2009年4月25日 星期六

Parade

Su Zhou city government is celebrating the opening of its travel festival by inviting show groups from several countries and places.


I took Winston and Jessie's older son to watch the parade. We had waited for one hour before the parade started. The kids almost lost their patience. But after the parade, they got no complaints. For this kind of celebration, pictures are always better than words.


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Religious Rites are popular in some places of China.

This is a tradition in some places of China where some kids are selected for religious celebration. The "real" kids sitting on the top are wearing traditional Chinese costumes. This rite is still popular in some places. However, you can see the ones holding the high chairs are older folks. It would be hard to pass this tradition to younger generation. Soon this can only be seen in the Discovery Channel.


China's Minority Group --Harvesting.





Sunny Sunflower kids.



Africa --Barbarian Dance.


Thailand Dancing group.

Scotland Band.


French Clown and Dancing Ladies.






Brazil Semba Dance.









Hawaiian Hula Hula Dance.

Hope you enjoy the feel and fun.



Have a nice weekend!


3 則留言:

james oh 提到...

Thanks for sharing with us such a lively colorful photos rich of cultures from all over the world. No wonder the two kids not complaining after the parade.

Cheers and you too have a wonderful weekend.

Dan Perin 提到...

I really enjoyed the photos of the parade and the insight to the Chinese community.

June 提到...

Thanks for stopping by. You guys' blogs are chicken soup for mind, which I would take whenever there is new ingredient. So, when you stop by, I feel someone send the chicken soup on my door. It feels great.