TAIPEI (The China Publish) — Taiwanese badminton participant, Tai Tzu-ying (戴資穎), confirmed off a brand new tattoo on her left forearm on Instagram on Monday, sharing the heartwarming story behind the tattoo.
The tattoo reveals a crawling snake with handwritten encouraging phrases in Chinese language, which accurately means “Imagine in your self.”
Tai stated that the phrases have been handwritten by his father, who inspired her to consider in herself since she was little.
She misplaced twice in two weeks to Spanish badminton participant Carolina Marin within the remaining of ladies’s singles and secured second place in Bangkok on the Yonex Thailand Open on Sunday.
The highest-seeded participant has been upset because the loss, however she pulled herself collectively and accepted the consequence.
On Monday night time, she took to Instagram to share her ideas and the brand new tattoo impressed by her father.
Within the submit, Tai wrote: “I forgot what number of occasions I cried (sure, I cry too). I’m robust, however nonetheless, typically I set free my emotions.”
She stated that her father at all times tells her to consider in herself.
Nonetheless, she is aware of that her father doesn’t like tattoos so she didn’t dare to ask him to put in writing “consider in your self” for her.
After Tai’s mom talked to him into writing a phrase for Tai, Tai had her father’s Chinese language zodiac signal and handwriting tattooed on her forearm.
“After I raised my left arm to cheer myself up in the course of the contest, I used to be in a position to get quite a lot of power.”
She ended by responding to her followers’ assist, saying that “These 4 phrases have been tattooed on my arm, how might my religion being shaken?”
“No must say something extra, simply consider in your self.”