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My first international flight. wow. First I was excited to be on a huge jet liner and then we just took off over the pacific ocean - kind of a crazy sight. Apparently I was given an aisle seat but when I got to my row a nice Chinese man motioned that he wanted to switch. so I got a window seat, pretty sweet, except it was on the biggest wing I've …
... some kind of Chinese comedy routine. Back in the hotel and still hit with jet lag, Ying and I took a nap for a couple of hours. Upon waking disoriented and extremely groggy, I turned to Ying who revealed that she was only able to sleep for 20 minutes while I laid there like a rock. After getting ready, we headed downstairs to meet the newly arrived tour group and take our bus to dinner at a nearby restaurant. Dinner was mostly uneventful, but I could ...
... it and of course I would get it on Concert day. I thought hard about staying home, but I didn't want to disappoint my kids so I went anyways. 3 of my kids were also sick and did come, so we had a small group of about 8. My kids were so so so adorable in their little snowflake costumes and performed so well. I am so proud of them. After making it through the concert our boss wanted to take us out to lunch to reward us for our hard work to get ...
... the stage, you caught a glimpse that something didn't quite fit. A peep of chest foliage over the bodice of a tutu. Leg hair crushed beneath white tights. Bulky arms and clunky Pas de Chat footfalls.
The beautiful, talented ballerinas were all men!
I enjoyed seeing the conventions of traditional ballet turned on their heads with a mix of subtle parody, overtly campy slapstick and obvious mastery of ballet techniques.
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