Weekly Picture

Chinese New year display

Today’s picture: Chinese new year display

I took this picture while overseas, so I don’t get to see Chinese New Year decorations displayed like this back home in Australia. Chinese chinese new year, the most I’ll see if people putting the ‘luck‘ symbol outside their door. Some would put the character the correct way up and some (like the picture below) would stick the character upside down. You stick it upside down in hope that good fortune will arrive at their house, it’s a play on words with the language and there’s an origin story about it too.



Today’s picture: Roast

I wish I could cook a nice roast, so instead I’m happy go to a bistro and get a nice roast meal. It might seem like a simple and boring meal but you get veggies and meat. What else can you ask for? When I’m walking around the food court, it feels like there’s more deep fried food. It’s not good for your body to eat so much junk, but it is hard when it feels like everything around you is all deep fried.
it’s the same for kid’s meals. Have you noticed it’s always deep fried (nuggets/fish and chips) or either spaghetti.