The ladies and I finally got out of Hong Kong after about fifteen hours. It was so weird staying at the airport overnight. Since we arrived we’ve been getting settled in and getting the girls familiar with the culture and the main people we will be working with. Our promotional activities just started this past Thursday with a radio interview. We have another radio interview on Tuesday, a sticker stop event on Saturday and then the girls are getting ready for their press conference. The ladies are doing very well transitioning into the environment.
The days go by slower that’s for sure and everything revolves around being sporadic, as opposed to having a set plan in place. Like I said before it’s a test of faith and a test of patience. It’s Sunday here. The ladies are in Batangas since they were invited to sing at a church there. I’m in our condo just working on the events that are coming up when I return home. My mind is more at home than what is going on here. Maybe because I already know what’s going to happen here.
It helps that there are a lot of supportive people here for the girls, especially when it comes time for me to leave. We ended up in the same condos as another artist named April. It’s so weird because we’ve crossed paths in the past and she’s closely connected to us — so it feels like we’ve known her for years. We’re looking forward to lasting relationships with everyone here.
I think that’s the great thing about travelling and being in different countries — meeting new people and having great relationships with everyone. The best part is realizing that you’re not alone in the vision you have. That there are about a good number of people out there who are doing the same thing as you.
I’m ready to travel to the next country.