Yep! you read it right. My bestfriend, Jen and I want to go back to study Chinese and piano lesson. Not going back to school...wala kaming pera. We'll still going to ask my Orchestra conductor, Sir Danny if he will be willing to teach us Chinese and piano for free.
Inspired by the PBB Teen Winner, Kim who is also a Filipino-Chinese and knows how to speak Chinese well, I rewatched my Meteor Garden vcd, my F4 videokes, and my old Chinese books and even my very old Chinese dictionary. Lately, Jen and I were chatting in Chinese characters at Yahoo Messenger. Another way to practice our Chinese. Although learning Chinese now a days is really different from the our time. I used to Zhu Yim (the real alphabet of the Chinese language)...that was the old style, and today they use Pin Yin using the English alphabet such as "wo ai ni", "xie xie", and "wo xiang ni". I was then an orchestra assistant conductor when I learned a little how to use pin yin because mostly of the students use this if they didn't know how to pronounce chinese words. I also learned to use this due to I'm using NJStar to get the Chinese character in chatrooms and in MS word.
I don't know if my boss will permit me to have 5 days work.
I haven't played, and practiced my piano lessons for ages! I just finished beginner and never enrolled for my Grade 1 (mahal kasi ang enrollment fee). I know how to read notes though I'm too slow...maybe I'm going to have my self study and memorize the whole chord charts until dm7 (Diminish 7)...but what I missed the most is playing the violin. It has been a nightmare when I played violin but it was a very challenging one. I want to buy one soon. Magpapasama ako kay Lao Shi sa JB music Harrison para may discount.
I'm going back to watching F4 Hongkong Concert and they're singing "Zhue Bu Neng Shi Jiu Ni" now
Current Location: Las Piñas City Philippines
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