Korean Beauty (Meyerhof Hall).

The year of the Rabbit for CHINESE, and the associated countries in the continent, 2023 could bring dire consequences. RED could help your rabbit hop to a safe landing.

For those who subscribe to the proponents of Zodiac mythology, RED is the mitigator. Red shoes, red handbags, even red underwear!

Pastries before the Concert (Notice, the red box).

It’s Baltimore Maryland; (January). Asians are a staple in our society. Our new Governor is Black (a first) and our outgoing governor (white) is married to an Asian from Korea. Our primary Concert Hall is the Meyerhoff; so, what better way to show “inclusion” than to have the splendor of this community at this facility, in celebration of the Lunar New Year. A first for Baltimore!

Noodles! A must have, at Asian gatherings. (Photos by OSC).

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra was conducted by Ms. Yue Boa (Houston Symphony Orchestra); guest violinist, Stella Chen, hobbled out on crutches, and thrilled the packed house with the speed of her fingers on the violin, at times, making it look as though the violin is in replacement for that loved one that took her breath away.

It was a thrilling night, that lasted four hours with a potpourri of music and food in the foyer:

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