Being in Paris this
year after five years spent full-time in Hong Kong
(I am currently doing an acting training at Cours Florent in
Paris) means that I can spend more quality time with my friends back
Yesterday, I went to
my friend Soraya's - who is French born Algerian - traditional wedding. She
was my BF when we were teenagers and used to bring me to such Arabic weddings but
yesterday was really the first time I was so moved. The music, the dancing, the
"youyous" (sounds made by woman to express celebration), the amazing
dresses (the bride has to wear at least 5 different dresses during the evening!) and the rituals… everything was totally thrilling and inspiring.
As a friend, I was
deeply moved. As an artist, I knew there was something in the air that I will
someday use either in my acting or writing.
This evening reminded
me that multiculturalism has always been a main vector in my life. And that’s why
I chose Hong Kong five years ago.
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