Chinese people in Houston, U.S. celebrated the 66th Chinese National Day by staging a flash mob in Houston Sugar Land town square, Texas on Sunday.
The flash mob was organized by Esun Culture Communication LLC. Over 100 overseas Chinese and local residents participated in the flash mob to not only celebrate China’s National Day but also to share their culture with people all over the world.
They performed a series of Chinese and American classic songs and dances, along with traditional Chinese Kung Fu and Tai Chi, attracting an audience of over 500 tourists.
The Chinese National Day falls on October 1st and celebrates the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949.
As a part of Great Houston area, Sugar Land is a fast-growing city attracting many Asian people to settle down. The flashmob successfully comforts overseas Chinese’s homesick and provides a platform for them to express their love to motherland.