Thousands flocked to the Charles River to witness the annual Boston Dragon Boat Festival races.
Wah Lum Kung Fu and Tai Chi Academy students performed a dragon dance by the Charles River.
A Royal East Restaurant employee serves festival attendees Asian cuisine offerings from the restaurant's menu.
Families from across the Greater Boston-area gathered along the Charles River for the annual Boston Dragon Boat Festival Sunday.
Dancers from the Needham-based Artisan Dance Academy performed a traditional Chinese dance at the Boston Dragon Boat Festival on Sunday.
Boston Dragon Boat Festival attendees buy boba milk tea from the popular Tea Station food truck.
Festival attendees ate zongzi — traditional Chinese rice dumplings wrapped in bamboo leaves — in between races.
Dragon boat race competitors represented a variety of groups, including schools, museums, banks, and cancer survivors.
A record 76 teams of over 1500 paddlers from across the country competed in this year’s Boston Dragon Boat Festival races.
Wah Lum Kung Fu and Tai Chi Academy students demonstrated martial arts during the 2019 Dragon Boat festival.
Boston’s annual Dragon Boat Festival took over the Charles River once again for its fortieth anniversary, drawing over 30,000 people to Cambridge for a day filled with food, festivities, and fun.
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Chris of Christine and The Queens dancing on Boston Calling's Green Stage.