This essay is very much a piece of work that few people will concern in the western world, yet it is very important to a student like us. I still remember when I was a student in Hong Kong, we need to wear uniform everyday to school. Although I! |m a small! S Skid!" , I have several sets of uniforms for me to change everyday. I, as a! SSN on-uniform radical!" , will now present you my very negative opinion upon my experience of wearing the! SS God knows who design such an immoral!" school uniform. I have to say that wearing tight clothes in the! SS Great!" Asia area is like a prisoner being tightened by a chain with a torturing soul. Imagine, the temperature right now is about thirty-two degree Celsius, and you are sweating because there is no air conditioning in your room.
A fan will do the work of blowing the wind, yet when you turn on the motor, you find out that you are enjoying the! Shot!" wind. Basically, you are like a hot dog being pressed hard by two pieces of bread, and you finally realize you will never want to attempt a field trip to hell because you already feel the sensation. After experiencing the torment of uniform, I finally realize that I should not say, ! SS Go to hell! !" to my friend anymore, because I! |ve already been there! A long time ago, if my memory serves me right -- -- Well -- -- not really because I don! |t even remember when, but I recall that I have asked my father before, I said, ! SSD ad, why do I need to wear the school uniform? !" After recognizing a blank stare from his face, I found out that he is not the! SS Doctor Owl!" who knows everything. Therefore, I came up with an answer that there must be a! SS evil force!" or perhaps a! SSdark side!" forcing us to wear it; strangely, I assumed that the! SSdark side!" is my principal, I told myself, ! Stone day when I grow up, I will staple the world ugliest uniform on your body and make you wear it for your whole life. !" However, as I become older, I find out that she is not the person I should blame on. As years pass by, I finally came up with a conclusion that uniform symbolizes order.
When I reflect the symbol back to the theory of the teaching method refer to Hong Kong! |s education, I eventually understand the meaning. If I didn! |t wear the! SS order!" suits, I wouldn! |t be a man who knows what is right and what is not; I wouldn! |t be a man who knows clearly about the right to play a role in society. To sum up my idea, I think the! SS not-so-comfortable!" clothes have benefited me in some way, yet I will still held my thought like before, which is, ! SSI STILL HATE TO WEAR UNIFORM! !".