I love metropolitan cities. I’m a city girl, and I’ve always been one. Growing up in Beijing suburb, I remembered, as a kid, that every opportunity I got to go to the city where the hustle and bustle was about, I would always got so excited that I couldn’t sleep the night before I was going. There’s always been a void in my heart for a urban lifestyle.
I always imagined myself living in a big city where I can walk to everywhere. Where the well maintained little gardens, either on sidewalks or dividers of streets, will mix with hard yet beautiful limestone buildings. Where the new architecture intermingled the old. Where I can be entertained constantly by store windows. Blah blah blah… the list goes on.