Mia is just like Vincent prefers to throw her own birthday party every year because dinner at the Outback with a bunch of paper hats just won’t do it for her. This time the party was in a small cafe/art gallery in Meguro with live painting, wine tasting and Mia’s own Balinese dance performance. She’s been dancing for years now and every time it’s a breathtaking experience to watch her. In Asian dancing everything from head to toes moves in different directions and you as a dancer have to control it simultaneously and make it look effortless and graceful. Whether it’s a Balinese dance or a dance of a Geisha, take a closer look at how eyes move in one way whereas the rest of the face stays still as if wearing a mask and then the hands and legs move the other way making every move so unexpected and interesting.
At the party I happened to meet a bunch of strangers who knew me, that was a fun thing to discover considering I came alone. I made some friends and then met Yogi and Lille who also came by solo. It was more like a at Mia’s birthday party because there were about 50 or so people and all of them didn’t know each other at all. ^-^