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Dear Akira,

I don’t know exactly what year that you will be reading this letter, I am having a Thanksgiving in 2018. In the beginning, I have the most important message that I want to know!  Did you propose to Kiko? I think if things go well as planned or will, you and her should be have been married. If the answer is negative, shame on you if you feel regrets.

Back to some normal questions, how is future going?  I think at that time, most of the cars should be nearly electrical or fully hybrid. Since fossil fuel should not have been run out, those old cars powering by gasoline definitely exist, maybe there are poor people driving them due to the market demand for gasoline or rich people run those old things for showing off.

How is the food? From the recent lecture that I learned, I realize that meat footprint is a very aggressive part of our environment. I hope with so many years passed, our environment will getting better and better, which means there must be some technical ways that help to solve the footprint problem.

The living is my another concern, where do you live right now? Is the place where you are from? or you have already settled down in this new home that you explored back to 2012. I guess you may know some concepts of the land.  The land use in America or maybe worldwide, are they even worse or someone genius thinking out some way to fully use them without causing environmental issues?

I had air pollution due to fire disaster in the capital of Cal last week.  I hope there will be fresh air for your next generation in the future.

I hope Kiran and Hanhan they both have already gotten married. They can both have a good life in the future with your help or not. Uou guys still hold tight and being a great family together. About Kiko, recent days, you made promises, no matter how hard beyond right now, you will try your best to defeat them. Do your best, No regret.

BIANCHI

 

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