Asia Trend Asian Cultural EXPO is proud to support these outstanding local performing groups.
Orlando Taiko Dojo
Orlando Taiko Dojo is a team made up of students from ages 3 to 70. Students not only learn the techniques of how to play Taiko drums, but they also learn about other essential values in life such as respect, manners, concentration, tenacity and teamwork. The group has performed at many local venues such as Dragon Parade Lunar New Year Celebrations, the Orlando Japan Festival and in the Disney Princess Marathon. Lessons are offered the dojo at Sunbelt Center.
Thuyen May Productions
At Thuyền Mây Productions, culture and diversity is central to connecting friends and family. Our name Thuyền Mây translates to “cloud boat,” and represents our group’s ideas and mission. Like clouds, Thuyền Mây Productions is a non-profit organization that drifts freely through communities, contributing dance performances, cultural education, and the preservation of Vietnamese culture. All are welcome! Thuyền Mây meets 3 Saturdays every month from 10am-12pm at the Orlando Russian Ballet. It's not just practice, but a chance to meet new friends, have recreational exercise, and experience Vietnamese culture. Contact us for more info!
Orlando HanQing Tai Chi Culture and Art Center
Hanqing (Grace) Liu Karwowski of the Orlando Hanqing Taiji Culture and Art Center provides Tai Chi training at several locations in Orlando, Oviedo, Leesburg and Tavares. Advanced participants also have the opportunity to Learn Tai Chi Fan and Tai Chi Sword and participate in other Cultural Activities like Cheongsam or Qi Pao or other ethnic dances.