The Consulate held its annual party to celebrate what they call Spring Festival here in China, but which I amÂ more used to calling Chinese New Year.
There were the usual speeches,…
…then there were some performances.
I have to confess something: I am a tiny bit of a ham. Not a lot, just a little. Really. Stop laughing. I like to get on stage and make people laugh. So when there was the opportunity to sing a song andÂ dance of stage, I admit that I sort of volunteered.
The point of the performances was to have a good time. In that spirit, I was looking forward to hamming it up on stage. Nathan, who is also a good sport, and I were the lead singers for our rendition of the Little Apple song.
In the interest of good taste, I won’t share the video of the performance here, but here are some screen shots:
After the performances, it was time to eat. The New Year holiday is an opportunity to really feast. We ate very well. And drank. And to be honest, there was a little, tiny bit of drinking before the performances. Just a little. I promise.
I can’t wait until next year’s party. I have already picked out the skit that I want to do.