When I was young, my parents took me to a Chinese restaurant to have dim sum every Sunday. The only dim sum we ordered every time was Char Siu (Barbecue Pork) Pastry.
When I went overseas for studying, I got homesick. What I really missed during my studies was the dim sum in Hong Kong, especially for Char Siu (Barbecue Pork) Pastry, so, I searched online for the recipe and made the Char Siu (Barbecue Pork) Pastry with my roommate. I remembered that the first time I made Char Siu (Barbecue Pork) Pastry was unsuccessful, we then changed a bit of the recipe in order to make it easier. My roommate and I finally made Char Siu (Barbecue Pork) Pastry successfully and we shared our products to other people in the dorm.
As time passed, I have grown up to be an adult right now. The restaurant my parents and I used to go to has already closed down. And no more dim sum trolley is pushing around the restaurant. Even for Char Siu (Barbecue Pork) Pastry, which was a popular dim sum in the past, is not easy to be found in Chinese restaurant nowadays in Hong Kong.
Thus, we should treasure every moment we have and live in the present. As once the time passes, you may not be possible to catch back something you really cherish.