which is the traditional dance in your country?

@teka44 (3425)
April 24, 2008 3:15pm CST
I'm wonder of which dance is the most representative in your country. In my country is samba.
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@dawnald (84146)
• Shingle Springs, California
24 Apr 08
In the US I guess the closest thing to a traditional dance would be square dance.
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@Kalyni2011 (3503)
• India
19 May 12
In my country there are so many in each state, well in orissa, we live in Sambalpur, the traditional dance here is Sambalpuri dance.. Best of luck. Happy posting, cheers. Kalyani
@skydancer (1982)
• United States
30 Apr 08
It is hard to pinpoint anything which would be considered "traditional" in terms of dance here in the US, and our extremely diverse culture history may account for a lot that. As another poster mentioned, square dancing comes to mind. Everyone here seems to know the "Electric Slide" (a country line dance), and here in North Carolina, "Shag" is pretty popular. A lot of this seems a bit more popular in the South though. But as far as a distinct dance technique that is unique to our culture such as Irish or African or Russian Folk, it is difficult to really pick a specific one that uniquely represents our nation as a whole. (This is not to say Americans can't dance though!!)
@LucyZhang (313)
• China
29 Apr 08
Hi teka! That is a interesting discussions. China is an large and ancient country, we have several traditional dances, such as lion dance, the silk fan dance, sword dance and ribbon dance.
• Philippines
29 Apr 08
Our country, the Philippines, we have tinikling (its a dance using 2 bamboo sticks.) we also have carinosa and singkil.