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July 29, 2013 at 8:04 PM

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Dedication of Fu Dog statues


KEN LAMBERT / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Max Ngamsiripol, left, gets a quick hair touch-up from his mother Wendy Chan, of Bellevue, before the eight-year-old performs on a traditional Chinese two-stringed instrument called an erhu, at a dedication ceremony event for two Fu Dog (guardian lion) statues (in background), in honor of Bellevue's long-running sister city relationship with Hualien, Taiwan, Monday, July 29, 2013, at Bellevue City Hall. By chance, the Chinese tune Ngamsiripol performed was entitled "The Best Mommy in the World," according to his teacher Warren Chang, musical director at the local Chinese Arts and Music Association.

KEN LAMBERT / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Sin Moung Traditional Percussion Artist Group of Korea performs during a dedication ceremony event for two Fu Dog (guardian lion) statues, in honor of Bellevue's long-running sister city relationship with Hualien, Taiwan, Monday, July 29, 2013, at Bellevue City Hall. According to Seattle-Washington State Korean Association, the group will perform one last time in the Puget area at noon, Tuesday in the domed Washington State Legislative building in Olympia.

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