Hannah and Je together

Wednesday, 15 August 2007

Folklorama: Argentina

Filed under: Lang:English,Subj:Canada,Subj:Culture,Subj:Travel — Jemyoung Leigh @ 12:59

Argentina 1
Argentinean pavilion was held in big place, the Italian Culture Centre where Italian pavilion will be held next week.

At the first, a little girls and boys came out and danced. Well… 😦 And then, a couple danced.

Argentina 2

They danced well, but that was not what I expected.

Argentina 3

And then a mister came out and sang. Boring. What I thought brilliant in Argentinean pavilion is that they did what others did not – They played and showed the short movies introducing Argentina between each programme.

Argentina 4Argentina-coll1Argentina 5Argentina-coll2

Yes! Yes! Yes! Argentina must show Tango! Tango! Tango!

Two teams danced tango, all were amazing! Yes, Tango! Sexy tango! You must see this Youtube clip. But the quality is bad for the dark light.

If you read my article by subscribing through RSS using some kind of RSS reader such as Google Reader, you may not watch the youtube clips. If so, come to my blog directly, and watch: https://crinje.wordpress.com/

Argentina 6

I think they danced in the first, they came again. They played some kind of drum (the drums look like very much similar to Korean ones.) They did some circus like shows too.

But, Argentina should show Tango! Tango! Tango!

!Muchas gracias Argentina para su Tango!

Related postings:

Folklorama: Germany
Folklorama: Spain



  1. Thank you for posting the Tango video clip. I enjoyed watching it. I also enjoy reading all your other blog posts. Your photos are great and your writing is very entertaining. Keep up the good work!

    Comment by gingembre — Wednesday, 15 August 2007 @ 20:08 | Reply

  2. Wow, thank you for your encouraging me 🙂

    Comment by Jemyoung Leigh — Wednesday, 15 August 2007 @ 20:28 | Reply

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