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Q: would like to know if there are any indian classical dance teachers in guangzhou

6 years 31 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Guangzhou

 
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Good job you asked anonymously. What an embarrassing question.

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Not sure if it is still on the go, however Zhongshan Square, along Binjiang Dong Lu, located between  the Pearl River and Sun Yet-Sen University, north gate of the south campus, did have a nightly open dance class. Very often approximately 30 or more young ladies of various age would participate. Not sure of the cost or costume though, and it looked very professional. I was also told that they had a studio.

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