Jingju at Swansea

Jingju at Swansea

Live, Travel
This time, I was invited to perform at the Brangwyn Hall, Swansea. This was the first time I visited Wales, and the furtherest I have travelled for performance. Swansea is a nice little seaside city, having its own history and unique characters. Although we did not get a chance to tour around much, except a morning walk along the beach, we were charmed by it. It was very nice to get out of London, and have a breath of the fresh seaside air. During our morning walk, we encountered many lovely dogs, their running silhouettes against the bright sunlight and the glistening sea, the sight was really as if popping out of a painting. Jingju: Brangwyn Hall It has been quite a while since I have performed this piece of…
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Affirmation Statement

Affirmation Statement

Live
From this moment on I commit 100% to my personal development and every aspect of my life. I know all the obstacles and difficulties are only temporary, in fact they are essential for me to become a better person, the person I want to be.   Health From this moment, I commit to take care of myself, which starts from my health. I will do so by putting food with high nutritional value into my mouth (such as lean meat, fresh fruits and vegetables, and nuts). I will value more of the food quality, rather than the taste. Physical exercise is crucial for me to achieve good health. I will commit to at least 30 minutes of physical exercise every day. This may be hard, but any pain or discomfort…
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Taste of Anatolia: good food doesn’t need to look perfect

Taste of Anatolia: good food doesn’t need to look perfect

Eat, Street Food
Hawksmoor at Shoreditch is having a soft launch until end of March. But because we were too slow, all the places were booked out. Sad face. Never mind, but we decided to eat out today anyway. We were planing on going to a nice restaurant, then we just walked into a fund raise food fair: Taste of Anatolia.  Everything there was home made, from Shish Kebaba to bakalava. Obviously, the food there did not look as good as ones from the restaurants, but for me there is something special about the homemade food, maybe it is because of those imperfections. I am a big fan of supporting local community events, and Taste of Anatolia was one of them. Like I have mentioned, a good eating experience is not just about…
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