Wednesday, 29 April 2009

Lunch at Nonzero



I met Mom for a last-minute lunch at Nonzero today. Been spending a lot of time at Primo lately, and going back to Nonzero and eating Ada's healthy and hearty food was really nice.

Had half a chicken & eggplant sandwich, some white & yellow cauliflowers with feta cheese and a coconut finger cake with mohawk-like oven dried pineapple chips.

Yum yum yum.

Then I accompanied Mom to Sogo to pick up her free gift. And Mom got me a rum raison ice cream at Haagen Daz. She says "騙小孩用的." Feels good to be a kid.

It's back to work tomorrow and fighting swine flu news.

2 comments:

小夕/Sebastian said...

Michella, may I ask you a question?
How did you learn English grammar? I wanna boost my english grammar, would you mind recommand any books? Thanks in advanced!

翁郁容 Michella Jade Weng ミシェラ・オング said...

Hi Sebastian,

I learned English as a child, as part of growing up in California, so I don't think I learned English in the conventional sense. I did have to learn Chinese and Japanese. The best way I realize is to expose yourself to the environment as much as possible. If you can't spend time in that country, read the language, hear the language (TV, Internet, music, etc) and try to speak it as much as you can. As far as books that teach the language, I suggest you go to the bookstore and pick up a book that you seem to connect with more than the others. That's how I choose my books, usually.