The “Indians” in La Bayadère ~

This second confinement in France is starting to show its effectiveness and since about a week, the numbers here are stable and began to go down. We now have around 20 000 confirmed cases daily (we hit as many as 80 000 cases per day a few weeks ago!) The shops, restaurants and bars who... Continue Reading →

Harper’s Bazaar interview

https://www.facebook.com/harpersbazaarhk/videos/386933389219312 In March 2019, when Harper's BAZAAR HK's team was in Paris for the fashion week, they needed an interpreter (Cantonese-French) in order to carry out a random street interview about fashion, skincare and French lifestyle. I accepted the job and worked for the first time in my life as an interpreter! It was a... Continue Reading →

“Confinement” in France

Today is already the third day of the new lockdown. The government announced on Wednesday evening a confinement for the whole country for at least 4 weeks, until 1st December. Unlike last time, this time the restrictions are much more flexible. While the non-essential shops (including bars and restaurants) must close down, the schools remain... Continue Reading →

Curfew in Paris…

This photo was taken earlier this week, it is how the mythical stage of the Palais Garnier looks like now due to the renovation. It was indeed a good decision of the Paris Opera to do the renovation of the two stages (Garnier and Bastille) in this period of uncertainty and when the performance schedule... Continue Reading →

Gala in Anglet

Another gala done this weekend in Anglet with my colleagues of 3e Etage. During this period of unprecedented uncertainty, I am extremely grateful to be part of the lucky artists to have the opportunity to be on stage in front of an eager audience. We originally planned to do only one show, on 27th September.... Continue Reading →

Gala in Anglet next week~

This weekend's weather in Paris is still unusually pleasant. I am entering my 10th year in France and in the past 9 years, I have never had a 28-degrees and very sunny weather in September. Normally by the end of August, we would already feel that summer is leaving and the weather slowly gets windier... Continue Reading →

An unforgettable gala in Nancy~

Just back from a roller-coaster weekend in Nancy. We had two performances on Saturday evening and Sunday matinée. The preparation of this gala had been especially complicated, we only had two weeks' time to rehearse, a program that we were supposed to do in March 2020, but it was then cancelled because of the lockdown... Continue Reading →

Gala in Nancy in a week~

After more than 6 months without performing on stage in front of a proper audience, if the conditions permit, I will go to Nancy (France) next weekend to be part of a ZD Productions gala performance, in the program Joyaux du Ballet. To make this happen, we are particularly careful during the preparation of this... Continue Reading →

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