Hello~postcrosser!Can't wait to receive your nice postcard!
I'm Jerry living in Macau,where perhaps the most crowded city on earth.
Something I want to say ahead that so many times I had been down when someone said they would send me a thank-you card for return.Well nice,I felt flattered and appreciated that. But in the end I found myself been faked.You may say that's nothing ,we all know that's not certain from the first day.
But that's not the worst,one way direct swap is the most hateful one. Alright,I don't want to talk about this anymore.
But remember,be sincere.
#traditional festival on your country
handmade cards are welcomed,don't be too rough, though...
I like something special in your country! It would be perfect if you can send me a card attach with a coin.
I love to see your handwriting!'cause that makes me feel warm while reading your words.
Say something on the cards, something about yours, something about
the place you live in, whatever, just free to share.
If there are greetings from your family or friends it would be nicer.XD
**I think postcrossing should be more like a way of communications among worldwide people, but not just a form of collecting postcards or stamps with simply greetings from other countries.
So, feel free to share your status, your secrets, your mood right the moment or anything about yourself with me.
Try to write something puzzle you,something attract you,or something shock you,that would make it much more interesting to read.
Of course, all above is optional, even a joke, a short greeting is OK too.
I would be happier if you write something in your own language, should you let me know what it means.
##For Direct swap,I don't like people like a fisherman casting net on a country,if you are,I hope you stop it now and show your sincerity although I'll never know whenever wherever you go fishing.
Finally, no ads, no political, no racism, no what you should say no...