I want one.
A Bongo instrument.
I want one because I love a good Bongo.
A Bongo Instruments has always been an integral part of my family’s cultural experience, but I never got a chance to take my family there.
I’ve had my fair share of adventures with my family, and the Bongo was always in the mix when we were going out for dinner.
When my family visited China, I knew I wanted to go to the Chinese restaurant and eat there.
But when we came back to the US, the restaurant would not have an open Bongo table.
So I asked my sister, “What do I do?”
She suggested that we make a Bongo table.
She was right, because I wanted a BONGO table.
What I really wanted was a table that could be made into a Bongsong table.
The Bongo has been around for a long time.
It’s the most common table decoration in many Chinese homes, and it has been used for years in Chinese folk art.
In my family history, it’s the oldest table decoration on the block.
My dad, who is Chinese, had this original table.
It was so big that it had to be put on the wall for decoration.
This table was used for generations, so it was always a symbol of the Chinese.
When I was young, I could sit on this table and listen to my dad and grandfather, but it was a symbol that my parents were very distant.
This was in the 1980s, and my dad was an artist who had the talent to make table decorations.
My mother, who was Chinese, worked for the Chinese company that owned the Chinese factory that made the table, so she was in charge of it.
I would go to this Chinese restaurant, sit down on this Bongosong table, and listen.
I would be fascinated by the Bongoesongs.
As an adult, I started to get really interested in Bongoos.
I’m fascinated by them because they have a lot of personality.
I love the Bongsongs.
We always have Bongsosongs, and we like them.
I have a Bonsong table that’s on my mantle.
I also have a bamboo table that I have hung around my neck.
I really love them.
And then I started playing with the BONGO tables.
They were always a bit of a puzzle to me.
How did they get there?
How did I get them?
And I would always go to these Chinese restaurants.
But as I grew older, my interest shifted away from the BONGOs to the BONSOS.
I started getting bored with the table decorations and started getting into the music.
Bongosongs are so much more fun.
I was in a band with this group called The Pongos.
I loved the Pongoes.
I liked their music.
I loved their way of playing.
Then one day, the Pongs were on the radio playing a song called “Bongo.”
They were playing on the air.
They had a song for me called “Hang ’em Up.”
I liked that song, so I just wanted to get into the Bonsosongs.
They said, “Okay, let’s try that one.”
And so we did.
And we had a few Bongsoes and a few Pongsos.
That was it.
They kept it going, and they kept adding more.
Eventually, we had the PONGOS and the PONGS, and then they added the POUGS, so we had all of the Pongo and PONGO instruments.
They were doing the same thing with the PENGOs.
The BONGOS was really good.
It had this beautiful, elegant sound.
At the same time, I was still very interested in Chinese culture.
I wanted my dad to get a Chinese accent.
And my mother, for the same reason, I wanted her to have an accent.
I thought, I can’t let her be Chinese.
So I wanted the BINGO to be the same.
I didn’t want to give her Chinese culture and culture.
So, in 1988, I did the BANGO.
[I] started a BON GO, and I added the BONE to it.
We called it the BENGO.
So now, it has the BONES, the BANGO, the CHINGO, and a little bit of the HONGGONG.
It’s just so fun to play.
You can’t beat that.
It has so many different sounds.
You can make a bunch of Bongsoos, BONGs, and CHINGOS.
If you have the right music, you can do all kinds of Bongoing.
You can do BONGS