Foreigners flock to Egypt for its belly dancing scene

[ad_1] CONFLICT VISIONS: Although many see Cairo as the birthplace of belly dancing, authorities in the country have started targeting performers in recent years. At a Cairo wedding venue, Russian belly dancer Anastasia Biserova took to the dancefloor in a shiny high-slit skirt and elaborate sequined bra top. She swirled …

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Egyptian dancers call to protect belly dancing

[ad_1] Egyptian oriental dancers fight to protect their profession from “intruders” who they say have distorted the dance style for a long time. But as more and more non-Egyptian dancers come to Egypt to start their careers and new musical genres emerge, the fight becomes more difficult. Most Egyptian oriental …

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Dyumdum: Tales of 12 Eastern Dabawenyos

[ad_1] Taking a break from the Covid-19 pandemic, the provincial government, through the Provincial Tourism Board, officially opened the art exhibition Dyumdum: Tales Of The Twelve Oriental Dabawenyos, which focuses on the promotion of the natural and cultural heritage of Davao Oriental. Dubbed “Dyumdum,” a term derived from the Mandaya …

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Amala Shankar’s world of Kalpana

[ad_1] Amala Shankar was the last representative of a certain imagination in choreography Born in Jessore, now in Bangladesh, on June 27, 1919, Amala went to Paris at age 11 with her father Akshay Nandy, a jeweler who participated in the International Colonial Exhibition. In Paris, they meet Uday Shankar, …

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