The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo opened a new Asian Highlands exhibit and celebrated with some Asian performances. Paj Tawg Tshiab (which directly translates to "blooming flower" in Hmong) is a traditional dance group focused on preserving the performing arts of the Hmong people. Paj Tawg Tshiab is based in Akron, Ohio.
Here is their first dance at the Zoo.
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Third Dance with 'flutes'
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Fourth and final dance at the Zoo.
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