Daily Prompt: Struggles and Endurance of Baby Boomers

In response to “Generation XYZ” in WordPress’s Daily Prompt:

Think about the generation immediately younger or older than you. What do you understand least about them — and what can you learn from them?

Hong Kong in 1940s, once blanketed by the bleak pictures of weary people and dilapidated buildings in early years, was envisioned a better future after Japan’s unconditional surrender. The baby boomers, who are the offspring of those hopeful locals, were born and raised in the two decades after the war turmoil. However diverse their background might be, being Hong Kong’s vital pillars at that time, the majority of them were and still are highly-motivated, and industriously worked hard from a harsh, crowded environment.

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Daily Prompt: From Imaginative Creator to Pioneer of Truth Discovery

In response to “Futures Past” in WordPress’s Daily Prompt:

As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? How close or far are you from that vision?

During a language lesson in primary school, a composition was waiting for us to complete in class, with topic “What is your dream job?”

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Time Machine

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Doraemon, which is a popular Japanese cartoon featuring the adventures of a robot cat Doraemon and his friends, has always been my favourite TV entertainment since my childhood.  Longing for his time machine, how much I would like to cross the”tunnel” of space time, travel to the bygone past and the unknown future.  Thrilled about this idea, I am ready for the discovery.  The below would be my confirmation of three destinations under my assigned time.

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