If you have only 6:13 minutes to spare, then do yourself a favour and watch this spellbinding YouTube video (the second one) embedded in Tess’s blog as she tells of going to the theatre in Shanghai.
“A grown male and a young boy, supposed, toys did awesome contortions, again fluid and dazzling. Control of movement and upper body strength were the major players.”
I hope you have time to read as well … Tess has some great flash fiction there as well as her trip to China.
When we arrived at the hotel for dinner, a clamor for the small elevator ensued. We had eight bodies crammed into this inadequate space, but something wasn’t right. Someone piped up Sue was missing. The rest of us continued on the restaurant (7th floor stop), and Jackie returned to street level to find her. At the last minute, Sue had decided to change her shoes on the bus and hadn’t noticed we’d all left.
- Scrambled eggs
- Tomato and egg drop soup
- Noodles (delicious, cannot guess flavour)
- Potatoes with chicken in dark sauce
- Sweet and sour chicken balls with red and green peppers
- Eggplant in some kind of sauce
- Breaded fish
- Thin, pizza-flavoured crescent biscuits
- Baby Bok-choy
- Cut up orange for dessert
(Can you believe I hadn’t taken a picture. Yes, I’m surprised as well.)
Dinner finished by 5:45 p.m. but the bus wasn’t due until 7:00 to take the…
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