Monthly Archives: July 2012

Paradise Circus – The Sky of Mei Mei (Part III)

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The First Story of  Paradise Circus The Sky of Mei Mei  (3) – Hope   Mei Mei had no other ways to break out from the cocoon! She had no courage, no money  nor true friends! She tried many times timidly from “dépanneur” to dépanneur ( grocery store ) almost begging to be their helper,… Read more »

Paradise Circus – The Sky of Mei Mei (Part II)

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The Sky of Mei Mei (2) –  The Thunder Storm   In China, Mei Mei’s favorite subject was Chinese writing. She loved it so much that she could not stop. Writing gave her wings and she would take off, flying and indulging her imagination with her own version of the world. After a year in Montréal,… Read more »

Paradise Circus – The Sky of Mei Mei (Part I)

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The First Story of Paradise Circus *   Preamble: When we migrate to unknown lands, we are blinded by the beauty of fairy tales and mirages! We are naive to dream that there we will surely have the things we miss in our original countries  security, freedom and happiness. We are bold enough to go through the space between earth… Read more »

Pulse of Love

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Poem Inspired by Paula Vela’s Face Book Posting of Singer Pablo Albaron and my private Salsa dance professor David Zepeda Dedicated to Paula, Claudia, Lillian, Carolina, Stephane Volet, Qiaofu Duan, Alberto and Paolo Forchielli! Pulse of Love I see myself dance Rumba in his music I see the horizon he depicts by his close voice… Read more »

Future is Shaped and Chained by Its Culture! – Fair Treatment of Women Symbolizes Further Civilization and Economic Efficiency!

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Days ago, some articles jumped into my eyes: Missing Out On A Real Estate Boom and Women Managers In Asia-Untapped Talent via Alberto Forchielli’s blog. They talked about China’s record on the issues of women’s equal rights and unused talent among Asian women within the perspective of the economy. As a Chinese woman, such articles… Read more »