Sorry I couldn’t title this in a more eloquent way. :P This is just for fun and to add content1. This list is not in order of priority.
- Compose my own piece of music.
- Earns millions of pounds…only to squander the money on material things. :P
Win a competition for a jewellery piece I made/designed.
- Be fluent in one other language, excluding English and Chinese (Cantonese, Hakka).
- Go to see a live football match, preferably in England. Either my home town or Manchester United thanks. ;)
Go to a gig.
- Publish my own book.
- Donate a good amount of money to charity or help build a hospital, or something which can be life changing.
Live in a house/flat, either on my own or with my a close friend/family member.
- Exceed everyone’s expectations and succeed in the jewellery business.
- Own or co-own a flat in Hong Kong, preferably in Sha Tin but I’ll take what I can afford, hah. Not going to happen because HK isn’t as affordable as it used to be.
Have my own workbench or better yet a studio so I can do things at home without having to wait until uni. starts. Get a degree and pass with a distinction.Well, almost. Learn a song on the guitar (note: I don’t not know how to play the guitar). I have only learnt basic songs but it counts. :)
- See more of the world (besides Europe and Hong Kong/China). More specifically South Korea and Japan.
- Own my very own piano. ^^
- Be able to play a Chopin piece more than adequately.
Have my jewellery site up and running.
- Have read2 all the “50 books to read before you die“.
Sold a piece I made and designed. Open a small shop.AnnieLi.co :)
- Relearn the zither and dizi, which I had learnt long ago but they are now a lost art.
It will be a long, long time before I complete this list, or even think of 100 things.