Barefoot Books at Korean Culture Camp

I recently participated in a Korean Culture Camp hosted by Wide Horizons for Children. The purpose of the camp is to give children adopted from Korea the opportunity to learn more about their culture and meet kids who’ve been adopted as well. My son came with me and he loves to watch the performances. He also used chopsticks for the first time.

Performers from BC

My Display at the event (the Taz chair is always a big hit!)

Motherbridge of Love and Tales from the Silk Road were top sellers at the event

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