A Chinese Kid lip syncs to Michael Jackson’s song, very funny!
Sally alerted me this morning that today is Chinese Valentine’s day! Chinese Valentine’s Day, or Qixi Festival (Chinese: 七夕), falls on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month on the Chinese calendar. “Chinese Valentine’s Day” seems recent years’ festival in China; similar to western’s Valentine’s Day, lovers celebrate! You may wonder why? There are many variations of the story; here is a common one.
The Story Behind Chinese Valentine’s Day
A young cowherd named Niulang, came across seven fairy sisters bathing in a lake. Encouraged by his mischievous companion the ox, he steals their clothes and waits to see what will happen. The fairy sisters elect the youngest and most beautiful sister Zhinv (who represents the star Vega) to retrieve their clothing.
She agrees to do so, but since Niulang has seen her naked, she must agree to his request for marriage. She proves to be a wonderful wife, and Niulang to be a good husband. They lived happily and had two children. But the Goddess of Heaven finds out that Zhinv, a fairy girl, has married a mere mortal human. She is furious and orders her to return to Heaven. [Read more…]
Mayday’s 2008 “Down to Earth” Singapore Concert has not only won the applause of many, they have also made history with the first sky-bridge creation turning Singapore Indoor Stadium into a 360 degree stage formation. Come 2009, Mayday promises more surprises and excitement for their Concert. So hurry! Grab your tickets now!
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Guess what? Highest Waterfall Diving Guinness World Record was BROKEN by him! The highest waterfall dive was 12.19 m (39.99 ft) and was achieved by Di Huanran (China) at the Diaoshuilou Waterfall of Jingbo lake, Mudanjiang City, China).