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  • Intown Sushi

    This Midtown Global Market food stand offers a basic selection of nigiri sushi (salmon, tuna, yellowtail, shrimp and eel), and maki rolls, as well as items you don’t often find on sushi menus – spring rolls, pot stickers, steamed buns, dim-sum style dumplings and more. Good quality and reasonable prices. …

  • Ballet Folklorico Mexico Azteca (BFMA)

    Ballet Folklórico México Azteca is a dance group consisting of youth and adults dedicated to the performance and preservation of traditional Mexican folk dance. It helps them to feel proud of their heritage and promotes cultural understanding between diverse communities in Minnesota.…

  • Minnesota Punjabi Society

    Minnesota Punjabi Society (MPS) is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization promoting education, good citizenship, community development, civic commitment and involvement, and preserving Punjabi Culture, language, sports and performing arts of the North-Indian state of Punjab among its community members and also mainstream Americans in Minnesota and beyond. MPS caters to this need both by directly organizing events that bring community members together from all over the Minnesota and by facilitating participation of its community members in mainstream activities.…

  • Tibet Kitchen Bar and Restaurant

    On a frumpy stretch of Eat Street, you have to be at least a little adventurous even to walk in the door. Most of Asia is represented on the menu, from Singapore noodles and Thai basil stir-fry to Indian curry and Vietnamese egg rolls. But the real attraction is the small selection of Tibetan dishes, such as momo dumplings, thenthuk noodles, and alu ping sha, a dish of bean threads, black mushrooms, potatoes and onions.…

  • Association of Nepalis in Minnesota

    Association of Nepalis in Minnesota’s mission is to build, preserve and promote an enthusiastic, active and supportive community among the Nepalese and friends of Nepal in the State of Minnesota thus strengthening the bond of friendship and cooperation.

    ANMN’s Objectives are:

    1. To promote Nepali culture through various mediums such as these:
    * Cultural Shows that include, songs, dances, skits etc.
    * Concerts and shows of various local as well as professional artistes
    * Food festivals
    * Annual Picnics
    * Sports Tournaments
    * Dasain-Tihar Celebration
    * Nepali New Year Celebration
    * Art Exhibitions & Literature promotion
    * Camping, and special tour
    * Exchange ideas via information workshops

  • Sumunar

    Sumunar was established in 2002 to promote understanding of and appreciation for Indonesian music, dance, and culture through education and performance. Sumunar offers community classes in Javanese gamelan and dance; school residencies that teach traditional music, dance, and puppetry; and public performances of music, dance, and wayang kulit (shadow puppets).…

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