pop-up random thoughts
Hey gus, Neil here. I know this blog hasn’t been active for quite a while now, and it has a good reason for that(other than my laziness, that is to say).
First of all, as some of you might be aware of it already, internet restriction from Chinese government has gradually closing up access to non-chinese websites in the past 20 years, and since late 2016, we no longer have access to tumblr as well. Secondly, I struggled through my last semester in the first half of 2017, and begun my postgraduate study in the second half, thus demanding school life keeps it difficult to keep up with fandom updates.
And thirdly, I am a little lazy biach and would rather disappoint my fellow prociutto sinners than try harder despite the fact that I am now in London. Sorry.
With the reason for why I left explained, it is why I’ve decided to came back that I’d like to spend more time to share with you guys. 2017 has not been the best yeat in my life, and knowing that it hasn’t been kind to all other persons in the world doesn’t make me feel any better. As a history major, I think it would be fair to say this year is like one of those critical moments in history that challenges humanities as a whole. While I’m fully aware that literally almost everyone is exhausted from their own(and others’) tragedies, Chinese’s voices are still nowhere to be heard, and it worries me so much. Not only do I fear that my peers and the generations to come would see the ‘internet great wall’ and the separation from the world as a norm, doing nothing but struggle with helplessness when struggles hit, but also, I am so eager to tell the truth to you guys, to show you the beauties, the heartbreaks and the struggles of this amazing country, to let you know that when it comes to rescuing and re-striving humanities, us Chinese people stands with everyone else in the world, together; but I am so terrified by the notion that I might not even allowed to do so someday.
Winter holidays here has officially begun, and I shall leave my askbox open for a while, and try to see what the Internet has to share with me, like the good o’ times. Feel free to reblog this message, and drop some random questions into my mailbox, such as:
What exactly happened in China this year?
What’s your opinion on Newwork Neutrality/Refugees Crisis/Alexander Hamilton/Donald Trump?
If I want to take a trip to China, what places would you suggest the most?
Do you have any hobbies
other than being an annoying brat you are and tries to spread Communist over the world ye little cunt?
(Preferably, I’d prefer questions with a friendlier, or at least a netural tone.Thank you.)
I know-we have probably one of the shitteist governments in the world, and I really can’t give any pinky promise that Chinese people, as a whole, is the best bunch of person in the world either. But, hey, it’s home. It’s the place where I am born and race, a place that holds so many wonders that I’d love to share with you guys, a place I love with all my heart. Please, allow me to take this chance to change things slightly for the better.
Love you all beautiful creatures out there, and stay strong. All of us, no matter who or what we might be, or become.
her grace, the one and only Prociutto demi-goddess Neil