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Great first week for Folklorama

The Punjab Pavilion (1770 King Edward St.) kicked off the first week of the 2018 Folklorama from Aug. 5 to Aug. 11.
 (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
Great first week for Folklorama
Photos by: Ligia Braidotti
Girls presented traditional dances at the Punjab Pavilion from Aug. 5 to 11. (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
Girls presented traditional dances at the Punjab Pavilion from Aug. 5 to 11. (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
The Punjab Pavilion (1770 King Edward St.) kicked off the first week of the 2018 Folklorama from Aug. 5 to Aug. 11. (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
The Punjab Pavilion (1770 King Edward St.) kicked off the first week of the 2018 Folklorama from Aug. 5 to Aug. 11. (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
Young men presented traditional dances and music at the Punjab Pavilion from Aug. 5 to 11. (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
The Japanese Pavilion (515 College Ave.) kicked off the first week of the 2018 Folklorama from Aug. 5 to Aug. 11. (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
The singing group Karakoro Eisa from Osaka, Japan flew in from Vancouver to sing for two days at the Japanese Pavilion. (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
The Hinode Taiko group was one of the highlights of the evening and brought a fun rhythm to the presentation. (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
The Hinode Taiko group was one of the highlights of the evening and brought a fun rhythm to the presentation. (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
A Komainu (lion) is part of the Hinode Taiko presentation and interacts with the audience. (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
The Punjab Pavilion (1770 King Edward St.) kicked off the first week of the 2018 Folklorama from Aug. 5 to Aug. 11. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
Girls presented traditional dances at the Punjab Pavilion from Aug. 5 to 11. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
Girls presented traditional dances at the Punjab Pavilion from Aug. 5 to 11. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
The Punjab Pavilion (1770 King Edward St.) kicked off the first week of the 2018 Folklorama from Aug. 5 to Aug. 11. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
The Punjab Pavilion (1770 King Edward St.) kicked off the first week of the 2018 Folklorama from Aug. 5 to Aug. 11. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
Young men presented traditional dances and music at the Punjab Pavilion from Aug. 5 to 11. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
The Japanese Pavilion (515 College Ave.) kicked off the first week of the 2018 Folklorama from Aug. 5 to Aug. 11. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
The singing group Karakoro Eisa from Osaka, Japan flew in from Vancouver to sing for two days at the Japanese Pavilion. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
The Hinode Taiko group was one of the highlights of the evening and brought a fun rhythm to the presentation. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
The Hinode Taiko group was one of the highlights of the evening and brought a fun rhythm to the presentation. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
A Komainu (lion) is part of the Hinode Taiko presentation and interacts with the audience. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)

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