寻潘之根(总)

The next day, as we crawled out of bed, we headed back to the ancestor’s house for groupies. I am the one in grey, with brown sleeves. Haha, I just stood/crouched there and smiled. After massive photo shootings, they brought us up to see the tomb of the ancestor. Feast your eyes upon my poorContinue reading “寻潘之根(总)”

寻潘之根(六)

After those visits and taking pictures we were escorted to have dinner and then a break. Then, we were brought back to the ancestor house to have the ceremony, which was one of the grandest Chinese ceremonies that I had ever attended. The pictures above are of the grand ceremony. The beat of the ceremonyContinue reading “寻潘之根(六)”

寻潘之根(五)

Another late start of the day, packing our bags, leaving XiaMen, going to our roots, NanAn, where it all began. My surname is 潘 (pan1), and I am really proud of it, cool name though. When you look into history, many game-changers have the same surname as me, I feel so badass. Random shots on theContinue reading “寻潘之根(五)”

Bornt On A Silver Platter, Biting Off A Silver Spoon.

China is a country with the economy that is growing exponentially, and the density of humans in it is expanding with great speed. Although the government of China set a restriction to the child birth by one child per family in the past decades, and two children per family just recently. The implementation of thisContinue reading “Bornt On A Silver Platter, Biting Off A Silver Spoon.”