One of the largest events on Sydney's North Shore, the Willoughby Street Fair Parade, which had been interrupted for three years due to the pandemic and adverse weather, recently took place grandly under sunny skies. This time, 43 parade groups from countries such as Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, India, and Iran participated, highlighting the multiculturalism of Willoughby City. Alongside the teams from Taiwan's city government and FASCA, various Taiwanese overseas organizations joined, further enriching the cultural diversity.
FASCA-Sydney, formed just over a year ago, left a lasting impression on the audience with their performances of the Electric-Techno Neon Gods and special diabolo skills. Their traditional yet captivating act drew attention, while their diabolo skills amazed the audience. Paired with lively song and dance, they effectively showcased Taiwanese culture.
FASCA-Sydney displaying diabolo skills during the parade.
Update Date：2023/09/26 Back