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Square dancing rules set good example

China Daily | Updated: 2017-11-15 07:18

ON MONDAY, the General Administration of Sport issued a detailed document to regulate square dancing, which forbids people square dancing in places such as martyrs' cemeteries or school grounds, while also requiring gymnasiums to allow square dancers access during certain hours. Thepaper.cn comments:

Square dancing must be one of the most popular group activities for senior citizens in China. From metropolises to small cities to rural regions, it is common to see the elderly dancing in groups in squares or any piece of space large enough to hold them.

Yet many complain about the noise and nuisance they create. And there is often news about square dancers "occupying" the basketball courts in communities. Likewise, the elderly dancers often complain that there are very few places they can congregate.

Square dancing rules set good example

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