An Evening of Chinese Culture at the Mets

On Sep 26th at New York Mets Citifield, they held a Chinese Culture event just in time for Moon Festival and National Holiday, “An Evening of Chinese Culture” at Citi Field before the Mets-Pirates game.

“An Evening of Chinese Culture” held at the Citi Field, New York in conjunction with September 26th New York Mets Baseball Game. This event was co-hosted by the Sino-American Culture & Arts Foundation, the Sino-American Friendship Association, the New York Mets and the Chinese Communities of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania.

Taking place on September 26th, 2012 during the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, one of the most celebrated and recognized holidays in Chinese culture, “An Evening of Chinese Culture” featured Chinese dances and music including Dragon Dance eye-dotting opening ceremony, Chinese Dragon performance and Girls Dragon Dance during pre-game time by American and Chinese artists.

This event was a great celebration merging Eastern culture and Western sport. Our friend Vivian Fang Liu also sang the National Anthem to start the game. What an evening!

Sun Guoxiang (Consul General of China) with AsianInNY co-Founder


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