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Elee Tsai and Mary Lowe served as our Masters of Ceremony, making announcements in English and Mandarin

Excitement builds as Nancy Wang and helpers prepare to draw the winning ticket for our grand prize raffle. This year’s prize was a private San Francisco Bay cruise for six people. 

The entertainment began with an appearance by RECA’s colorful dragon, which circled the room before going on stage to execute intricate maneuvers.

The aborigine cultural dancers performed a new routine in new costumes.

The ribbon dancers wove beautiful colorful patterns with their long strands of silk. How do they keep them from getting all tangled up?

The elegant Cambodian dancers showed grace and balance. RECA member Meesha Heydon performed with this group.

The Red Panda Acrobats performed several acts displaying great flexibility, including this one in which the acrobat folded himself up to fit into the small barrel and then extricated himself again.

If you want to know more about 2004 Chinese New Year celebration, please read newsletter of May 2004.


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