I don't understand Chinese either but there is a translation below, if you care. Without knowing a word they said, I feel a tremendous love the father had for his daughter.
"woh kanh papa..." i saw daddy... that was what i'd caught. thanks for sharing this moving ad and for the translation below, Vandy. absolutely. often times we take our parents for granted. while they are still alive to appreciate it, we should always take care of them.
i've caught a few words, like huy jiar, it means going back home. I wish i was continuing learning chinese. Nvm, after i finish my uni, will do so. Thanks Vandy for letting know, i have just watched the video.
One thing i want to say though, things happen for a reason, it's hard to let go of something special, but when it's not meant to be, no matter how much you try it won't work/stay. I'm sure your parents and siblings would be very proud of your achievments, and your genorosity. Appreciate what we are given and learn to to appreciate if we haven't done so, maybe the way to live a meaningful of life.
I am very sure she will remember everything. Girls, to me, are more attached to their mothers than boys are.
i think she should have abandoned the car at the train station, and biked her dad home.
very nice thank you for sharing