Angelique leads the dance. The third women with the chicken fingers is Chris. One of the seated guests was trying to coach me about the hand movements for this dance but – it’s kind of like kareoke – the fun is in knowing you’re out of your league!
(c) 2004 Chris Card Fuller (About the photo – this photo was taken at the Rochester Memorial Art Gallery as part of a ‘Family Day Celebration’ which included wedding rituals from Korea, Japanese kota music, and an Indian wedding celebration along with the Chinese lantern festival.)
Happy Chinese New Year!
Today’s the day to visit Paris’s 13th arrondissement if you haven’t already. Metro: Porte de Choisy/Porte d’Ivry. There are many Chinese/Vietnamese/Cambodian restaurants to choose from. If you’re in the mood for Peking Duck, you need go no farther than the huge indoor Blvd. Massena/Euromarche shopping market complex where you’ll find the Peking Duck specialists of the neighborhood. (The restaurant Le Palais is located on the ground floor of the mall) across the street from Tricotin facing Ave de Choisy. It’s a few steps from the mall elevators if you’re using the underground car park.
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Tomorrow (Sunday) you can attend martial arts events at:
L’association “Amicale des Arts Millénaire Chinois” 18 février 2007 arrondissement 24, rue Boussingault. Calligraphy demonstrations and brush painting.
15h30 à 17h30
Mr. GU Gongdu – calligraphy demonstrations
15h30 à 16h30
Kung fu and Bagua Zhang demonstrations
16h30 à 17h30
Tai Chi Chuan and Qi Gong demonstrations and practice.