I taught the girls a lot of rubber band magic tricks, and I decide to teach the boys some card tricks. I’ll not teach them any real techniques to prevent them going into gambling.
I magically produce a magic cane and rotate it in the front like those old airplanes. I walk in the front and rotates the cane to clear the spider webs and mosquitos—feels like a superhero.
After I first arrive and did my first performance, those children loved me so much and rushed into my room. They saw my iPad on my bed and started to play fruit ninja—those smart kids… However, I need to talk to the supervisor regarding further planning and must leave. Although I usually don’t let other people use my iPad without mu supervision, I don’t want to break their heart and take it away from them. So I just left and let them play—knowing the fact that they all love to kill fruits and might fight to play.
Delightfully, after I came back after many hours, my iPad peacefully lies on my bed in the state when I left. They didn’t drop it, and nobody stole it—in contrast, not to mention my bike was even locked and got stolen…
Unlike USA, where rich people live in the mountain, here it is the poors—although I still envy they have such an environment like this.
I can now see rubber bands everywhere now! This orphanage is now full of rubber bands!
I’m currently very busy in the orphanage taking care of these awesome children.
I just uploaded some photos for a quick preview.
I don’t have time to write the caption and the story yet.
You can see the photos at http://magic4hope.org/photo/journey_picture/guangyuan/day1/
When I get the time, I’ll write a detailed blog explaining those photos.