This is our second time visiting Bayside Community center, and the experience of going is very meaningful and enjoyable. Zumba continues to be an intense exercise for me even after a quarter. Because our group is working on our video for the project, we were planning to film Zumba as well as interviewing some elders. After meeting Jackie, she is a lovely and strong individual who is willing to help us to act out some of the scenes. Words cannot express how much we appreciate her help. We are all amazed to learn that she is already 76. Now I understand, when we stop worrying about aging, aging is no longer our enemy. Rather than running away from getting old, one should embrace the beauty of the natural process of the life cycle. She has a very active life and always comes to Zumba. In addition to that, she also has her own style of living, and we can tell that she is delighted with her life. We also had opportunities to interact with other elders when we are discussing about how to build an age-friendly environment. Food was delicious. It was interesting to hear that different nursing schools and college programs come to the community center and educate elders about the health promotion and elder abuse. Elders shares their ideas of having more intergenerational activities in which close the bridge between the older adults and the younger generation. It was nice to have opportunities to sit down and share each other’s opinions.