It didn’t make it
The Swimmer. This is one of the few things in my home that I don’t know the purpose for. Well, of course there are also other useless stuff at home, but this is the most useless one because I don’t know how and where to use it, so it becomes whatever I can imagine. For example, a breaststroke swimmer.
I bought it from a recycle center in Espoo, it cost me less than one euro.
Rice the Dragon. Hand made felt for my best friend’s son, but I made it slightly bigger, probably he can ride it for some time till he’s able to hold it in his hands.
My King. I bought this guy in Stockholm, how can you not smile when you see it?
It’s handmade by local ceramic artist, all the pieces look slightly different, I chose the one who looks like King the most.
K.C Chang stomach medicine. Every Taiwanese has one at home. It not only solves the stomach problem, but also tastes yum….(maybe just me)
I used to take it when I’m smaller, but after growing up and get to know more and more stuff, it had disappeared in my life for a while. A year ago when I decided to move to Finland, somehow I remembered to bring one with me. It’s almost like the most correct decision, and it reminds me my home whenever I take it.
The package remains the same for decades, and it starts to look retro and cool.