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07 February

Bollywood dance, born in India, is one of country’s most well-known dance forms. It has been featured in countless Bollywood films and gained international attention when it was featured on TV shows, like So You Think You Can Dance and Britain’s Got Talent – and sitcoms such as New Girl and Rules of Engagement. Our […]

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22 May

Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan performed Moon Water at Sadler’s Wells in 2002 and 2008, and the London-based dance venue streamed the full performance for a week, as part of their Digital Stage program. The serene choreography, set to J.S. Bach’s Six Cello Suites (played by Mischa Maisky) is based off of a mantra for Tai […]

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14 May

If you’re a Netflix fan, you probably know that Never Have I Ever is no longer just the name of a game. It’s also a television series, created by  Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher, that follows an American girl with Indian roots through the complexities of growing up – and navigating different aspects of her identity. […]

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14 April

You might be stuck at home in lockdown, but with the power of the internet, almost anything is possible. So, take a much-needed break from the news, pause your playlist of cute cat videos and join us on a digital dance journey around the world. Our dance passport challenge brings you to six different countries, […]

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13 January

Learn how to play these popular Japanese dance arcade games: Dance Revolution (affectionately known as DDR), Dance Evolution and Dance Rush Stardom.

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19 November

You could easily be overwhelmed while searching for the best five-star in Tokyo. There are plenty of luxurious big name hotel brands in Japan’s capital city. But if you’re looking for a stylish, ultra-sophisticated Japanese hotel with excellent service – then, Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho is the one. It’s a member of The Luxury Collection, […]

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19 October

Mythili Prakash, a US-based Indian dancer, was invited to perform at London’s 2019 Dance Umbrella festival. Last year, she was commissioned through Dance Umbrella’s Four by Four project.

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16 September

After a very belated and very exhausting honeymoon, J and I boarded an EVA Air flight from Taipei to Hong Kong, where we would connect for our last leg to London. I buckled in, but my eyelids were heavy, and I was just about to drift into dreamland when J gave me a stern poke, […]

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25 August

Most travelers choose to stay in pretty ritzy resorts when they visit Macau, a destination that attracts high rollers from around the world.

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01 July

When you travel to super high-tech Tokyo, you can take a step back in time to learn a traditional Japanese dance, called Nihon Buyo, with Grandma Shizuko.

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14 June

K-pop is huge – and not just in Korea, so I ventured into a K-Pop dance class to see what the fuss is about.

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29 May

Although most dancers never reach pop idol status, Sergei Polunin became recognisable as the prolific ‘Take Me to Church’ ballet dancer in Hozier’s official music video. The former Royal Ballet dancer has been compared to ballet greats, Mikhail Baryshnikov and Rudolf Nureyev, and featured in Hollywood blockbuster Red Sparrow. But in 2019, much of the […]

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