These Women Started A Flash Mob At A Mall. At 0:55, I Cracked Up
Lifemark looks like a sleek architecture firm, but beneath the glossy surface and the awards, there's a sweetly humanitarian side. They advocate for new homes to be built with their set of design standards (Lifemark accreditations) that are specifically seeking to promote the health and safety of elderly residents. Lifemark's dream is to have its New Zealand residents-- one third of whom, within 20 years, will be over the age of 65-- live at home independently for as long as possible. All the participants in this flash mob are over the age of 65 and, according to the event's organizer, "never thought they would be a dancer, let alone a hip hop dancer."