If you check up an English-Chinese dictionary for the words 'landscape' and 'scenery', the chances are that you will get the same Chinese vocabulary in both entries. However, 'landscape' and 'scenery' are not interchangeable. For example, we do not say that we admire the landscape. 'Scenery' is more appropriate in this context. Scenery is the land as it appears to a viewer. Example: The beautiful scenery attracts thousands of tourists every year. Landscape is what you see when you are travelling through a piece of land. It is a combination of hills, fields and buildings. Example: Walking through the city's metropolitan landscape, it is difficult to find a place to go when nature calls. The topic for this week's Creative Writing Workshop is: 'Writing a picture'. Write about 500 words on a picture/photo of your choice. Send us a copy of the image and your article to 'Creative Writing Workshop, Week of November 17, Young Post. Please refer to Page 10 for the address. The best entry(ies) will be published. Deadline: November 28.