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Thousand-year old Chinese dance tradition struggles amid Covid restrictions

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Bangkok, Feb 17 (EPA-EFE).- (Camera: Rungroj Yongrit)The Lion Dance is a form of tradition originating in China dating back thousands of years, which is usually performed during Lunar New Year celebrations to bring good fortune for the year ahead.FOOTAGE OF THE "LOOK CHAI MONGKOL LION AND DRAGON DANCE", AND THE "LOOK CHAO POR PHRA KAN LION DANCE" DANCE COMPANIES IN BANGKOK.SOUNDBITES OF JEERAPAT WILAIPONG, CAPTAIN OF THE LOOK CHAI MONGKOL LION AND DRAGON DANCE.

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