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Tahitian Dance
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Tahitian Dance is a traditional style of fast hip-shaking that's usually confused with Hula, which is slower and uses more wrist movements. It hails from French Polynesia and is performed by both males and females who stand in a row and "dance" a story. If you want to try it out the first class is free. Tuesdays; 7pm-8pm, Weekends; 2.45pm-3.45pm.
1580 Huashan Lu, near Tai'an Lu
华山路1580号, 近泰安路
1580 Huashan Lu, near Tai'an Lu
华山路1580号, 近泰安路
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