Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Asian Heritage Street Celebration




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"The Asian Heritage Street Celebration is organized by the AsianWeek Foundation in cooperation with over 150 organizations in the local and Asian American community. It is the largest outdoor gathering of Asians in America and features arts and crafts vendors, two stages for live performances, carnival rides, import car show, kickboxing ring, Asian food vendors and more." - www.asianfairsf.com


"The goal of the AHSC is to promote and foster pan-Asian Pacific American identity by bringing together communities and encouraging dialogue and sharing of diversity." - www.asianfairsf.com



Filipino stalls.
We bought sinigang mix since hubby loves pork sinigang.



Yummy Filipino food. Had chicken adobo and pork barbecue with rice for lunch.


Posed for memento.

17 comments:

  1. That looks like a fun and yummy festival.

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  2. Witam , ciekawy blog i fajne zdjęcia , pozdrawiam , Andrzej :)

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  3. Thanks for coming Tammie and Andrew!

    So thankful for google translate. They rock! koand said:

    "Hello, interesting blog and great photos, cheers, Andrew"

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  4. That was a great street celebration! Thanks for sharing

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  5. Hi Shey,
    Lovely pictures of the festivities. I just left CA - we had a great visit. My daughters and my daughter-in-law are Asian. I have beautiful part-Asian Grandchildren.

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  6. I love events like this. It would be nice to attend this one. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. all people of the world should be proud of their heritage. it is just one world we live in and it's about time we tried. great pics, lovely post as usual take good care, jack c

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  8. That looks like a fun way to spend the day and the food looks amazing!

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  9. Am having trouble with my connection, and I am back. Anyway, I like to participate in this kind of festival. It makes us appreciate our culture. We have one coming up in June, celebrating the Philippine Independence. Now, I think you have "Filipinized" hubby eating sinigang!

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  10. Looks like you had a great ime with all the entertainment and food.

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  11. Looks like a great celebration. All that yummy looking food has made me hungry.

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  12. What a fun festival and some very cool photos..

    That food looks yummy, especially since I haven't had breakfast yet !! :-)

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  13. This is fun!
    You get to know so much about other countries.

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  14. Thanks for sharing these photos! I feel very proud. Yummy chicken adobo and that lumpia shanghai :)

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  15. As if you needed another reason to vist SF! It must be so nice to live there! As always, thanks for sharing. The photos are especially beautiful!

    I hope you don't mind I gave your blog an award. If you want, check my blog under the post called "Kreativ Blogger Award."

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  16. Sounds interesting and lot of fun.

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