The Kung Fu Hall already had my parents’ release, so even if it had been the fault of the visiting Red-Belt Master (who held up the brick, but moved it unexpectedly when it’s my turn to kick), we couldn’t say a word. All my fault!
So I stayed indoor most of that summer: learning English phrases and reflecting on my class yearbook.
I envisioned life not as a straight line (not like Champ Elyse), but quite twist and turn, hard to see around the bend.
I also knew that my friends and I would make choices we later regret (clearly my attempt at Kung Fu still stared at me, heavy in cast, itchy and with hair ).
I promised myself that whatever happens around the bend, I still see them as they once were:…
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