Here are some photos from Dragon Fest which took place this past weekend. The weather was delightful and the food situation was outstanding as usual, especially with the addition of a Lao food truck (Spicy Papaya) this year. :)
I enjoyed the few performances that I got a chance to check out, both from the general seating area as well as the Japanese beer garden. Also, this year’s Dragon Fest reminded us that the Bruce Lee Museum will soon open in Seattle. Awesome sauce.
Enjoy the photos.
The Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center launched their A day in Life of Asian Pacific America 2014 exhibit this July 4th and I was glad to be a part of the important project and was honored to have two of my photos be featured. Check out the link below to find out more and view the beautiful and powerful photo collection.
Have an awesome Fourth of July and be safe, everyone!
Dr. Wtpho is o-pho-cially one year older. Time sure does pho-ly. :)
My birthday cake this year was the best cake I’ve ever had, thanks to creative hands behind it at Lisa B’s Sweet Shop in Centralia, WA. The white chocolate and strawberry pho cake was pholicious as well as beautiful. The attention to detail as well as the build quality of the care were superb. I received a lot of inquiries as to where the cake came from, so be sure to check out the business’ Facebook page to learn more and place your order for sweet edible art piece.
Thanks for all the birthday wishes!
It’s been a long time since I last posted a photo of pho on my blog WTPHO.COM, so here it is. This smartphone photo of a bowl of pho was taken at Seattle’s very first pho restaurant. Hard to believe I’ve been enjoying pho there for 3 decades. By the way, I’ve ophocially declared June 28th (tomorrow) to be International Pho Day. Join me in celebrating the very first annual event tomorrow by changing your profile photo on Facebook, Instagram, etc. to a photo of pho, and go out and enjoy you some pholicious pho tomorrow.