kyouko ga ichiban! Kyouko ga saikou! (京子が一番！京子が最高！)
kill la Kill is another cool anime, which tells the story between Ryuko Matoi (纏流子), Mako Mankanshoku (満艦飾マコ) and Satsuki Kiryuin (鬼龍院皐月). They fight for their dreams, unlike me, just wandering aimlessly.
Kill Me Baby, a story about a killer, Sonya (ソーニャ), and a 'general' high school girl, Yasuna Oribe (折部やすな), having fun
(and love) with each other.
Then, Shigofumi: Letters from the Departed. The plot is quite special, and reflects some social phenomena, including bullying, sins and justice, death and life. Fumika (フミか、文歌), the protagonist, a mail carrier who delivers "after-death letters" (シゴフミ、死後文), meets with her friends, Kaname Nojima (野島要) and Natsuka Kasai (葛西夏香), and a coworker, Chiaki (チアキ、千章). The turning point of their life approaches little by little before they notice.
Recently, I picked up piano again. This time, I started with Yoru no Himawari (夜の向日葵) from Subarashiki Hibi (素晴らしき日々). I remember tring to play Todokanai Koi (届かない恋) around the same period last year, and still on the way now. Anyway, both of them are wonderful songs.
I must say a cup of tea from hometown can really ease my nerves.
After I finished this post, I spent nearly a week to refactor my blog and design a mobile friendly music player control.
But when I was testing my music player control after spending a whold day coding it, I found that chrome had redesign its music player control and made it mobile friendly in the lastest update, which, was released the very day I implemented my music player control.
Edit on 2018-11-29
And, well, maybe this sentense can best conclude this page: