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My Eating Team Has a Paddling Problem (2007)

Dragon boating is a fast-growing recreational team sport that has become popular all around the world, even though you may have never heard of it. Why is dragon boating so addictive? And ... See full summary »

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Dragon boating is a fast-growing recreational team sport that has become popular all around the world, even though you may have never heard of it. Why is dragon boating so addictive? And specifically, what made this particular Seattle team, Hot Sake, thrive over five years and become an extended family for everyone who is willing to join in? This documentary tells the story of Hot Sake through the eyes of Zheng Wang, a Seattle "transplant" who is far away from his homeland of China. Once boggled down with the so-called Quarter-Life Crisis, Zheng has found his home away from home in Hot Sake. Featuring an array of colorful personalities, this is a story about friendship, support, camaraderie, fun, as well as fast bonds formed through food sharing, car sharing, and bed sharing. Written by Anonymous

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At Hot Sake, everyone is welcome.

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6 October 2007 (USA)  »

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