Empty Versailles

After months of closure, the Château de Versailles is once again open to public. Among the visitors, most of them are now French locals. Most of the tourists from other countries don't have the possibility yet to come to France, making it an exceptional period for the French people to visit Versailles. The touristic attraction... Continue Reading →

Rehearsing in Rouen

During the entire confinement I have been working on a new solo with a choreographer friend of mine who lives in Germany through Zoom. It is a new challenge to create this way because the choreographer has only one single angle to see my movements and I have very limited space to try out the... Continue Reading →

Second phase of de-confinement in France

Tomorrow, on 2nd June, France is going to enter the second phase of the de-confinement. This means the the remaining small businesses are opening again. On the other hand, the parks and gardens reopened already this weekend, and I couldn't resist having a walk in one of them. People seemed calmer. The usual aggressiveness and... Continue Reading →

Lockdown is lifted in France!

After almost two months of lockdown, the French can finally go out in public again. The whole period of lockdown lasted from 17th March to 11th May. We are going through a major challenge, especially for the health professionals who have been under extreme pressure in the hospitals, but also for many other industries and... Continue Reading →

Confinement in Paris

The entire country goes into lockdown. After the French President Emmanuel Macron's announcement on Monday evening, from Tuesday at noon, going out is forbidden except for grocery shopping or emergencies. This lockdown will last for at least 15 days in France, all the public spaces are closed except supermarkets, banks and pharmacies, but it will... Continue Reading →

Covid-19 in France

Yesterday evening, the French President Emmanuel Macron spoke for the first time on the national television about the situation of the Coronavirus epidemic in France. He announced that all the schools will be closed starting from coming Monday. Other precautions like telecommuting, limit travelling, economic assistance were also suggested. Before Macron spoke, there were an... Continue Reading →

GEM Graduation on Chinese New Year

Last Saturday, 25th January 2020, was a day of unbelievable coincidence: - It was the first day of the Chinese New Year of the Rat (me being a Rat in Chinese Zodiac and a "petit rat de l'Opéra")- and the day of the graduation ceremony at my business school, Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM). Moreover,... Continue Reading →

Happy New Year 2020!~

Before we know it we are already in 2020, in a new decade. I wish you all a wonderful year. So much is happening in the world right now, who knows what this new decade would bring us? New year is a good time to think, to plan, to have new projects and goals. No... Continue Reading →

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