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Employment History

Ambassador of Peruvian Dance

Soy Andina

Professor

Hosei University

Education

doctorate

University of Tokyo

Web References (4 Total References)


Soy Andina: The Blog: Naomi Sasaki: the ambassador of Peruvian dance in Japan

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Naomi Sasaki: the ambassador of Peruvian dance in Japan | Permalink | Comments (1) Soy Andina: The Blog: Naomi Sasaki: the ambassador of Peruvian dance in Japan

Soy Andina: The Blog
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Naomi Sasaki: the ambassador of Peruvian dance in Japan Here's the latest update from Naomi Sasaki, our Japanese anthropologist-turned Peruvian folkdancer friend (see this blog for the back story):
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Naomi Sasaki


Soy Andina: The Blog

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Like two weeks ago, when I met Naomi Sasaki, a Japanese anthropologist also known as "Qhari waqa chiq" -- quechua for "she makes the men cry."

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Here in Peru, Naomi is studying Peruvian Scissors Dance (Danza de las Tijeras), an incredible dance from the highlands performed with scissors.
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I should ask the man who bestowed her quechua name -- the legendary violinist Don Maximo Damien, pictured with Naomi.
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Back in Japan, Naomi is a professor at Hosei University in Tokyo, and preparing for her doctorate at the University of Tokyo on the theme of "Cholificacion y la cultura popular."
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Next year Naomi will be back to perform in Peru.


Soy Andina: The Blog:

www.soyandina.com [cached]

Like two weeks ago, when I met Naomi Sasaki, a Japanese anthropologist also known as "Qhari waqa chiq" -- quechua for "she makes the men cry."

...
Here in Peru, Naomi is studying Peruvian Scissors Dance (Danza de las Tijeras), an incredible dance from the highlands performed with scissors.
...
I should ask the man who bestowed her quechua name -- the legendary violinist Don Maximo Damien, pictured with Naomi.
...
Back in Japan, Naomi is a professor at Hosei University in Tokyo, and preparing for her doctorate at the University of Tokyo on the theme of "Cholificacion y la cultura popular."
...
Next year Naomi will be back to perform in Peru.


Soy Andina: The Blog:

www.soyandina.com [cached]

Naomi Sasaki: the ambassador of Peruvian dance in Japan Here's the latest update from Naomi Sasaki, our Japanese anthropologist-turned Peruvian folkdancer friend (see this blog for the back story):

...
Naomi Sasaki

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