Writing in the Snow

Taken from the ninth floor of my apartment building. It translates to “Zhang Zhong Yue  I <heart>  U”.

 

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  1. Dear Robert Simply beautiful. I have forwarded your photo to many with the following comment: We have a nephew — Robert — who lives in Beijing and daily sends at least one photo of life there.This one got to me — please look at it carefully, the part near the bottom is readable.There is this sense of “longing” as the sender might be looking up to the window of the person of his/her affection, and there is “hope”.What truly gets to me is, but for the script, this could be a silent cry in Manhattan, or Moscow, or simply in the middle of our own lonely hearts.Happy HolidaysDavid (aka Jelly Roll Justice)Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2012 08:32:23 +0000 To: daverbuck@hotmail.com

  2. how wonderful. a universal symbol for “heart” and love along with the chinese characters. makes me wonder if this is used in many countries, with the heart between the i and you.

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