They didn't let it rain on their parade.
Despite occasional drizzle, the annual National Asian Heritage Festival and Street Fair was held on Pennsylvania Avenue today just blocks from the Capitol.
The 6-hour event featured native food, Asian art, culture, live performances by musicians, vocalists, dancers and
performance artists, Pan-Asian cuisine, martial arts, a multicultural marketplace, and
interactive ethnic activities for kids. And did I mention food?
But I think we'll just let pictures tell the story ...
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