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    TN-China Network Connects with Community at Knox Asian Festival

    Qianyao He of Chattanooga speaking with Heidi Zhu and JD Wang from Huskin Machinery Company of Maryville at the 2018 Knox Asian Festival

     

    On Sunday, August 26, 2018, TN-China Network participated in the 5th Annual Knox Asian Festival in downtown Knoxville. The event was filled with fabulous performances, delicious food, and great networking at the TN-China Network booth.

    Thank you to the many people that visited our booth and to our great volunteers: Pam and Ed Antczak, Nina Qiu, Qianyao He, Anthony Daher, Brooklyn Battle, and Jimmie Yin! See above and below for photos from the great day.

     

    Marty Lester from Lester Law of Chattanooga (left) speaking at the TNCN booth with Paul O’Sullivan from HD Schools of Shanghai

     

    TNCN Executive Director Elizabeth Rowland at the TNCN Knox Asian Fest booth with volunteers Qianyao He of Chattanooga and Nina Qiu of Knoxville

     

    Christiana Lee (left) from ATM English of Shanghai with her family at the TNCN Knox Asian Festival booth

     

    Qianyao He of Chattanooga and Anthony Daher of Hendersonville volunteering at the TNCN Knox Asian Festival booth

     

    TNCN Executive Director Elizabeth Rowland with booth volunteers Ed and Pam Antczak

     

    Jarrad Antczak from Wah Lum Kungfu School of Knoxville performing Tai Chi at the Knox Asian Festival Main Stage

     

    Master Chan from Wah Lum Kungfu of Orlando preparing to break a cinder block on the chest of Sifu Leroy from Wah Lum of Knoxville

     

    Dr. Mei Han (left), Director of the Middle Tennessee State University Center for Chinese Music and Culture, playing with members of the Center’s traditional Chinese music ensemble at the Knox Asian Festival Main Stage

     

    The Middle Tennessee State University Center for Chinese Music and Culture traditional Chinese music ensemble playing on the Main Stage of the Knox Asian Festival


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