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3 - Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Dancing teaches children about life
Funchun Primary School year 6 students Durgan Annapoorani, 12, Nurhazimah Bte Osman, 11, and
Long Yi Xuan with Kaleen Primary School's year 6 student Emily Hunter, 12, during a cultural exchange
at Kaleen Primary School.
Photo: Matt Bedford.
Kaleen Primary School students
know how to bust a move and
weren't afraid to trade ideas with
visiting peers from Funchun
Primary School in Singapore.
Thirty-five Singaporean children
joined a group of 50 Kaleen
primary students in a day of dance
and cultural exchange as part of the
Every Chance to Dance program
facilitated by Canberra-based
youth charity Kulture Break.
Kaleen Primary dance co-
ordinator Kelly Turner said it was a
chance for the children to hang out
and learn about each other's lives in
a fun way.
"Their lives are separated by
distance but music and dance is
universal," she said.
"After the morning workshops
the children from Kaleen
performed a hip-hop routine, which
was totally choreographed by the
year 6 students."
The Funchun students, who
hailed from various backgrounds,
performed a showcase of Indian,
Chinese and Malay dance in
Adorned in brilliant red and gold
costume, Long Yi Xuan said her
troupe took their traditional
Chinese dance to compete in the
Singapore Youth Festival.
"Our dance is about pheasants
showing off their beauty," she said.
"The other piece is a fusion dance
where Indian, Chinese and Malay
all join together."
Bodies bustled around jumping
and turning to the hip-hop tracks as
the morning workshops got under
Year 6 student Emily Hunter said
she was looking forward to
learning about the different dances
performed by the Funchun students
but was proud to show off the skills
she had been working on each week
with Kulture Break. "We learnt this
thing called a kick-out where you
have to balance on your hands and
kick your legs in and out," she said.
"At first I didn't think I could do
it but now I can.
"I think it's great we are all
learning cultural dances and hip-
hop as well."
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