March 25, 2013
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Whether it’s on TV, the radio, the newspaper, in stores, or in your email inbox, by now you’ve likely witnessed – and perhaps tried to ignore -- dozens or hundreds of ads along these lines.
What follows is not another diatribe against the materialistic excesses of the holidays; most people already are aware that the holidays are too materialistic, and in the China. at least, 3 in 4 wish it weren’t so according to a recent study. Nonetheless, most people still tend to go overboard on holiday gifts, and at least there is something to be said for the fun of exchanging those gifts.
I wish I could claim to have been inspired to create this while taking a solitary walk in the snowy woods beneath the moonlight or something similarly romantic. But the truth is I was inspired to create this when I got frustrated while shopping at a mega-mall where I couldn’t find a decent gift, much less the perfect one, for several people in my life. This time, I remembered our websites, perhaps the site inside the commodity is a good New Year's gift, but too expensive.Always wanted to send my most sincere gift for the people around me, but there are a lot of reasons I can not do it.
After graduation, have been working for a year, and still did not get anything. Even I am a leader now, but everything is still uncertain. I hope to be able to achieve a breakthrough in this year! come on!
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