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D’vol Dance 350!

Posted on: October 14, 2009

d'vol dance theaterWondering what creative event you can do for Oct 24th International Day of Global action? Check out this cool dance choreographed by D’vol Dance Studio. The dance is specially made in support for 350.org and has it’s own story to tell. They will be going on a nationwide tour around Malaysia dancing their way for 350.org.

There are now dances planned around the world for October 24, from a Masaii jumping dance in Kenya to a Swing Dance in Amsterdam. And youth have been dancing up a storm already, from the chanting, dancing and drumming at the recent 350.org Asian Youth Climate Summit in Bangkok to other youth summits in Australia and the UK.

Let’s get more dancing event on Oct 24th. Show us your moves!


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