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kiengkham's korner: dragon boat festival

My husband and some cousins went to the dragon boat festival at Lake Norman. We enjoyed prizes given out by vendors showcasing the many different Asian cultures. The best food to get at the festival is my Uncle No's teriyaki chicken kabobs. The line was wrapped around and we waited 30 minutes, but worth it! The pageant and fashion show are beautiful to watch. They look like royalty! This year I enjoyed watching the Karate show. The kids are very talented and I would not want to mess with any of them. It was a beautiful day at the lake for racing. I can never stay long enough to see the winners, but it was very competitive out there! I had fun hanging out with my family at the festival. It's annual, so go check it out next year!

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  1. Oh WOw that looks cool!

    Cool that you were there girl :) I like these pictures you took :D

    Have a great day Girl!

    Cant’ wait to see you back on my blog !

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