Shanghai troupe leader brings ‘silent disco’ to granny line dancing 

Apr 9, 2021 | INVESTING

Large groups of choreographed dancers, often called “damas”, with speakers blaring, a leader chanting and participants shouting and laughing, are a common sight in urban China’s public parks. But in Anting Town’s Old Street in Jiading District, in the northwestern part of Shanghai, passersby and commuters may double-take when they see a large group of residents primarily in their twilight years performing choreographed dances in apparent silence.  No, the damas have not…

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