Chinese Pavilion: Share Culture and Passports Demong
chinese pavilion: Folkfest executive director Terresa DeMong was excited to be a part of the festival this year, getting to highlight its history and the decades of volunteers that have helped share culture throughout Saskatoon, according to CTV. We've had over 50 different cultures participate, 100,000 volunteers, and a million passports DeMong said. Venues were spread out all around the city hosting pavilions from different countries selling food, drinks, wares, and even putting on performances. The Chinese pavilion is one of the many cultures on display at the festival this year. I met my husband, the most significant person in my life, in 2004 at the Folkfest Chinese pavilion. Co-manager Shirley Zhou has been involved with the festival for 15 years, and said she stays involved after meeting someone special there. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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