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Intercultural Performances

Arno Grancher, a junior from France, drums during the Club Latinos Unidos performance. Jerome Ramos, who considers himself ‘New Yorican,’ (Because he is from New York but has Puerto Rican ancestry), dances.
 
Takeshi Obayashi, right, and Hamano Istuto march with fellow members of the Japanese Student Association.
 
Current HPU students were not the only ones putting on a show. Children representing various cultures perform during Intercultural Day.
 
Two Vietnamese women perform a traditional dance during Intercultural Day on Fort Street Mall.
 
Michelle Santos, Phillipine born, but Norwegian raised.
Sileli Solofua, left, and Andrea Loma lead the United Samoan Organization, which marched towards the back of the parade. But as usual, the USO received plenty of attention.
 
James Whippy, of Guam, slaps himself during the USOs performance.
 
Surasak Chanaudo Mpassorn and Sutthisiri Amatyakul represented Thailand during the parade.
 
Christian Clemente and Kristin Johnsson, the Swedish king and queen, wave to the crowd.
 
This shot does not tell the whole story of the crowd size for the performances.
Photos by Baxter Cepeda and Rody Rodriguez

 

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