There won't be a next time for Mann Hann.
|The tea tastes odd. The plate and utensils needed better dishwashing.|
|Everything seems dry. Very disappointed with the dumplings. |
I always have a bad impression with dumplings sticking on the
bottom of the plate when served.
|The Spicy Spareribs has a kick that I like, but it's quite rubbery and dry. |
Mama can cook way better than this!
|I forgot to take a photo of the big bowl of Hototai. |
I hate how the veggies and everything in it were sliced, and they were dry!
There won't be a next time for A-Gan Tea either.
|I agreed to drink at A-Gan Tea because my |
officemate wanted to. I had A-Gan
Milk Black Tea (blue) and it tastes more like
evaporated milk w/ faint hints of tea.
The jelly was so soft too.
I hate everything about it.
|The WiFi was so slow, I ended up taking photos.|
|Because I get sad when I waste drinks (or food), |
I ended up drinking it all down.
Les Misérables was the day's saving grace.
Like its characters in the end, I have found my salvation.
I have never read the book, but I'm very much familiar with Les Misérables because of club stuff in high school, a project in college, and from watching the anime Les Miserables: Shoujo Cosette, and the 1998 film adaptation.
|Looks nice. I wish I could bring them home.|
|Been waiting for this since last year, and I was quite pleased.|
|They were selling the film's motion picture soundtrack. |
I don't think anyone was buying. :(
|We waited for 5 hours! The 1st showing was already full |
so we ended up with the 2nd, which was also nearly full!
Fortunately, there were 3 seats left for us!
On Hugh's Performance:
On Anne's Performance:
Samantha Bark's sang so sweetly that you wish life had never been mean to her. I felt Eponine's pain. I also liked actors and actresses of Gavroche, young Eponine, and the Thenadiers. Highly commendable both for their acting and singing. My favorites were: I Dreamed a Dream, Look Down, Do You Hear The People Sing?, Master of the House, A Little Fall or Rain, and Empty Chairs at Empty Tables. Of course, I won't deny that there were dragging and terrible parts in the film, but there were more good scenes so it wasn't much of a problem. It was good enough. The film did not become a favorite, but it will definitely be a constant reminder for many things.
"To love another person is to see the face of God." -Jean Valjean (Les Miserables)It is one of the best lines I've ever heard. Ever. I think it is to be taken as whatever it is that you love, it will bring you your own kind of salvation. Thank you, Victor Hugo.