May 18, 2010 ·

Argentina's Bicentennial Celebration in 8 days


japanese argentine people

Immigration is a huge part of Argentina’s history and as the country prepares for the Bicentennial celebrations the diverse range of cultures and backgrounds that are the Argentine people are displaying their unique identity.

On the weekend it was the Japanese who paraded along the central Avenida de Mayo. Dressed in colourful kimonos and accompanied by traditional drumming as well as karate exhibitions and traditional dance performances it was beautiful homage to their adoptive country.


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