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Monday, February 25, 2002



Weekend Scene

EAST-WEST FEST
UH-Manoa celebrates foreign
cultures at this event


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East Indian performer Inthira Subramanayam, above, performed a traditional Bharatanatyam-style folk dance in which a woman is waiting longingly for her lover the Lord Krishna. She was one of many performers at yesterday's East-West Fest at the Imin Conference Center on the University of Hawaii-Manoa campus.




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Andrew Louis and Bruce Aichel performed a war dance from their native Mortlock Islands yesterday.




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Tram Nguyen, Nguyet Do and Nhat Le Hyunh performed a traditional Vietnamese hat dance yesterday.




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Tewaaki Teketia, a native of Kiribati, along with the rest of his troupe performed a traditional song of welcome yesterday during the East-West Fest at the Imin Conference Center on the University of Hawaii-Manoa campus. The festival is a celebration of the crafts, foods and cultures of foreign and American students attending the East-West Center.




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Yue Cui, left, was fitted for her summer kimono by attendant Aya Inoue, while Wannasiri Weerasampan, right, was helped out by attendant Megumi Tanioka.





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