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A Celebration of Asian Culture

Delve into the arts, cultures, and marine environments of Asia during the Aquarium of the Pacific’s seventeenth annual Autumn Festival. Autumn Festival highlights the traditions and cultures of Japan, China, Korea, and the Philippines through a weekend of learning opportunities and family entertainment celebrating the rich diversity of Asian and Asian-American cultures.

Saturday Schedule of Events
10:00 a.m. Chinese Zither (Guitar) Performance – Christine Summers
10:15 a.m. Children’s Cultural Storytelling – Ryujin Taiko
10:40 a.m. Lion Dance and Kung Fu Demonstration – Northern Shaolim Kung Fu
11:45 a.m. Tea Pot Balancing & Changing Faces – Wei Zhong
12:20 p.m. Korean Singing – Haemil Performing Group
12:30 p.m. Arthur Nakane – One-Man Band
12:55 p.m. Japanese Taiko Drumming with Saxophone – Ryujin Taiko
1:40 p.m. Japanese Folk Dance – Minyo Odori Kotobuki No Kai
2:30 p.m. Chinese Dance – Clear Cosmos Art Studio
3:10 p.m. Malaya Filipino American Dance Arts
3:30 p.m. Arthur Nakane – One-Man Band
4:00 p.m. Japanese Taiko Drumming – Yuujou Daiko
Sunday Schedule of Events
10:00 a.m. Chinese Zither (Guitar) Performance – Christine Summers
10:15 a.m. Children’s Cultural Storytelling – Ryujin Taiko
10:40 a.m. Lion Dance and Kung Fu Demonstration – Northern Shaolim Kung Fu
11:45 a.m. Tea Pot Balancing & Changing Faces – Wei Zhong
12:20 p.m. Karate Demonstration – Matsubayashi Shorin-ryu of Little Tokyo
12:30 p.m. Arthur Nakane – One-Man Band
12:55 p.m. Filipino Folk Dance – Kayamanan Ng Lahi Philippine Folk Arts
1:40 p.m. Heritage Award Ceremony honoring Rodney Kageyama
2:30 p.m. Japanese Dance – Bando Ryu: Kyo No Kai by Nakamura Gankyo
3:10 p.m. Japanese Taiko Drumming – Daion Taiko
3:30 p.m. Arthur Nakane – One-Man Band
4:00 p.m. Korean Dance – Kim Eung Hwa Korean Dance Academy

All programs subject to change and weather dependent.

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