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  • Day Two: APA Highlights

    The Filipino American community came together from 6 to 8 p.m. to fill the performance tent with two hours of music and dance that ranged from traditional to modern. Earlier in the day, discussions had focused on arts, unions, and community histories.

    Venison, greens, and rice dishes were some of the features in the Tea House. Japanese doll-making, Korean mask-making and Korean calligraphy enthralled kids of all ages all day.

    Phil Tajitsu Nash is the curator of the Asian Pacific Americans program at the 2010 Folklife Festival. 

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