"It's the first time I won't be at home for the mid-autumn festival."
"Do you feel sorry for that?"
"No, there is no meaning of being together only for family photos in social media to have the likes."
"Your parents pay a lot of attention on social media?"
"Yes, don't your parents? They are the generation meet social media at mid-age and more addicted to it than the young people."
"Why? I only see the news parents crying for teenagers' lives are ruined by social media."
"The truth is often too ubiquitous to be read in the newspaper. For example, peer pressures, one of the common motivations of an individual joining communities. The young addicted to computer games will grow up and move to new places and meet new people. There is a low odd of a boy from 15 to 25 staying with the same group of guy and their biggest interest is playing games. As for our parents, their lives are more like a box letting things in but not out. High odds for them from 45 to 55 staying with the same group of guy and their biggest interest is gossiping about others' unhappiness. So watch out the socializing way of your parents on the internet."