aeras, China
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  • Member since Joined 17th May., 2011
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  • icon 18th February

About aeras...

Hello stranger!

I live in Shanghai, fond of music(world music?), comics, animations & novels, interested in cultures all over the world, now working for a museum. Among all the countries Greece is the place where I always dream of traveling. (I visisted there in February 2012 and I hope to go again!!!)

I especially like the cards with:
+ landscapes, plants, animals (I like most of animals with 4 limbs, as well as marine mammals, seashells and birds) -- BUT please no butterfly
+ local markets
+ cultural heritage: artworks, ancient relics and buildings, archaeological sites, ...
● collections or exhibits of museums
● Porcelains or paintings with them are most welcome!
● works by Joaquín Sorolla
● buildings designed by Antoni Gaudi
+ mythology: elves, fairies, monsters, heroes, wizards & witches, gods & goddesses in your culture (it would be better if you introduce them briefly)
+ food, tea & coffee, spices, tableware, a kitchen or a sitting room, cafe
+ musical instruments: flute, mandolin, bouzouki, marimba, harp, harp lute, bandura, 三弦&尺八, ...; and people who play them
+ Spanish flamenco dancers or Spanish football players (I'm one of the smallest shareholders of SD Eibar)
+ amusing pictures
+ animations: I love Saint Seiya, 12kokuki and Honey & Clover
+ anything about Greece >_<
+ anything else that you think is beautiful

Homemade cards are welcome! And I prefer NOT to receive multiview cards. =)
Feel free to write long messages; I always enjoy reading them. You can write something in your own language with translation as well. Since I've started my career in a museum, I'll be very glad to know something about museums or exhibitions you've visited.
BTW, my mother loves stamps, so it would be greatly appreciated if you use diverse stamps! Postcard with envelope is OK!


■Please add THE CHINESE VERSION OF MY ADDRESS to the postcard IF POSSIBLE... so that it won't confuse the post office staff here.■

Thanks a lot!

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