Supreme Master Ching Hai (vegan): They are the countrymen of the Secretary-General of the United Nations. So please welcome the Korean group. These are my people. From Korea. I’m proud. (And they represent You very, very well.) I’m proud of you. (We’re all very proud of you. That was really beautiful and colorful, and so vibrant.) They are Association members. Spontaneous and impromptu almost. Because we came here not to dance actually, just they like to offer something to Mexico. You saw them handing out flyers somewhere on the street yesterday, yes, in front of the (Cancún) Messe. These, some of them, yes.Mariana Tosca (vegan): Our next performer is well known for three things, and I bet you, you can’t guess what they are. He has good vibrations. He popularized surfing in the USA. And he gets around, round, round. He gets around. Al Jardine is a founding member of one of the most well-known and most loved band of all times, The Beach Boys. He is an American icon, and the music of this band still resonates. There he is! Yes, the music of that band still resonates in the minds and heart of millions of fans worldwide.Lionel Friedberg (vegan): So people, Al, the guy in the middle, provided the harmony vocals and was the guitarist, of course, for The Beach Boys. Singing lead on songs such as “Help me Ronda,” “California Saga,” “Vegetables,” “Transcendental Meditation,” many, many others. This outstanding group has been awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, and Al was also inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.For this evening’s performance, Al will be performing three pieces for us. The first is his original composition adapted from Supreme Master Ching Hai’s own poem, “Eternal Ballad.” His second number will be “Surfer Girl,” with music and lyrics by Brian Wilson. And finally, he will perform “Kokomo,” with music and lyrics by John Phillips, Scott McKenzie, Mike Love and Terry Melcher. Al Jardine will be lead vocalist accompanied by his sons, Matt and Adam. Take it away, boys.