The NoMi lifestyle isn’t all hardcore politics, activism, outreach and anti-slumlord battles. Sometimes we just get together and find ways to entertain ourselves using our children or our pets. Or our pets and children together.
Here’s a little Christmas Eve entertainment on the Jordan Pond. CC and her dog WangWang (pronounced “wong wong,” Chinese for little prince) have learned piano together. CC’s fingers gliding the keys and WangWang on the vocals.
CC is well known for having awesome birthday parties and being one of the most uniquely bilingual children most adults know. She speaks and reads Mandarin Chinese just as well as she speaks and reads English.
She recently had her own table at the Indoor Farmer’s Market held at Local D’lish where she drew Chinese characters with sentimental meaning picked out by the customers who had the option of leaving her a tip.
And as you can see from this video, she has learned to play piano like a pro. And WangWang loves to help.
Life in NoMi is highly enjoyable, never a dull moment, and quite normal.