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Mao Dance In Langa Langa Lagoon.

Langa Langa Lagoon is a Lagoon in Malaita Province,in Solomon Islands.this Mao Dance cultural group was in Aibola Community in Langa Langa Lagoon. this dancing group were formed in 2017 by one of the elderly men in this community.his idea was to pass on this traditional knowledge dancing to the new generation to keep or practic it.
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