Nearly two months ago, I wrote a post announcing the end of our hiatus. Then, we disappeared again for weeks. Well, incase anyone was worried (we are very touched if you were), we did not die nor get captured by aliens, as the post title has already informed you. Instead, we had been on a school Overseas Immersion Programme in Tianjin, China.
Although we did have our – not so – trusty VPN services while there, the sheer amount of work to do (mostly writing feature articles) and numerous places to explore took up all our blogging – and reading – time. I actually brought five books along with me but ended up not even finishing one. Disappointing, I know.
However, Tianjin was definitely amazing, albeit the bad air. The food was great and many people there were really friendly to our classmates and us – especially when tolerating our poor command of Mandarin. There’s no doubt we’ll be heading back there one day without the weight of completing two modules on our shoulders.
Five weeks of rooming with each other have also given JZ and me a lot of time to ponder about the future of A Page of Heaven. I can’t recall if I’d mentioned this before but over the past few months, we had barely blogged as book blogging had somehow turned into a chore instead of a hobby. Continue reading “We’re Not Dead nor Kidnapped by Aliens”