今年11月底，當我坐在開往台北的火車上，一個念頭一閃而過：「我想學丹麥語。」 非常突然的想法，如閃電從天而降，朝我的腦袋直劈而來。 火車抵達台北之後，趁著空檔去了幾間書店，想找關於丹麥語學習的書。原本以為在藏書豐富的大書店會至少看到幾本「我的第一本丹麥語學習書」這類的語言學習書籍，結果書架上唯一與丹麥語相關的，只有兩本旅遊會話書，還是國外的出版社出版的。 登愣！原來丹麥語在台灣是冷門的語言嗎？（據我觀察，語言學習類的書最多的當然是英語，再來是日語、韓語、華語，歐語是西班牙語、德語、法語、義大利語為大宗，泰語、越南語、印尼語的書也不少。）
Time really flies. Now I’m working on the final project of my master’s course.
It was not really easy to get into the habit of writing a reflective review every week. I have to write four more reviews for the past weeks apart from this one. Alright, here we go.
In week 7, I finished preparing these things: chose four drawings and got them framed, scanned the drawings and edited them with text on InDesign, printed the edited images on testing paper.
After finishing my work, I printed out the original version and the redesigned version of the patient education notice sheet of colonoscopy and displayed them with foam board on my desk at our studio.
It was really a great pleasure to see Picasso’s portraits at National Portrait Gallery. I would like to see Master’s portraits and how he recorded his life with paintings. I thought it related to my project and my idea of “Record your story” as my manifesto. On the leaflet it wrote: “Picasso’s portraits epitomise the astonishing variety and innovation of his art. This major exhibition of over eighty works focuses on the artist’s portrayal of family, friends and lovers and reveals his creative processes as he moved freely between drawing from life, humorous caricature and expressive painting from memory.” The exhibition started…