Monthly Archives: May 2009

Going to China

More than two weeks ago, I started a project with 5 other classmates from the minor study “Management of Creativity and Innovation”, which is called SchoolForSchool, to further develop our creativity. For more information of this project, please visit the website June 1 is the Children’s Day in many countries including China. This holiday is simply set to honor children and minors. Schools in China usually hold activities on Children’s Day to allow students to have fun. However on June 1, 2008 the day was made even more memorable, as many people remembered the children who died in the earthquake just two and a half weeks before. 3 group members and I will leave late today for China to celebrate an extra Children’s Day with the victims from Guixi primary school in Beichuan county on June 3. We will arrive Chengdu China on the Children’s Day. I contacted a couple of TV stations and newspaper in China and they might reporting on the spot. I still have to arrange few things when I get there and I hope everything will go smoothly. After the event, I’ll visit my parents in Chongqing as they miss me very much. Yes, I’m the only child they have;-)

I would like to thank all the sponsors of this SFS project or actually my network, Ortel Mobile, Spil Games, Target Media, Jonge Sla, Help China. I on behalf of the entire team, we are really appreciate your contribution. Without your support we can’t make it happen.

Concert Beyoncé

BeyonceWith full enthusiasm I went to the live concert of the diva Beyoncé last night. About half year ago, I received this x-mas present from my boy friend. I was very excited and surprised as I’m not a real fan of Beyoncé, not of any other artists. I do like good music. You must be wondering what the good music is. My definition for good music is that the music can inspire me, give me energy and has nice rhythm and melody. To be honest, I’ve never listened to the lyrics carefully. I can any time like the artists or dislike them, so I’m not a loyal fan;-)

The concert I went last night was incredible. I’ve been to many live concerts and none of them was as good as this first Beyoncé concert I went. “Who am I, who am I…” “Beyoncé! Beyoncé!” “I’m yours”, she was bringing her 2009 “I AM…” World tour in Rotterdam Ahoy. Beyoncé is a real diva. I couldn’t believe my eyes when she did a short show in the middle stage of the hall. She is not just sexy, but she can sing well and dance well, everything she has. I couldn’t see any errors during the entire concert. It was perfect! She is worthy the title “diva”. Now I can understand why the teenager girls were screaming and chasing her around in the hall, crazy about her. I hope she will keep her route in her brilliant career and make people believe in her.

In short, I enjoyed the concert.