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Jan 30, 2021

[Answer] In which country did the "Dragon Dance" originate?

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...The Dragon Dance is a traditional dance performed in festive celebrations in Chinese culture. It originated during China's Han Dynasty by people in the farming and harvesting communities whose folklore included great belief in and respect toward dragons. It's also believed to have origins in cultures steeped in healing and the arts of preventing sickness. It was a popular entertainment during the Song Dynasty as a folk activity during celebratory functions. As more and more of the emperors of ancient China considered themselves as dragons or dragon descendants, the Dragon Dance fostered a feeling of great respect among the population. It also became the symbol of Imperial authority. Source: ChineseDragonStudy.weebly.com




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China:


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