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  • Girls to jazz up Hong Kong

    Five Redland dancers have been chosen in an Australian dance troupe to perform at Hong Kong Disneyland in September.

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    They will also give a performance at Hong Kong Disneyland and learn a Chinese style of dance as part of the cultural experience.

    "It's a fantastic opportunity for them to train overseas and to experience what that's like and to dance non-stop for a week," said the girls' dance teacher, Leah Belford.
    More at HKDL Source, of course.
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