Li Na, the first asian who won a Grand Slam singles title at the French Open. That’s amazing. It is another Yao ming moment for chinese people. Li Na has been through a lot of hard time through her career. She almost gave up tennis and became a journalist. We are glad she didn’t. It is another typical just do it story.
Sunday is always a good day for shopping grocery and chilling out. Edwin, Jin, and I hung out at Beaverton. We had an awesome lunch at DJT korean restaurant. Then we headed to Uwajimaya, one of the biggest Japanese supermarkets in Portland. We spent a quite money there. But it is totally worthy. We all need asian food for our souls.
Edwin has been doing the aloha sign for a while. I started following him doing it. So did a few of 12ers. It is our secret gang sign, showing each other respect and love. Hang loose if you can.
Paul and I’s collaboration. Bloody triangles.
Based on our past proofreads of the ads (last Thursday and Friday), there is one punctuation change to be made to each ad (except “F-15”). We will show you! Thank you!
When I got up at 9:30 am on Saturday, the first thing came to me was drawing a grizzly bear. I had such struggling time to make it happen. But somehow, I got it within two shots this morning. I couldn’t be happier with it.
The bear showing here is not the one i am going to show Alex. This bear is not terrifying enough as the client requested. I had another better one. But I like how this bear stands and how human look he has. I decided to save it and send to my parents as a post card. Hope they would like it.
My first Knock Knock Joke
Before we talked to our guest speakers in the morning, Andrew and Byron gave us a small assignment to come up with knock knock jokes within 8 minutes. Here are my first knock knock jokes. I am happy the mission is successful.
1. Knock Knock
Paul with a wig.
2. Knock Knock