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Dragon Dance In Beijing China .I used to be called the Dragon Lady.I tell myself it's because I so much love dragons. Beijing China, We Are The World, People Of The World, Wonders Of The World, Cultures Du Monde, World Cultures, Vietnam, Japan Kultur, Laos
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Dragon dance in Beijing, China

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Chinese New Year Lion Dance

Chinese New Year celebrations kick into full gear!

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Chinese New Year Dragon Dance

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Dancing Chinese Dragon | Activity | Education.com

Every day can be Chinese New Year with a dancing dragon that your child can make at home.

This is a vidoe showing the chinese lion dance. This dance is shown on chinese new year. Lots of people hold long poles which all connect to a paper dragon. They dance around with the dragon. Chinese Culture, Chinese Art, Martin Luther King, February Holidays, January, Chinese New Year Dragon, Art Chinois, Bible School Crafts, Dragon Dance

Chinese New Year Dragon Dance

Chinese New Year Dragon Dance

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dragon dance....is a form of traditional dance and performance in chinese culture. The dance team mimics the supposed movements of this river spirit in sinuous, undulating manner. The movements in a performance traditionally symbolise historical roles of dragons demonstrating power and dignity

Chinese Culture is awesome! Learn Chinese language from Karen - A Chinese girl. I will master you in pronouncing chinese words with Pinyin.

Dragon Dance

The Dance of the Dragon comes along with the show of the Dance of the Lion at the festival to celebrate the entrance of Chinese New Year. This present year, ...

The ethnic diversity creates an independent identity and culture in Hong Kong. This culture is a combination of Chinese, western, and traditional customs because the region includes groups from differ

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Nihao from China, an electronic magazine launched by Chinadaily.com.cn, is by far the first English e-zine on Chinese culture in China. It brings a new experience for the Chinese culture aficionados with its advanced and massive use of latest technologies, animations, videos, audios, and exquisite pictures.

A dragon dance employing pyrotechnics for Chinese New Year celebrations in Beijing, China.

59 Pictures Of Chinese New Year's Celebrations From Around The World

Billions of Chinese worldwide celebrate the start of the year of the snake on Feb. 10, 2013.

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There's a great big dragon coming our way , A great big dragon on this holiday, (march with others in a weaving line) Let's grab our lanterns and follow along, Dancing & waving and singing a song. (dancing and waving while moving in a line) There's a great big dragon coming our way , Hip, hip, hurray!

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Dragon Dance

For Autumn Festival, a group of Chinese perform the Dragon Dance.

This is a celebration of the Chinese New Year. I find this interesting, because they don't celebrate it on January but usually during February. They celebrate by making large Chinese dragons. Dragon Project, Dragon Puppet, Oriental, New Years Traditions, Dragons, Besties, Dragon Dance, Lion Dance, Statues
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This is a celebration of the Chinese New Year. I find this interesting, because they don't celebrate it on January 1st, but usually during February. They celebrate by making large Chinese dragons.

Chinese dragons play an important role in Chinese culture, in legends, festivals, astrology, art and idioms. They are quite different from Western dragons!

Chinese Dragons — Symbolism, Types, Culture, Legends, Art

Chinese dragons play an important role in Chinese culture, in legends, festivals, astrology, art and idioms. They are quite different from Western dragons!