Thousands of Prisyadka-dancing Expats converged on the Wuxi Airport in the Shuo Feng District of Wuxi, China to greet Archduke and President Harry Moore whose plane returned from a triumphal tour of Sarajevo and Washington D.C.
The Prisyadka-dancing Expats formed three rings of humanity around the airport. When Moore’s plane landed, the Prisyadka-dancing Expats, from squat positions kicked their feet higher in the air than they had ever done before.
Moore, still dressed in the impeccably tailored blazer, slacks, perfectly tied cravat and fedora, that he wore at Ford’s Theater, received loud applause when he appeared before the welcoming throngs.
The cheers turned to screams of adulation when after performing some of his Fred Astaire inspired dance moves, Moore threw off his fedora and blazer and began to dance the Prisyadka himself.
Moore and welcoming Expats then danced the Prisyadka all the night and all the way from Shuo Feng to the Nan Chang Temple Market where Moore has a small one thousand square meter apartment. The staff employed, in the million vehicle motorcade that was to take him there, were instead able to get off work early at full pay.