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Colossal Dance and Lemon Nipis Unite Indigenous Peoples at the Closing of KMAN VI

goodmorningpapua.com – The VI Congress of Indigenous Peoples of the Archipelago (KMAN) in Tanah Tabi officially closed, Sunday, October 30, 2022. The closing which took place at the Barnabas Youwe Stadium, Sentani was quite lively.

Colossal dances from various regions in the archipelago with various cultural attributes are the ultimate. The dance was performed by a combination of high school and vocational students in Jayapura Regency, Sentani City.

Not only the colossal dance, KMAN VI participants were also surprised by the charm of the lemon lime dance which is a social dance or modern dance of the Papuan coastal community.

Proudly, this dance was able to hypnotize all KMAN VI participants so that they swayed to the rhythm. Even the Chairman of the General Committee of KMAN VI, Mathius Awoitauw did not want to be left behind by joining the lemon lime dance line.

The sudden joining of Mathius Awoitauw, who is also the Regent of Jayapura, made the atmosphere at the closing of KMAN VI in Tanah Tabi even more festive. Thousands of people poured into SBY dancing together.

The lemon lime dance is also a farewell to all participants from all over the archipelago who will return to their own regions.

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