1Q97 香港、我愛你

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Apr 20, 2011 09:46
Yesterday I bought strawverries at a fruits shop that I have never visited while I took a walk.

I always buy food at "CO-OP", which is a chain-store supermarket that sells safety and not so expensive things.

Strawverries are sold from 399JPY to 598JPY in CO-OP san.(We call it CO-OP san. I don't know why, it is funny :))

But in the fruits shop, it was only 200JPY.

Of course I confirmed where they came from.

It was Saga, not from China and Fukushima so I bought it.

When I got home and opened the strawverry's pack, I saw there were so many red water.

It reminded me that someone wrote "When I washed strawverry from China with water, they got white. All red paintings were gone."

I want people whom I talk with to know that when I say "China" and "Chinese people", it NEVER DOESN'T include Hong Kong and HK people (and Taiwan and Taiwanese).

Of course I know Hong Kong was returned to China in 1997 but I cannot regard Chinese people and HK people are same. They are different from each other.

But my friend's Mandarine teacher who is from 東北 wrote "1997" in whiteboard TWICE when my friend said "I like Hong Kong..." to her.

I advised her to change a teacher.