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Shall We Dance?
2005-6-15 10:13:37     
We attend several dance training sessions in eastern Nanjing, and find out how this alternative form of exercise is helping people release their pressure and find happiness.

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"Now, after attending this Latin-dance class, I find that my muscles have tightened, and even the way I walk has changed."

These days, Latin dance is attracting more and more young Chinese urbanites. We attend several dance training sessions in eastern Nanjing, and find out how this alternative form of exercise is helping people release their pressure and find happiness;

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