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      I’m Canadian, but my father often worked overseas. My earliest memories are not of Vancouver, where I was born, but of Malaysia, where I spent my first five years.  The person who took care of me then was not my mother, but Anna, the housekeeper. She was a Chinese Malay and I spent most of […]
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Poppin’ Wheelies

Kids in France practicing their tricks to Clap Your Hands and Say Yeah.

2 Responses

  1. Learning your tricks is both absorbing and satisfying. When you master one, you KNOW it and nobody can bully you out of what you just achieved.

  2. I’m too old to learn these tricks…but i sure can appreciate them, I love these videos like this!!!

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