The unique dance in your hometown?

Ansai Waist Drum Dance - The painting on this pair of shoes is the Ansai Waist Drum Dance, an art form of local invention, unknown anywhere else in the world.
@gxnfly (1148)
China
June 9, 2008 2:34am CST
Ansai waist drum is a unique dance in northern Shanxi routine marked by its rustic simplicity. Dancer with a red drum tied to his waist holds a drumstick with red silk, beating the drum while dancing. The rhythmical drum sound and graceful dance show the straightforward and uninhibited character of villagers in northern Shanxi Province(My hometown).life was hard defiantly in the old days.But this unique dance shows that they are determined to conquer hardship. So do you have any unique in your hometown?
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@kun2349 (23475)
• Singapore
9 Jun 08
I've seen this dnace on tv b4 and it's actaully quite popualr thoroughout the whole of china ^_^ It looks simple and u need very good co-ordination of your limbs too ^_^ DO u know how to dance?? LOL Well, there's no unique dances in my country, we only copy.. LOL
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@kun2349 (23475)
• Singapore
10 Jun 08
haha =D i guess i'm not much into singapore dances.. hehe ^_^ But i do know about all this festivals going on, but i have not gone to see them or participate in it.. haha
@julyteen (13261)
• Davao, Philippines
29 Jun 08
tribal people have unique dance of their own. they have a very colorful outfits and meaningful moves. our province is rich with such culture, and i find it good. we enjoy watching them, and we learn a lot from them.
@kaezy_kulet (2465)
• Philippines
10 Jun 08
we have many dances here in the philippines we have the tinikling,ati atihan dance,maglalatik and so many other native dances that were danced by our ancestors. Tinikling is our natinal dance and it came from the bird "tikling" it uses bamboo while dancing it imitates the movement of the bird.
@olivemai (4738)
• United States
10 Jun 08
The dance that would be traditional in our hometown is swing town! According to this website http://robertsolis.wordpress.com/category/san-pablo/ it says the locals gathered for swing dances!