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It's hard for me to start doing homework tomorrow for a whole day because the day after tomorrow will be Monday, the beginning of a normal week. See what time it is, nearly twelve forty-five but I still sat in front of my laptop and typed this journal.
(I just mean, I have to save time to finish it when the quality can be proved.)
I've just came back from Hong Kong for several hours. I reached home about ten and packed my bag or did something necessary for almost two hours. Until now, I can sit in my arm chair and started my homework. However, my brain is still full of information of H7N9.
I even don't want to drink water at home because the drinking water in my home is came from Huangpu River and it just filters from tap water. I can't make sure if it's safe enough for drink, and my dad said that we'd better send some water from my home to professional detection organizations to prove that. My mum suggested that we could boil water before we wanted to drink it but it sounds difficult to do that because it cost too much time to boil water until the temperature is beyond 100°C. Although it's true that every kind of virus will be killed (evaporated) at 100°C, we still don't really want to do that.
As a normal citizen and student, I don't want to care about our country's security too much because I've already had much pressure from school or other places and I'll be very tired for solving problems from life. I want to trust our food, our water, but you can see how serious the issue is. The government should be responsible for every citizen's safety and I hope several serious series of laws or punishments will be published soon for those who do not obey the food safety laws or other solving methods. Everyone wants their country better and better, includes me.