I am happy to live in a area where close to nature and not far from city. Before I was given birth into this world, my grandma kept pigs and turkey next to our wooden-cemented house, after I was born, my grandma don't keep them anymore, I guess maybe she wanted to spend more time keeping me, that's how my nick name ah-bi came, it was babi(pig in malay language) initially.
My house located close to Taman Perdana of Batu Pahat. There is a small river by my house, over the river, guess what? it's an old chinese cemetery...creepy right? But we are all fine with that, that cemetery is not really a terrifying place. Before Taman Perdana existed, it was an estate of palm oil and rubber trees. When I was a kid, my dad always ride me on his blue yamaha 80 going through the estate in the morning, the sun ray passing through the luminous leaves was such a beautiful scene, and of course fresh air that's mind cleansing. However, these pictures were drawn in to memory.
Sometimes, beavers would travel along the river and "visit" us, well, so far I saw it like 5-10 times, but not after the residential area was completed. Well, python still pays visit to our chicken coop for supper sometimes. Monkeys are the most self-welcomed animals that hang around our rooftop, having fest with our grown fruits. Well...how bout let's see some photos?
This black bird is now in memory, it can imitate our voice, like Gong Xi Fatt Choi | 会说“恭喜发财”的八哥已成为记忆
After came back from Famine30, me and my junior Seylee went for a concert performed by symphony bands of independent school from Johor and Melacca, together with a band from oversea, the symphony band of Taiwan's youth(this is my own translation). The Taiwan's band's performance is very nice, there was this old man about the age of 60, soloing trumpet, it's stunning~! Most of the music were classical except the compilation of disney classical is the most familiar one.
It's nice to have seeing this kind of performance once a while, having ourselves relaxed and enjoy the wonderful rhythm.