Sunday, January 18, 5:00 to 7:00 PM

Chinatown Community Cultural Center
616 H Street NW, Suite 201, Washington DC 20001

 

LION DANCE: Its History in DC, or Finding the Inner Lion

Talk Story Lion Dance in DCAs the Chinese New Year comes, so do the lions! The cymbals! The drums! The acrobatics! Oh my! But, how do you know a good lion dance from a mediocre lion dance? What is its history in DC? And, what does it mean to the inner lion (meaning the guy or gal within the beast)? Join us for a Talk Story Event led and demonstrated by Raymond Wong and the Wong People Lion Team.

Attendees Please Note: If the H street level door is locked, enter by going through Gallery Place (through the theater and bowling alley) to second floor of the complex using the escalator. When on the second floor, continue pass Clyde’s and around Aveda Institute to the end of corridor.

 

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Talk Story Events are organized monthly by the 1882 Foundation, OCA-DC and the Chinese American Citizens Alliance in collaboration with Chinatown Community Cultural Center, Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association and the Chinatown Service Center / Chinese Community Church. The events are free and open to all. Questions and RSVP to Ted at tkgong@aol.com , or Stan at stangoblue@yahoo.com.

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  1. if you can still somewhere on the web view a copy of these materials for “LION DANCE”

    1. We didn’t prepare any specific material on Lion Dance but will be posting audience reviews and photos shortly. We welcome your review as well. Send to Ted at tkgong@aol.com. you can also learn more about The Wong People and the lion team by contacting Raymond at rwkungfu@aol.com.

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