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Lilian Lee - Autobiography

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Lilian Lee 4E (20) Autobiography On 12th May, 1987, a baby girl was given birth in the Queen Elizabeth's Hospital being the first child of the Lee's family. From that day onwards, she has been growing up in both her body and spirit. Now she's an optimistic, talkative, quite caring girl. Yet she's also sometimes impatient - she may get mad at something easily. She is a girl who needs others' care, and she doesn't like being alone. Care from ppl around her is always important for her, and that's ME. Are you interested in knowing more about me? Here comes my ordinary yet unique autobiography. Right, I am going to begin my biography with my early childhood. In fact, I don't remember much about this period except that my sister was born when I was a year old, that is, she was born in 1988, when I still didn't know much about this world. I liked to be an elder sister, taking care of my sister. We always spent our time playing together, and we talked in our own language. (Adults couldn't understand that!) When I was very young, I didn't care, or say, I didn't know how to care that my parents spent more time taking care of my sister rather than me. That's why we got along very well at that time. ...read more.

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Though so many co-curricular activities I joined, I was able to keep up with my studies. I've been getting top 10% since F.1. However, I am still worried about the HKCEE, coz it will affect my future. I hope I will get satisfactory results in it, so that my goals will become true. Up to here, I may seem to be a suitable student to study under HK's "examination-based" education system, but be frank, I hate exam very much. I think exam just isn't fair. That's why I stopped learning piano (I started learning it in P.4.) after F.3. I hate the piano exams, which required me to play the same songs for an entire year, but just for a single examination and a sheet of certificate. I couldn't stand the boredom and it made me lost my interest in learning piano. I still like playing piano, though, but I prefer playing it for leisure rather than for exam. I really believe that I would have been learning piano till now if there hadn't been any piano exams! What's most important in my secondary school life is that I've found a lot of good fds. We care about each other and we share with each other, while we also play together. I will treasure them coz I know true friends are indeed difficult to find. ...read more.

Conclusion

in my mind. In my dream, I think love should be occupying most of the world, where we could find care, warmth everywhere, instead of hatred, jealousy, discontent, etc. I know it's possible but it'll not be easy to achieve this status. Yet at least I hope among my fds, I can find love, care and truth all the time. I believe that if everyone is willing to make this change, it'll surely be a possible one. I don't want to see any more fake people around me. I hope that my fds will always be true and sincere to me! The current world is also too stressful for me. People are living under great pressure, and most of them find life is dull and boring. In my flawless world, all people should be smiling happily. They work hard for themselves as well as for the whole world. People know when and how to relax themselves. Life would surely be enjoyable for them! Hope that it'd not be a dream but a truth in the future! Finally I've come to an end with my biography. No no, I should say, finally I've written down my biography for my first 16 years. I am sure that the story of life will become longer and longer with my life. A lot of things are going to be added up to form the one and the only biography that belongs to me. I hope that all these things will be special and fabulous experiences of mine. I'll try my best in my life, I promise! ...read more.

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