A Post Card

While I am writing this paragraph, an eye-catching post card on the wall suddenly attracts my attention. It’s a romantic and beautiful post card, on the card I can see a meandering and bright lane with colorful blossoms.

This is a post card of San Francisco’s well-known attraction which called Lombard street. The street has a steep, single-block section with eight hairpin turns and it’s also called “the most crooked street in the world”.

I bought the post card when I traveled to the U.S. four years ago. In the beginning, I felt strongly cultural shock. This travel experience gave me a new, open-minded way of thinking, which was really different from the eastern culture. For me, it’s such a meaningful and memorable journey.

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