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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Tami Forrester


Joy C. Chen ’15 embarks on a journey as Mario during the Senior Interlude.




Beipeng Mu G (left) and Xiaoyue Xie ‘14 (right) use fans and handkerchiefs to emulate the beauty of the orchid flower in a Jiaozhou Yangge piece.




Students from Westwood Chinese School perform “Maiden Warriors”, a Chinese classical piece showcasing the agility and grace of ancient Chinese warriors.




Tina Zheng ’16 (left) and Beipeng Mu G (right) along with other performers in “Resonant Drums” present a Han ethnic piece using sharp movements combined with the striking of drums.




Members of MIT Lion Dance Group entertain the audience with a dance sequence that incorporates elements from many regions of China as well as modern choreography.




Weilian Chu ‘17 dances in “Baddest Female”.




Laura Y. Zhang ‘15 and Joshua ‘Muffin’ Gordonson mud wrestle at Senior House’s Steer Roast this Friday. Other events included numerous musical performances over the weekend as well as a feast Saturday afternoon.




Ladies of MIT Asian Dance Team present an adaptation of a dance of the Uyghur people from the western China region of Xinjiang.




Lamine Touré dances as Rambax, MIT’s Senegalese Drum Ensemble, performs outside the Student Center on Saturday afternoon. The group was founded in 2001 and is co-directed by Lamine Touré and the group’s faculty advisor Professor Patricia J. Tang.




Dancers practice Raas holding sticks called dandiyas. MIT South Asian Association of Students hosted an annual Garba Raas dance event called Milan at Walker Memorial this past Friday, where attendees practice Raas and Garba, traditional dance styles from the Indian state of Gujarat.



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