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NIH Asian Cultural Program, May 28

Everyone is invited to continue the celebration of the 27th anniversary of the NIH Asian/Pacific Islander American Heritage Program in Masur Auditorium, Bldg. 10 between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. on Friday, May 28.

Most of the performers and musical pieces will be featured for the first time at NIH. The program will include performances of music and dance from: China, by the Glorystar Children's Chorus; Korea, by the Washington Korean Dance Company; Thailand, by the Thai Cultural Group of Washington; India, by the Sri Kuchipudi Dance Academy and the Dance for Health Society of Washington; and Japan, by the Kikuyuki Dancers — Prof. Onoe Kikuyuki will be making a special appearance.

A reception in the Visitor Information Center will immediately follow the program. Everyone is invited to the reception to meet the artists and to sample Asian pastries and snacks.

There is no admission charge for the performance and reception, and no reservations are necessary. As this is a family affair, children of all ages are welcome.

The program is sponsored by the NIH Asian/Pacific Islander American Heritage committee, the NIH Asian/Pacific Islander American Organization, CC, NCI, NHLBI, NICHD, NINDS, NLM, NIHFCU and OD/NIH. Sign language interpretation will be provided. For more information and reasonable accommodation, call 496-2906. Contact person is Victor Fung, email: orvf6n@nih.gov Nancy Wright, 496-6766.


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