Dug Out the Umbilical Cord That My Mother Kept for Every Child Born. Mom Tied the Umbilical Cord with a Red Cloth on Which Was Written Everyone's Name, Year, Month, and Day. I Was Very Moved. Jiang : This Is Very Rare, Because All People Who clipping path service Come to Me to Count Human Figures Need to Provide Their Birth Time. (Most People Don't Know It.) at First, They Thought It Was Troublesome, but When They Applied for the Birth Certificate, They Were Very Moved. Lin : the Women of the Previous Generation Were Restrained and Restrained. When My Mother Was at the End of Her Illness,
She Was in So Much Pain That She Only Said One Word, "Pain". the Influence of Her Inner Japanese Education Is Deep-Rooted and Very Restrained. Once When I Was Performing in Taichung, I Called Back to Ask My Mother If She Was Okay. She Replied, "What's So Good About Eating Alone?" She Wasn't Usually So Straightforward. I Heard, Jumped Up and Rushed to the Station to Rush Back to Taipei. and My Father Is a Big Japanese Man, Full of Majesty, and Will Never Say His Hard Work. So There Is Little Emotional Communication Between Father and Son. Recently,
My Hometown Has Been Turned into a Historic Site, and I Was Sorting Out Old Things. I Found a Photo That My Father Took on the Day He Graduated from Tokyo Imperial University. the Photo Is of the Landlady. I'm Thinking, I'm Away from Home and Don't Have Any Other Friends? or Did He Have More Interaction with the Landlady in Life, So He Invited Her to Attend the Graduation Ceremony? One Year We Were Going to Perform Abroad, and I Would Read the Cities on Tour to My Mother One by One. Speaking of Düsseldorf.