Have malls become the second homes in the heart of everyone? or is it what the economics growth inflict on us? Do we make good interactions at malls? Whatever people choices are, I have no rights to judge.
“A great nation never asks for flattery. Roses never tell people their fragrance, yet people are able to smell it. Big nations are those who appreciate their heroes.” Ir. Soekarno, the first president of Indonesia.
I had never known before, the people behind the great taste of chocolate bars I sometimes taste, until I read this info. Bars of chocolate full of exhausting work, and effort to raise the standard of living, or merely just survive to live for a day.
“If my knowledge can help people regardless genders, nationalities, beliefs, or whatever that is so-called as “Differences” then it does not matter where I live.”
Revitalizing the identity of a country is more valuable in the long run than being grasped under the glimmering profits of modern life can offer, especially if they are only for certain people.