.... the Japanese, like many other Asian people, give gifts quite frequently, often to thank someone such as a teacher or doctor for their kindness. In the Japanese culture, the tradition of gift-giving is very ancient. There are many detailed rules for everything from the color of the wrapping paper to the time of the gift presentation.
listening text of chapter 5 from the textbook "Interactions 2: Integrated Skills Edition" used for my UTM class.
Once in a while, when it was your lucky day, there would be someone who was kind enough to give something to you., as a gift. It may come in different form, shape and size, as well as price. Nevertheless, no matter how small or cheap it, it will always make your day.
So thanks to Syazwan for the blueberry cheesecake from Secret Recipe that was eaten the next day for breakfast. Many people commented that I have lost some weight after the surgery but I think that will not last for long.