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  • Day Three: APA Highlights

    String and percussion music will fill the performance stage today, with Chinese, Japanese, Burmese, and Sikh traditions featured. The chinlone Burmese ball game and Japanese American artist HIRO will entertain in the Family Activities tent.

    Burmese, Japanese, and North and South Indian cooking are in Tea House today, and Talkstory discussions will focus on immigration, issues affecting deaf and hard-of-hearing APAs, business issues, creating new organizations, and the history of the Smithsonian's own APA program.

    Please join us!

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

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