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The Native American Hoop Dance at Page, Arizona.

The Native American Hoop Dance

Before we went to see the Antelope Canyon in Page, (Arizona), our driver drop us off at the town center where the mini trucks that would take us to the canyon are. A bunch of tourists were already there when we arrived. Everyone was told to take shelter under the shed where a hoop dance […]

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Gloria Gaynor Concert

Yes, THE Gloria Gaynor we both know. If you dont know, u are just like me—-before. I danced to her music every time I heard it—for years, but, I really didnt know the voice behind the song, “I WILL SURVIVE.” Not, until I graduated from university when I had the awakening: how foolish of me […]

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Rock On Ice at The Ex

ROCK ON ICE is an aerial acrobatics and ice-skating show at the on-going exhibition at CNE. This show is daily at 2:00 pm and 7:30 p.m. While rock songs are being played live by gorgeous members of the rock band, more than ten figure skaters hit the rink flawlessly and with enthusiasm. This is my […]

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Ladies of Caribana 2

The colours of Caribana continues. Glamorous? Nah. Shes the most fabulous and most beautiful dancer in the parade! Dont argue with me. Shes a beauty to behold. Shes my second most beautiful dancer!  Red is definitely her colour! Flirty red.  Even angels have their bad hair days! I wanna be like her. Voluptous! Its show […]

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Ladies of Caribana 1

Caribana Festival is an annual festival in Toronto to celebrate the vibrant culture, music, dance and people of countries in the Caribbean. Its a massive celebration which ends today with the most disorganized parade I’ve ever seen from 10:00 – 6:00 p.m. Imagine a parade that lasts for 8 hours! Beat that. The parade is […]

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Flash Mob in Dundas

This is my second flash mob—but my first in this city. My first was in Shanghai two months ago. Last Sunday, before we went loca for the World Cup Finals at the Soccer Nation Street Party outside the CBC Building, more than 20 of us convened in Dundas Square for the dance flash mob to […]

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Christmas Debauchery Part 1

My neighbor had a cocktail partay on the Eve of Christmas.  Right after I strolled Wangfujing Street (read previous entry), I went to dinner with “someone”, and kissed goodbye to each other after a hearty meal. It was a bit emotional but duh, I’m jaded at the moment. That cheesy, sentimental song is right: some […]

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