The World Within: A Gallery Veiw

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Bryan Lowry’s intermediate English class at the Hoover Library. Vincent Ang with his Boy Scout troop. Pamala, Diana, and Sonia Stands   Lian Tan and Mou Liu, from the Chinese New Year Festival in February at Boutwell Auditorium, an annual event that showcases part of Birmingham’s Asian cultural presence  Abdula Diallo with Zacharia Hollow from the West Side Masjid (mosque) in Fairfield.  Ernesto Valladares runs a Hispanic men’s soccer league that plays on Sundays at Carver High School.  Valladares, a native of the Mexican resort town of Acapulco, has been a Birmingham area resident since 1998. A team from the soccer league that meets each week at Carver High School Edwin Lopez from Alcapulco Soccer team about to score.   Edilven Orozco and daughter Fernanda from Mexico City. Edgar and Ivana Valle with their children. In the future, the Birmingham-based Alabama Asian Cultures Foundation is hoping the city will have another significant showcase: a Pan-Asian cultural education center. The center would include a classical Chinese Suzhou-style garden and an international friendship and peace plaza, named after Mohandas Gandhi. “We consider it the next big thing for Birmingham,” says foundation board chairman and founder Bob Davis. Beginning English Class at Hoover Library with Oscar Garcia   Real estate agent Beena Shah with home buyers Kingsley and Arnold Soni
Bryan Lowry’s intermediate English class at the Hoover Library.

The World Within: A Gallery View

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