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Ambassador of Peruvian Dance

Soy Andina


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Hosei University


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

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

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:

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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): Naomi Sasaki


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