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@Heather Cai, different class. :-)
So the girl with grasses and long hair on the first pic is U ? Ah huh~~
We have set up an anniversary but not me to join as I am far far away~~
Why you all wear the same T-shirt but only with different colors ?
Different rank ? Different class ?
@DM, oh yes and many thanks! :-)
@Mike, it seems that your relationship with UK and the school in it is relatively loosen. :-)
@ DM, if you see my 18 years old pic, you will know there is a big difference. :-)
@ Zen, you seem also have a close relationship with your old friends. I do not live in the city where my high school locates. However, my old friends always try to keep me in touch. I usually meet some of them at least once a year. As they work and live in the same city, it is more often for them to get together. As this year our school is 110 years old, more gatherings are hold to prepare for the coming celebration.
Two years ago all my high school mates but 3 (me, a guy living in Scotland and another one who didn't make it) gathered for a dinner. Almost everybody is still living in the same area, so it's quite easy to keep in touch.
@PN, when we met again, the first impression is that everyone has changed a lot, especially the appearance, we all are getting old. After talk to each other, everyone seemed to get back to our school time. Even the school master talked and acted like an excited child. We still have children heart at that moment. :-)
@WC - mostly they had just lost contact or moved away from the area and I guess some had died. Fifty years is quite a long time, even for me.
@Zen, I wonder where I will be this weekend and also next year. There are so many uncertainties in our lives. :-)
@CB, we did celebrate the anniversary. This anniversary was for people from my year. Actually, people from my class already celebrated this in July. We had spent 6 years studying and living in the school. The relationship between teachers and students likes parents and children, and students like sisters and brothers.
@ stefan, it is glad to know you think I am 25. ;-) Asia people usually look younger.
@Mike, you meant the only 3 people from your year took party in the party? How many students from your year? Where were your other classmates?
We thought we would never change, until we met again in 20 years.
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