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Cancer Foundation
(now known as the Cancer Council of W.A.)
Craft Fair, November 30, 2003

This was a great gig. Not only did we volunteer our time for a good cause, two students also
got out there to see and feel the tribal experience. Much fun was had. Most of the crowd had
never seen American Tribal Style Belly Dance before, and they very appreciative. Many of them
expressed amazement that what we were doing was not choreographed, but improvisational!
Tribal Bellydancers: Anysia, Meegan, Tahia and Chris.


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Some of our odd expressions are due to a Perth resident.. a pesky black fly that would perch on eyelids and noses.
And we can't put corks dangling from our turbans like the bushmen do with their hats. Would just be too weird. (grin).



Photographs courtesy of Wing Chung.



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