CPACS’ Together Empowering Asian Americans Walk, Celebrating its 10th year! | Event Photos by Boon Vong
19th Annual Hong Kong Association Dragon Boat Festival | Lake Lanier, Gainesville, GA | September 13, 2014
August 2, 2014 | Spring Hall, Atlanta, GA | Featuring Voradeth Ditthavong and Our Local Talent
Photos from Sunday’s Cultural Events
Notes: Another rainy Saturday event for us, as LAS and our dance teams helped provide the culture portion of the evening.
Hong Kong Association Atlanta Dragon Boat Festival September 14, 2013 | Lanier Canoe and Kayak Club, Lake Lanier, Gainesville, GA www.dragonboatatlanta.com Notes: So this was my 8th year at the event. Every year I either row or take photos, and other planning stuff. Got to the lake late because I wanted to sleep in a bit, […]
Wat Buddha Khanti, Snellville, GA April 21-22, 2013
Laotian American Society 7th Annual Fundraiser. April 14, 2012 | The Grand Ballroom | Norcross, GA Sabaidee Pii Mai – Happy Lao New Year! Uncle Boon to the rescue! 😉 More Photos and Videos on the LAS FB Page.
View all posts tagged: Atlanta Dragon Boat Festival Notes: Thanks to everyone for coming out to participate in this year’s Dragon Boat Race! I think the best times were when we just sat around and talked and when we threw the football and frisbee. Oddly enough, I didn’t take a single picture of a boat or heat this year. I did […]
H.A.G.S! (Have a Great Summer!) Thanks to LAS for again organizing the Kid’s mini summer camp. Also thanks to Wat Lao Buddhakhanti for allowing us the space to teach and play.
It was another busy night at this year’s LAS Ball, but it was a pleasure meeting former US Ambassador to the UN, Mr. Sichan Siv. You’re probably wondering, what’s a party going to do to solve most of the problems in the world? Probably not much of anything, but the ability to congregate as one community is […]
Of late I’ve been trumpeting the struggles of artists, but trying to promote respect for and a better understanding of my Laotian culture and heritage is also difficult. Laotian refers to the many groups of people from the small country of Laos (silent “S”). Lao refers to the main spoken and written language as well […]
Fulton County Atrium, Atlanta, GA | March, 2007