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Q: anywhere to find baton twirling in Beijing?

I've been a baton twirling intstructor for 4 years at home, been doing it myself for 13 years.

 

Do you know if it possible to find anywhere I can start a group/already an existing group in Beijing? Or just buy a baton stick? 

 

Thanks,

 

 

 

Marthe

9 years 3 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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THey have marching bands here in china and not sure if they already have baton twirlers but if they don't you could suggest to the school to make that happen. The marching band I was in had baton twirlers, dance girls all types of stuff. I'm sure the marching bands here in BJ would like to try to add baton twirling to there performances...

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Is it just me or do the April Fools jokes just keep coming way after the date of April Fools, baton twirling, really, baton twirling

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We can work together .. Im a leader of a philippine marching band in xian.
We can be with you as our twirler and work in a theme park.
Contact me .. 13132906103
…email: williamcandela02@gmail.com .. Regards

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Silva was 'baton twirling master'. Where is she? Is she back, yet?

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