Moving dance and soul set about being alone, for Monday Moods this week.
Sunday Selection this week finds Hong Kong Beat in an experimental mood, listening to some off the track indie and alternative music.
Soon saying farewell to sons, daughters or friends heading off to university overseas?
Hong Kong is pretty unique compared to many parts of the World in that many of our young adults, after graduating from high school, don’t just go down the road for 3 or 4 years to attend university, or even to the next city, state or county, but many fly off to the opposite side of the World for months until term break, or even the whole year.
It’s traumatic enough for the parents to see them go – I know I’ve been through it three times over 12 years – but also for the young adults themselves as they set out without the close friendship and support of great school friends they have known often for all of their lives.
Farewell dinners and teary goodbyes at the Airport are all well and good, but why not make it a fun and memorable occasion with a farewell party for friends and family, with maybe also something to look forward to in nine months time with a reunion party as well?
With flexibility in options, size and style of set-up, and wide knowledge of music across generations and cultures (take a look and listen here) Hong Kong Beat mobile disco is the perfect solution for farewell and reunion parties, whether inside a restaurant, club function room, hotel ballroom, in the garden, pool-side or out on a junk.
You can learn more about the options here.
So, if you’d like to know more or discuss possibilities, I’m looking forward to hearing from you. Just drop me a short message here.
Some say rock and roll is dead and there’s no good music these days, well here’s 10 tracks since the turn of the Century from (mostly) Millennial rock bands that would suggest otherwise.
It’s a recurring theme in so many songs; break up, fights, cheating, longing, grieving, heartbreak… Here’s a little selection from across the music spectrum to justify the chocolate box, bottle of wine, or a few fingers of single malt on a moody Monday morning.