Time goes like water through my fingers. But unlike water, I believe there are something left and stayed in my hands.
For many researchers, environmentalists and politicians COP 15 was just a conference heading to better environmental conditions and efforts as well as intense negotiations with different stakeholders. For me, it's not only a conference; it also gave me a chance to see, to learn and to experience differently.
I remember once in the Danish class, the teacher asked me “what’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done?” I answered her ”kom til Danmark alene”. That’s it! But I’m grateful that I made the decision, a decision to experience more and learn more.
Aalborg is such a lovely city, small, colorful, and full of natural beauty. I like the old buildings presenting the old Danish style. The smells of culture and history that you could feel just flowing out of them. What’s the smell of Aalborg? Before I came here, I thought it should smell like a wine chocolate--sweet, dreamy and easily getting lost, just like Andersen’s fairy tale. After staying for a while, I felt it’s not really like that, the smell for me was the aroma of fresh grass and fresh soil, of course accompanied with the terrible short daytime and freezing winter. Then, time goes by, winter came and left…summer came and left… Now, I would like to describe the smell as rice. What does the rice mean for a Chinese? A main food if you boil it? A strong alcohol if you make white spirit? Or a puffed rice?... I have no idea, just simply have this smell around me when it comes to Aalborg.
Now, the best time in Aalborg comes again, SUMMER, whoopee!
Find pics in my new album~~