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The move has impressed many in the neighborhood. A female reside

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everal conflicts in the past and said she’s very happy the seniors have solved the problem.

上海后花园女神会所Before the new technology was put into use, some dancers worried whether wearing a headset is harmful to their ears or

whether they could all hear the same music at the same time. They found this wasn’t a problem at all.

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Dream Team is now a large square dance group with 121 members. Members are from Guangxi, Sh

andong, Chongqing and other places and are all retirees above 50, with the oldest 82 years old.

Their daily hour-long square dances are held from 8-9 pm.上海后花园女神会所

Besides their regular evening dancing, the dancers also enter will provincial dance competitions in Guangxi and travel together.

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ith their headsets to support them, thinking it is a practice worth expanding nationwide.

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80 percent year-on-year over the past two months, while more than 10 percent of to

urism employees had zero income, a joint survey by three tourism trade unions in the city found.上海后花园

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Respondents said that compared with the same period last year, on average, the number of tour groups they received d

ropped more than 70 percent and their earnings were down by about 75 percent since this June. Among them, 40 percent sa

w a fall of more than 90 percent in income and more than 10 percent had no income at all.

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