Day 63. Billy Elliot

Hey, if you’re looking for the Broadway of the year, Billy Elliot is definitely one of the must-sees. Personally I think all the musicals are great. It’s hard to get disappointed after walking out from the theater. If you like the movie, the musical version is probably going to win your heart again. Besides kids’ dazzling dance performance, it’s funny to see how they curse in British ascent. You’ll also find people smoke a lot on the stage, which is absolutely wired to see both kids and smokers on the stages. I love the theme, the mixture of the music and the scenes, the acting, the dancing, especially the dancing from a 11-year-old kid. It’s now my must-see-again musical.

Billy: “I don’t want a childhood. I want to be a ballet dancer.” ~ From Billy Elliot

Day 63. Kiwi

Day 63. Kiwi: one of the top fruit for Vitamin C.

A fun fact today, if you want to have your kiwi 奇異果 (qi/ yi\ guoV) becomes soft and sweet, put an apple next to it. This will catalyze the kiwi and makes it matured before eating.

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