After the night market watching, normally I would lead students of Brave New World to Lan Kwai Fong. Since a lot of them were the first time they ever go to a bar or a club, so they would have various expectations.
One of my beloved was from Britain, she afraid that I would just lead them to the wine bar (or public house as said in the UK). I understand the needs of my students. So we went to a club in SOHO. In New York and London, they have their Soho, and we have our Soho just cross over the Lan Kwai Fong stairs.
See the sparkling Vodka, even though the percentage of alcohol is not as high as anticipated, the fever is much higher by the dance thereof.I have students learning jazz dance and I once practiced ballet. Therefore I can have a 360 degree roundabout dancing for over 12 rounds with my partner incessantly one by one without any feeling of fainting. She disclosed her method of keeping away from fainting is to look forward before turning, and my method is to look at two points in opposite directions in the 360 degree turning, but I switched the points onto the ground instead of swinging points on the wall. Actually I was in the symphony orchestra during my college life, but I learnt ballet unofficially from those dancing performers. Thus when in Lan Kwai Fong, I could keep on the dancing with several girls non-stoppingly and the 360 degree round about turning of 12 rounds had to be multiplied by 4 to 5 times.Regretfully, this time all boys were so inward, they did not know how to dance even after my demonstration. Later on after warming up, the scene became better. Some girls were still so stagnant and another afraid of blaming by family of going to a club. Anyway there must be a first time, it is inevitable. When it is led by a mentor with the whole class surely will be better than other formats. Just like investment, it is a MUST in modern life, better facing it under guidance than skipping away from it.
Lan Kwai Fong is a famous place for mainlanders, but a little bit outdated. Modern trendy Hongkongers would go to Soho instead. I usually lead my general student to these places as they longed for. But for my beloved ones, I would lead them to Knutsford Terrace (諾士佛台) in Tsim Sha Tsui as in the photo shown underneath, where another alfresco (outdoor) scene can be enjoy in a different manner, running ahead of times.
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