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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Dragon Dancers

Legacy launches "Kingdom of the Dragon" on October 18th at The Anchorage, however private sections are already busy promoting, this one is called "Dragon Dancers" and the prices are not bad at all for All-Inclusive:


Carnival 2009 V.I.P. Section

Dragon Dancers

Chinese New Year Dragon Dance showcases the best of Chinese traditions and customs. For centuries, Chinese have shown great belief and respect towards dragon. The people of China have faith in a long held belief that they are descendents of the dragon, an age old conviction which is firmly embedded in their customs and traditions. Whereas in western cultures dragons are usually regarded as a symbol of scare and malevolence, in China the dragon is held in high esteem for its supernatural power, goodness, fertility, vigilance and poise.


NORMAL SECTION - $ 2,200.00 TT V.I.P.
SECTION - $ 2,000.00 TT V.I.P.


Vintage Tuesdays...

Today I have two Post War Carnival articles dated 1946.

During the war for almost six years Carnival celebrations were "restricted" and 1946 marked the return of Carnival in it's full splendor.

You will note that last week I published 1900 -1903, and this week we jumped to 1946, well there are no articles published between 1904 -1945 strangely!

Part 1 can be accessed by this link or downloaded here.

Part 2 can be accessed by this link or downloaded here.


Steel Band

SOURCE: National Cultural Council Cultural Research
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