Mid-Autumn Festival

The Mid-Autumn Festival this year coincided with China’s National Day. With political conflicts piling up and unresolved and a pandemic easing but never seems to cease, the atmosphere this year seemed worst for the 10 years since I returned to HK.

There was no celebration to speak of other than eating a moon cake for lunch. I took the holiday to make up for my sleep deprivation – woke up relatively late and had a couple of afternoon naps. Still feeling a little tired when writing this post at around 10pm. Will probably sleep early tonight too.

Seems like I’m coming down with a slight cold/flu with the change of season, but it seems to have gotten much better by taking in vitamin-c supplements and resting more in the last couple of days.

Plan to start some collaborative projects starting next week, it’s really time to get serious and pick up the slack for a not so productive year. May God guide my work back on track and allow me to “use the gifts He has given me to serve others, as faithful stewards of His grace in its various forms.” 🙏🏻

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