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Scoop Images: ASEAN Cultural Day National Costumes

The Wellington ASEAN Communities today held a Bazaar and Cultural Day at the Chinese Anglican cultural center in Tinakori Road.

Delicious food, music, dancing and lotteries were the order of the day. The following pictures show the presentation of the National Dress of each ASEAN Nation.

Indonesia – Aceh National Costume


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Malaysia


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Phillipines


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Singapore


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Thailand


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All Together


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Photos by Alastair Thompson – taken on Sony Mavica digital still camera

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