The Mid-Autumn Festival is a Japanese festival when the children take bright lanterns and get alacrity until the midnight. There would have recently been no problem with me, an eighteen year-old whom just wanted to gather my staff to play a zealous sports match upon that working day, if the primary had not made a decision to hold the Mid-Autumn Festival by high school. All of us students believed ridiculous regarding the idea, plus the announcement appeared to be a joke rather than a serious idea. When our head educator came and corroborated the principal's presentation, she genuinely threw chilly water after our prediction.
" Best of luck, boys, " is all our teacher thought to us following asking us to participate in various positions of the arranging team. That childish Event turned out to be a unique event, through which we students of mathematics immediately acknowledge some potential opportunities to " show off" our talent. As a result, my own buddies and i also decided to sign up for the nosh-selling position. " We are really going into organization! " -- said Truong, my best friend for a long time. Our group was so avid pertaining to doing such a significant point.
We prepared the nosh easily with the help of our mothers' wonderful cooking. Nevertheless , the old expressing goes: " No risk, no earnings. " We inevitably encountered adversity: students tend to purchase and eat nosh in the stores near each of our school, instead of buying this from the school's canteen. Maybe they just like the comfortable atmosphere in all those stores, because they can collect and unwind without thinking about anything that relates to the stress by school. Or simply, they simply prefer to select the cheaper nosh. No matter what reason, I knew for certain that our preparation would be useless unless we could attract those to our stall on the night in the festival.
Fortunately, things did not always fail. A few times before the Festival, our university was inundated by posters advertising a music show, which would be held for the school-yard. A concept flashed through my mind: " A music show is definitely...