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The older we get, the more we lost. The first experience of losing something is always deeply rooted in the back of our memory. Just like the kid Dorje, I have lost my very first friend when we gradually entered adulthood. This story carries out the true moments when a kid first experience, an uncontrollable loss, and we focus more on the innocent perspective from the kid. It is important to tell this story to see warmth from Dorje’s childish persistence and understand loss is embedded in our life journey, but the innocence is worthy of preserving.

Shuyue Su

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