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    Fireworks debris still litter areas near the Reflecting Pool on the National Mall after the July 4th weekend, Washington, D.C., Monday, July 7, 2014. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)


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    Manjushree Iama dances with dancers from Kenya during the annual Smithsonian Folk Life Festival on the National Mall on Sunday, July 6. Khalid Naji-Allah/Special to The Washington Times.


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    Performs from China and Kenya their traditional bodies of art with the crowd during the annual Smithsonian Folk Life Festival on the National Mall on Sunday, July 6. Khalid Naji-Allah/Special to The Washington Times


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    Manjushree Iama dances with dancers from Kenya and China during the annual Smithsonian Folk Life Festival on the National Mall on Sunday, July 6. Khalid Naji-Allah/Special to The Washington Times.


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    Tribal dance group Matende Iuhya, of Kenya, excites the crowd with their traditional dance during the annual Smithsonian Folk Life Festival on the National Mall on Sunday, July 6. Khalid Naji-Allah/Special to The Washington Times


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    Stephanie Ogwo, 21, center, and Sam Ancona, 23, right, test their Chinese Calligraphy writing skills during the annual Smithsonian Folk Life Festival on the National Mall on Sunday, July 6. Khalid Naji-Allah/Special to The Washington Times.


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    Sambath Chung helps his daughter Chanda, 7 write her name in Chinese calligraphy during the annual Smithsonian Folk Life Festival on the National Mall on Sunday, July 6. Khalid Naji-Allah/Special to The Washington Times.


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    Sambath Chung guides the hand of his son Sorya, 5 as he tries to write his name in Chinese calligraphy during the annual Smithsonian Folk Life Festival on the National Mall on Sunday, July 6. Khalid Naji-Allah/Special to The Washington Times.


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    Sambath Chung wathces his son Sorya, 5, as he tries to write his name in Chinese calligraphy during the annual Smithsonian Folk Life Festival on the National Mall on Sunday, July 6. Khalid Naji-Allah/Special to The Washington Times.


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