Macroeconomics II is not an issue.

Until you throw in Macroecons I work into the final exams.

The ensuing paper I guess will be quite a nightmare, notwithstanding the fact that it’s only this coming Monday.

Oh well, at least it was a CNY well spent. All the curry rice and chicken rice…mmm filling. And also potentially fattening, which is why I have successfully laid off on the starchy and floury goodies!

Angpows are fewer this year, but heck. Point is, I am happy. ‘Nuff said.

Anyways, the piece for today is by Dvorak. In particular it’s his New World Symphony, No. 9 in E minor, and more precisely, his most famous bit. Used in so many old Hong Kong movies…Well, it relates to the composer’s experiences in America, so you can really feel it in his notes. This rendition was played in the Royal Albert Hall for the 2010 Proms by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Andris Nelsons conducts.

More revision and completing of projects now. Just under a month more! Good evening!~

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