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圣约翰中华文化协会25周年庆Chinese Cultural Association of Saint John 25th Anniversary2/3

圣约翰中华文化协会25周年庆- Chinese Cultural Association of Saint John 25th Anniversary Gala Lion Blessing -雄狮献瑞The Lion Dance is a form of traditional dance in Chinese culture, in which performers mimic a lion‟s movements in a lion costume. The lion is traditionally regarded as a guardian creature and brings good luck and fortune to people, so the dance is usually performed either as entertainment for the imperial court or as a ceremony to exorcise evil spirits and to summon luck and fortune. In modern days, you can see the Lion Dance used to celebrate during Chinese New Year and other traditional festivals, or for business ground openings. There are normally two people in one lion; one dances in the lion‟s head; the other one is in the rear part. Sometimes a third person uses a silk ball to tease the „Lion‟; or puts on a funny mask to stir up the happy atmosphere. Majestic Silk Ribbon-Fan Dance -开门红In Chinese tradition red colour means good fortune and great happiness. The literal translation of this dance music is “seeing red when door is opened” meaning to make a good beginning; to get a good start. Solo Dance from the Tang Dynasty -梦回大唐This is a classical Chinese dance that rediscovers the spectacular and rich dance culture of the Tang Dynasty -one of the dynasties in Chinese history that forever inspires and makes Chinese people proud. Children’s Group: Let’s Pull the Carrots -拔萝卜The dance was extracted from a Chinese animation movie. A group of kids

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