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Dancing dreams for the hearing impaired

Updated: 2013-11-22 15:25 (chinadaily.com.cn)
Dancing dreams for the hearing impaired

Han Xiufeng (2nd right), the teacher for the Huakaiwusheng Art Troupe, which belongs to the Special Education College at Zhongzhou University, directs a student's dance moves on Nov 20, 2013. [Photo/Xinhua]

Huangkaiwusheng Art Troupe consists of almost 100 deaf and mute students from Zhongzhong University. The group of students, who are all around the age of 20, pay more attention to their daily dance training than anything else because music does not play a key role in their dance moves due to their hearing impairment. Although hearing impairments bring a certain inconvenience, the students are still able to display their youthful vigor through dancing. Through their teacher's help, dance has been a part of their lives and has helped them gain confidence and happiness in the dance world. In recent years, the troupe has produced a number of quality productions including Four Seasons in Fingers and Cucurbit Flute which was performed several times up on the stage.

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