Oh, Ke, Okeydokey!
( Vincent Ke Events )
O Canada, the Canada Anthem, proudly was sung by a large group of more than 600 people, constituents with their families – seniors and kids.
On the evening of March 3, 2018, at the Oriole Community Centre, the Lantern Festival celebrations attracted hundreds of residents in Don Valley North riding. (The Lantern Festival is celebrated on the fifteenth day of the first month in the lunisolar Chinese calendar.)
Senator Victor Oh and Mr. Vincent Ke, the Ontario PC MPP Candidate for Don Valley North riding, greeted the audience with their best wishes that the two received tons of applause and cheer.
Senator Oh praised Mr. Vincent Ke for his dedication to the Don Valley North residents. He said, “Mr. Ke is the right person who represents the community as an MPP candidate.”
Mr. Vincent Ke expressed his heartfelt thankfulness to Victor Oh, to his constituents, and also to all of his campaign team volunteers for making the evening such a success.
Mr. Vincent Ke promised to work for the community and to be listening to the voice of the people. He said,”I will do my best in the final sprint to the election for MPP in Don Valley North. And I need your support!”
Some supporter applauded, “Oh! Ke! Okeydokey!” ,“Key to the Victory!” ,“Victor & Vincent! V V double V! Win!”
Apparently, both Oh and Ke were warmly welcomed by many of the comers that evening.
The parents with kids and some of them with their senior families all enjoyed the get-together with delicious food and tea.
Laughter was delighted and happy. Smiles of amusement were on every face.
Prepared for this event were several traditional activities, like riddles and puzzles, writing red antithetical couplets, hopscotch, basketball shooting, basketball-dribbling-relay, three-legged race, and balloon-stomping.
Jack Chen has been living in Toronto for nearly 20 years. He said to the emcee, “I love this beautiful country. And I’m so appreciated for the help of my friends, my neighbours and from the government of three levels. And I would like to thank the organizers for a successful rally tonight.”
Jessica Wong, a ten-year-old girl with a pony hair, asked one of the event volunteers if she could come again for the next year’s Lantern Festival celebrations.
At the end of the rally, came again “Oh! Ke! Key to the Victory!”, “Victor & Vincent! V V double V! Win!”