TESV was professed to be a game of high freedom. But why there must be somebody ruthlessly murdered? The game often requested you to kill A or B or even yourself, not giving you the choice to make peace to save everyone.
When I tried to sign up on Facebook, he asked me to upload my photo. It took me a while to rummage what I can upload for it and ultimately uploaded the photo of my class teacher. Though, my new account has been disabled as I checked it today.:oops:
My city has enacted some measures to lock down the city from the plague for the first time in China and it has been reported even on some international news. :kaomad2: I'd never imagined my little obscure city would be paid attention to in such a way.
@Hyouryuu-Na :kaohi:What a coincidence that The Kite Runner is also one of three English books recommended by our school this semester! But reading English literary works isn't our compulsory work, but interest. We usually read books written in native language.
I'm so afraid I couldn't even finish reading my first book within such three-week winter vacation. Fortunately, I've figured out a plan by implementing which I can read a few hours a day while finishing homework.