Ongoing Moments: Liu Yuwei

Ongoing Moments: A series in which teaching staff and students from the English Department respond to a photograph of their choice. [Read all entries.] [Revisit the “Interrogative” series.] It can never go back again. It had lived its life by routine ever since. Life came to a moment of peace. Happiness, fear and depression were…

“The Pensieve” by Liu Yuwei

Photo by Liu Yuwei. Click image to enlarge. The merry-go-rounds The two merry-go-rounds, sitting apart by the straits, one facing a deserted beach and the other facing rose bushes, had got used to the life they had being sticking to for ages, without realising the existence of the other. . The cobblestones The cobblestones were…

“A Night on the Platform” by Liu Yuwei

Photo by Oliver Farry. A girl friend of mine went on a trip to Rehtaeh Mansion years ago. To save on transport, she purchased an 80-percent-off railway ticket online. The train arrived at its destination before one in the morning—that was why the ticket was discounted. She, lingering on the platform, had nowhere to go…

“Reading for What?” by Liu Yuwei

“That Streak of Sunlight on the Books” by Tammy Ho I once joined an English writing course because my English writing could not be any worse. If there is any way I can make it better, I would go for it. A way to improve writing, according to my writing adviser, is to read and…