The rhythm of the street

November 23rd, 2007 Fay

Here’s the last post from FEAST. Enjoy the film by Alan Stockdale fusing images http://cialistadalafils.com/ from Shanghai and Edinburgh (no prize for guessing which is the city of cyclists) with music inspired by the making of dim sum and performed at the Eating Place in Castle Street. That’s just three minutes to dance to the rhythm and spirit of the street.

There is no Chinese word for FEAST. As Kimho explains, the calligraphy combines four characters: living, colour, vibrant, aroma.

“When you combine these four it means something like ‘things coming together’”, says Kimho, “in other words life is more enjoyable and meaningful with this combination. That is the closest we come to FEAST”

Read more about that in Found in Translation, and while you are at it, check out the other intriguing insights in stories of our supporters and sponsors.

Thanks to all of you again for taking the chance to support something very different. Food, film and music in a public place – as one member of the audience said with a big grin on his face: “It’s not a combination I would have dreamed of. But do you know something, it really works!”

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