Yina says that when she is in a different city, the one thing she misses the most is her mum's cooking.
"When I was sill staying at home, my mum would be nagging.
"And her home cooked dishes become something usual in my life.
"Sometimes I would be rude by telling her that I want to eat outside food so she doesn't need to cook.
"But now I stay in a different city, and her home cooked dishes become the most precious food when I go back home.
"I would rather stay home the whole day rather than to go out with friends.
"I just like to chit chat with her about my work life, college life, love life and so on.
"We even can chat until 2a.m, until my dad starts to nag about us chatting until so late.
"I cherish our time together when I am back at home , and I cherish my mum's home cooked dishes even though I know I will become fat when I go back to work.
"Mummy, promise me that when I am married, you will cook for your grandson and granddaughter.
"Then I can proudly tell them that this is the most delicious food I have eaten in my whole life."
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