Sunday, January 16, 2011

Reunion dinner at Jade Palace Seafood Restaurant

We had our reunion dinner at Jade Palace Seafood Restaurant at 6.20p.m. It located at Abu Siti Lane. Dad booked a table for twelve few weeks ago. Many famous restaurants in Penang being fully booked during this special occasion.
Can you see that? Beautiful picture of grandparents and granchildren. Memorable moment of our life on 13.2.2010.
With a warm smile, bo bo took a photo with the kids. What a good news. Bo bo back to attend worship service in out station. Hope he continues to keep his faith in God.
Do grandfather and bo bo look alike?

Gu gu's and family also joined our reunion. Gu gu has three lovely sons.
The waiter arranged all the ingredients on a round plate.

Girls, eating Yu Sheng during Chinese New Year is a cultural activity for Chinese. In a ceremony known as “lo hei”, families gather around the table.
When all the ingredients had been piled on the plate, then everyone of us proceed to toss the shredded ingredients into the air with chopsticks.

What a tasty looking piggy. Both of you like crispy skin of the roasted piggy.
Shark fin soup is a popular delicacy in China, and is eaten in Chinese restaurants around the world.
Deep-fried prawns, one of your dad's favorite dishes.
Chinese cooks use various kinds of mushrooms in their daily cooking. This is one of the main course for Chinese New Year.
This plate of noodles was not delicious. We were a bit disappointed by this dish just because of its taste.

Sweet and flavorful pumpkin soup served with pau. Mom really love this dessert. We left with smiles and a few extra inches of waistline after the dinner.

Looked like grandpa and grandmom enjoyed their dinner. Lydia and Priscilla, always keep grandparents in your prayers. Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful. Dad and mom were pleased that pray before bedtime becomes your regular pratice. Walking in the presence of God everyday, my girls.

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