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    • LION DANCE FOR YOUTH
    • YES?
    • GREAT
    • ISSUES1
    • of 2 ½ …Go for training Way
    • Originated from:
    • MING DYNASTY
    • SPIRITUAL :To keep bad luck and bad spirit awayLUCK : For prosperity
    • DIFFERENCES
    • And don’t forgetabout my ANG PAO 
    • “Chinatown without the lion dancers or dragon dancers would be a community filled with people with regret.People have sacrificed so much to come here. People have lost so much – their culture, their language. Without the dances. It would be a final loss.” -Shu Pui Cheung
    • LION DANCE WORLDWIDE
    • CHINESE NORTHERN
    • CHINESE SOUTHERN
    • JAPANESE
    • AUSTRALIA
    • UNITED STATES
    • ConclusionInterest must be nurtured from childhood. Lion dance is an entertainment in Chinese culture. Youth nowadays should be grateful because the culture is still exists.
    • ReferencesAndy, C. (2007) Dragon and Lion Dance. Retrieved August 4, 2012, from http://dragonofthesouth.co.uk/instruments.htmCheung, S.P. (2008) Artist, Activist & Elders. Retrieved August 4, 2012, from http://www.culturetools.org/people/sifu_shu_pui_cheung.htmlDaniel L. (2012) History of Lion Dance. Retrieved August 4, 2012, from http://tianengdragonliondance.com.sg/index.php?option=com_content&view=articl e&id=50&Itemid=56Yugo L. (2010) Services. Retrieved July 26, 2012, from http://www.siryiliondance.com/liondance/