After watching Kou HungChih's pitching, I watched Nana.
7:00,9/9Kou HungChih, Dodgers＆NYM；17:00,9/9Chiang ChienMing, Giant＆Yakult；4:30,10/9Wang ChienMing, NYY＆Orioles
What a Taiwanese pitcher's weekend！
Nana, at the first, it uses the aside of the lead to flashback, and let me thought that would be a sad ending.
Turned out to be not.
I like the ending, ordinary unexpectedly
No matter the happy ending in old times, or the sad ending popular now, they're all pander to poeple.
Instead the ordinary touches me slightly.
接著看了Travel＆Living的Jamie Oliver's scool dinners。
Then I watched Jamie Oliver's scool dinners on Travel＆Living.
I've loved his cooking show recently.
Although my dad said his dishes are coarse, but English cooking is sometimes interesting.
And I like his English accent.
This show recorded the process he tried hard to let students eat the food human should eat.
To my surprise, kids in England eat junk like that.
Besides they don't eat vegetable, they even don't dare to eat strawberry and chicken.
There are two scenes that let me think a lot.
First, a kid eats noting else except bread, hot dog, fried chicken nugget, noddles, French fries
ate a roasted carrot and looked like it was delicious.
But he said it was unpalatable.
I think life is to try something new！
I'm sure to eat fried incects in Thailand！
Second, a crowd of kids, that can't leave junk,
hold the sign to parade and protest "Jamie Oliver go away"
I think whatever the movement, there's always old schools.