Finale at the Lantern Festival

Photo Credit: Eva Loh


I pulled these photos of the Finale off of Facebook. Wong Keung performed the Dragon and Woo Ching White Crane, the Lion. These photos capture more of that incredible feeling that took place in the crowd when smoke and confetti and Lions and Dragons and Drums filled the space of the Greenway park turning it into... magic. I felt like a kid. Look at the smiles on people's faces rushing to capture the event on film. It really was something.

Comments

Adriana Li said…
These pics are even more amazing! They really capture how it felt!
Paulo Teixeira said…
I have 4 videos up on YouTube of the event and this one starts with your performances and then eding with the dragon and lion dance.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OGpAy2zK2o&list=PLfiUWslpPfwxtbXGwEppjSDUjU3vzBveS&index=8

The audio is missing in 1 part and distorted in another part since I used the auto feature that removes copyrighted audio. if you don't do that, the video might not be playable in some devices. Anyway, I thought you'd like to see it so I'm sharing it.
Adam Cheung said…
Thank you so much! Are you by any chance the person I shook hands with?
Adam Cheung said…
And on another note... are you by any chance Cape Verdean? I right article for the Cape Verdean News Network as well. http://cvnetworktv.com/food-for-work-calories-famine-and-plantations/
Adam Cheung said…
In any case I think your video deserves it's own post. So I will do that
Paulo Teixeira said…
I'm the one that asked you if you have a YouTube channel. I had the big black camcorder in my hand.

As for my nationality, I'm Portuguese. I was born in Sao Miguel, Azores but I've lived most of my life in the US.I do go back to Sao Miguel sometimes for vacation.
Adam Cheung said…
It would be funny if you, me and Brian Anime, could go to Dim sum or something and we got it on video.I need to learn more about the Azores. Thanks for sharing.