Thursday, February 10, 2011

Asian Festival

Last Saturday we went to the Institute of Texan Cultures to celebrate the Asian Festival. There are tons of activities going on, interesting exhibits, shows, different kinds of Asian food and etc. I was not in the mood to take pictures during that time...it was too crowded!

To support the said festival, we wore our Philippine shirts. 
Representing...the Philippines!
Here are some tidbits of the Philippine folkloric dancers. I always get goosebumps every time I see Filipino dancers performing abroad. I love my country!
A peculiar bonsai plant, one of the many exhibits during the festival.

21 comments :

teJan said...

wow!! nice,nice nice! ka nindpot kay naa sian festival dha:)

Mel said...

nice!;-)

Hooked on Memes said...

Looks like a lovely festival. I love seeing the Philippine folkloric dances, especially the dance between the two bamboo poles on the ground.

Gee of georyl.com said...

ay sis dhemz, i have the same shirt as yours, red nga lang sya. hehehe.

Sylvia K said...

It does indeed look like a lovely, fun festival and your photos are delightful! Thanks for sharing the fun with us!! Hope you've enjoyed a great week and have a fun weekend!

Sylvia

carinamodella said...

nice tees! you and akesha are so lovely :)

shengy said...

i usually have goosebumps too

chubskulit said...

Nalala ko tuloy nung nasa Korea kami sis hehehe.. Dito meron din pero di naman ako attend, ala sa mood hehehe..

♥GossipMama♥ said...

Mabuahy ang mga pinoyyyy, sus wish gyud ko na sauna tsang nga moapil anang mga sayawa, sus naapil ko sa school ra mn uy. dream gani nku mo apil sa sinulog, pero maka perform mi sa sinulog sauna didto ra mn sa fuente nga halad ug didto sa sto nino, gusto nku tong parade nya magbahag ko hehehe

ka nindot ninyo diha bayot uy mura all year round mn ang fun ky walay winter hehe. nagmilagro ra ang snow. diri magmiagro dili mag snow hehehhe

agi ko bayot, naunsa gi sid ok mn ko uy. kisses sa kulot nga naka Cebu

Paula Scott said...

I suppose I shouldn't be surprised that there is an Asian Festival in TX, but it is! Was there any good pansit being served there? Makes me hungry for Filipino or just about any Asian food!

Rinkly Rimes said...

I hope you get back to your homeland very soon.

eden said...

Ka nice, enjoyed gyud kaayo mo. Maayo kaayo pagka pose ni Akesha, maayo pagkatudlo..hehehe.. by the way, love your outfits.

Vernz said...

Haguy... kinsa ng mga dancers Dhemz... hahaha.. agi ko.. kanidot aning inyong field trip oi..

imriz said...

we, pinoys better loved our own db...wag nlng makikinig about politics, bka itakwil mo pinas, haha.

agree, luv that shirt, i have one, in the same color as urs, wehhh

anne said...

Very very nice, parang nasa pinas ka na rin hehehe

Arvin U. de la Peña said...

ayos ang posing ni akesha..tiyak madami ang asean people na nanood kasi asian festival,hehe..

Silvergirl said...

dami bang tao? Oo nga parang sa pinas ka, ang sbi ni anne and I agree.

Ganda ng bonsai.

Mel Alarilla said...

Hahaha, ang ganda naman nang kuha ninyong magina, pareho kayong slim and chic na chic. Ang galing na talagang mag pose ni Akesha, akala mo professional model, lol. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

beng said...

Ganda nung mag-mommy oh!!

Good to know meron naman palang festivities dyan na nagpapakita ng ating native dances! That's nice!

Lulu said...

love the bonsai.. wish naa ingana dire kay muadto pod ko

Hazelicious929 said...

Hi Dhemz! Are you in Texas? Or pasyal lang? I mean, you guys living in Texas na?

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