Faleula Tanoa, who moved to the U.S. from Samoa four years ago, shared a little bit of her culture Saturday during the 18th annual International Festival, hosted by Killeen-Osan Sister Cities Inc.

“We want to spread our culture,” said Tanoa, a member of Baila Pacifica, which performed a traditional dance at the event. “It’s a great way to share it with the community.”

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