Ooops, it was my birthday today.
Went down to the Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts to finalize Review Passes for Opening Night on May 13th,
The new show Senses is going to be interesting as it features Tang Jia Li, a beautiful dancer aslo known for her book contating nude photography.
Popped over to the Alcan Dragon Boat Festival to talk with General
Manager Ann Phelps about a few things. Ann gave me postcard of
the Canada Post dragon boat stamp that came out in 2003. It features my
friends from the Wasabi Women Team Huge, from Portland Oregon as the
team in the foreground – They will be so jealous when they see my
postcard. Here's a better image – click here!
Dropped by the CBC building and talked with Andrew Li, from CBC Radio's
“The Early Edition.” Andrew wants to have me on “The Early
Edition” at 8:00 am Monday morning for a discussion about “Senses” the
new Chinese oriented show at the Centre in Vancouver for Performing
Arts. Last year I did a commentary for CBC Radio, based on one of
my BLOG entries, titled Terracotta Warriors ignites War of Words.
Oh yeah… just on the CBC plaza, I bumped into actor friend Adrienne Wong, who just finished taping a segment for her Arts report for On the Coast. Inside the CBC cafeteria, I bumped into Moyra Rodger who produced the CBC TV special Gung Haggis Fat Choy. What a wonderful way to celebrated by recieving hugs from friends.
Went for a walk around Whytecliffe Park with my girlfriend, then off to
Salmon House on the Hill for dinner with my parents and my 94 year old
Grandmother. Aldergrilled salmon, halibut and ahi tuna yum! The Quail's Gate
2003 Limited Release Gewurztraminer was superb definitely picking some
up for home use. The Sweet and Sour prawns appetizer was
especially good but we decided to have dessert at home. My
Mexican Hat Cake from the Notte's Bon Ton bakery – a family tradition.