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Q: Where can I find a salsa team to join in GZ?

What I'm looking for is a team that doesn't really require monthly fees, more like friends getting together and dancing and learning. Maybe a team of locals? I would love to learn the language this way..
I'm from LA and love to dance. If anybody has any friends or any info let me know.

Thanks!!!!!!

8 years 14 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Guangzhou

 
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Look here please but it is a paid membership club.  I couldn't find a free club for you, sorry.

 

http://tuan.27.cn/team.php?id=35888

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You may want to check out the Paddy's Field restaurant/bar behind the Garden Hotel.  They used to have salsa dancing every Wednesday night.  I haven't been there in a while so I don't know if they are still doing it or not.  But it was very popular and the place was packed every week.

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