Public square dancing: past and present

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In the square, there are children playing and adults at nightfall. Suddenly, a group of middle aged women line up as the music starts. The public square dance has started. You may not able to remember when Damas "invaded" public squares. The history of the public square dancing is not as simple as you may think. [Photo by Xing Yun/CFP]

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