Cuban couple dancers perform in Harbin
Updated : 2015-10-09
By ( Xinhua )
Cuban dancers Josh (R) and Sarah perform at the EcoTime World Theme Park in Harbin, capital of Northeast China's Heilongjiang province, Sept 26, 2015. Josh and Sarah, a couple of lovers from Cuba who were dancers in the Havana Royal Ballet, now perform dance at the EcoTime World Theme Park in Harbin. They have to perform at least four hours at the stage and rehearse for more than five hours every day. "We aspired to Chinese culture when we were in Cuba and we were amazed at China's fast development when we arrived here," said Josh and Sarah. They hope to use their revenues to travel around China so as to better learn Chinese culture. [Photo/Xinhua]
Cuban dancers Josh (R) and Sarah perform at the EcoTime World Theme Park in Harbin, Sept 26, 2015. [Photo/Xinhua]
Cuban dancers Josh (L) and Sarah warm up before a performance at the EcoTime World Theme Park in Harbin, Sept 26, 2015. [Photo/Xinhua]
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