Another series of Eye On FuFu will be on FuFu Discovery Corner from now onwards. They are all written by FuFu's friends, buddies or readers. Hope this corner will help you to know FuFu better while he is backpacking in China. *
Eye On FuFu - from Canada
Time Squares, New York City, USA
I'm not sure how I came across FuFu's site. He probably left a comment on another site and I clicked on it. It was filled with travel pictures. He had pictures from Japan, Europe and US at that time. It seemed interesting so I just subscribed. He had pictures of his graduation from Japan and there were also some entries with pictures of his mom and sister too. I thought that was nice but didn't think too much about it.
Kinkakuji, Kyoto, Japan
For me his site was like one of the many interesting sites out there. He seemed to travel all over (Europe and Asia). I was surprised that he actually had a job. He moved his act over to Blogspot but still updates here. He gets over a 100 comments per entry over there. One day, I clicked on his earliest entry at his Xanga site. I do that sometimes when I have time. Most of the blogs I subscribe to have a history before I subscribe. It's interesting to see how people's writing have changed and evolved.
Pak Nai Village, Yuen Long, Hongkong
As I read some of FuFu's early entries, I learned he was from Malaysia and had a very humble childhood. His mom had a stall in the market selling veggies (I'm writing this from memory). He also helped out there as well sweet talking clients to get them to buy more. It now made sense. When he graduated from university in Japan, he had his mom over. That brought a smile to my face. Stories like these are wonderful. When I see FuFu's entries – I always think back to someone who had a very humble start in life and has gone on to bigger and better things. Well done FuFu. I know you had an incentive for people to write their impressions about you. But I probably would have done this anyways.
Seven Star Crags, Zhaoqing, Guangdong, China
By Matt from Canada, FuFu's Xangan buddy.