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Worldviews illustrates the traditions, stories and talents by Indigenous artists from around the globe.

"Tjimur" is the Paiwan name for the village known as "San-ti-men" in Chinese. This cradle of culture for the Paiwan tribe is located in San-ti-men Township, Pingtung County. The dance company's Chinese name contains the characters "ku" and "hsin" (or "old" and "new") which suggests that the group's new spirit of dance is inspired by an ancient culture.

Tjimur Dance Theatre

August 18, 2012

Dance

Inspired by Paiwan traditions, Tijimur Dance Theatre is one of Taiwan's most exciting Indigenous contemporary dance companies. Established in April 2006 in Tjimur Village, the company is led by founder LiaoYing-Chieh, Artistic Director Liao Yi-Hsin and budding choreographer Madilin Baru. The company promotes local culture by sharing the refined art of Indigenous dance and music fused with modern dance and everyday gestures.

In partnership with
Taipei Cultural Center of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York
Asian-Canadian Special Events Association

Prices

Everyone: FREE
Sat, August 18
8:30pm–9:30pm
Redpath Stage and surrounding lawn
235 Queens Quay West, Toronto Ontario
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