Mad Scientess Jane Expat (nanila) wrote,
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Day 9 of 30: Diwali dancers

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Last week a group of colleagues and I went to a lunchtime Diwali performance. It was most uplifting, the drumming and the dancing (and the burfi afterward, mmm), a mix of traditional and not-so-traditional performances. The women in the photo are performing one of the latter. It was a captivating portrayal of the challenges of immigration and integration via the medium of physical movement and I wish I could watch it again.

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