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whow!!!!!!! elegance meets power

You are never too old. even when you are old of age. Just look and be impressed as I am, when I came across this little video of  a 79 year old dancing couple. It is unbelievable how bodily elegance and power, personal charme and humor meet and are embodied in this.

This encourages to get old.

http://likemag.com/bei-dieser-79-jaehrigen-taenzerin-gaehnen-zuerst-alledoch-ploetzlich-geschieht-etwas-unfassbareswow

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Everybody is a dancer….and…dancing is life

No words can convince just like the body can do: inside and outside. With me and with you. With everybody around you.

http://www.superstarmagazine.com/this-happiness-therapy-will-make-you-dance-and-smile/

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Dancing in the sunset, in Berlin

Perhaps you remember, some days ago,what I explained about my really striking experiences watching Chinese people dancing in the park.

Let me tell you something about an experience which I had in Berlin, in Germany. If you watch the little video you can get a similar impression which I got in the park in Beijing or elsewhere in China.

It is not so often, that you see people dancing outside somewhere in a park in Germany. It is really seldom and if you watch the people dancing you’ll get an impression of nice movement, joyful dancing and smiling faces. But in contrast to ……….

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Dancing in the park  (Journey to China No. 8)

You see them in the parks. Mostly in the morning or later in the afternoon or evening. You see them dancing. You see them enjoying and you’re aware of a very big difference in bodily expression.

On the one hand, often when you see Chinese people, they seem to walk and move a bit slowly, feel aggrieved and in a black mood, as if it would be typical for most of the people, typical for the country or a typical character expressed on the body-level.

In contrast to a possible stereotype ……….

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You are so welcome!!!!!! (Journey to China No.5)

On Friday I decided to walk down the north-south axis in Beijing. Of course I wanted to have a look on, that means down on the forbidden city, So I decided to climb up the hill ( Jingshan Gongyuan ). It was a bit misty. The sun was hidden behind dark clouds. I loved the walk, being “entertained” by coming across different people in really interesting situations. So I met someone doing massage on people lying just on the ground. So I just met people dancing in the middle of the park.

And I met lots of people just sitting on the ground, eating, drinking, laughing, talking and enjoying. Usually when ………

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Virtual Dance Hype

Gangnam Style is out. Harlem Shake is in. Within the last weeks the Gangnam Style Dance captures the virtual world. More than 1Billion youtube clicks are an over all impressive proof.

Again within some weeks another virtual dance style captures media: Harlem Shake, which derives from a dance style dating back to the middle of 1980. Millions of youtube clicks back this success and…………

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