what the irish can do …. Posted on October 28, 2020 by viveka 16 the Chinses can to better!!!! Or they gave them a good run for the money here. This just AWESOME!!!!! Enjoy!!! My good friend Eha in Australia sent me this… “Tall and straight, my mother taught me – this is how we dance” Unknown https://wp.me/p293Pw-h3hShareFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
So wonderful, Viveka. Riverdance came to Florida many years ago and I had the joy of seeing it then. The exuberance of these dancers was so fun to watch.
Oh, don’t we all remember Riverdance … that magical Eurovision evening from Dublin in 1994. I saw the show myself in Edinburgh a year later. Seen all his shows. Irish dancing is very big in the US. I ended up in the US championship in Chicago in 2012 – the hotel was full of dresses, wigs … grandmas … dancers of all ages. Talked to some of them and they all said that it’s specially hard on the knees.
Michael Flatley has spinal, foot and knee problems now. That had to be hard on the body.
Oh my god … poor man, but I’m not surprised with all that Irish dancing he has been doing.
Wow… what an incredible performance!! Thank you for sharing with us, Vive!
Amy, you know me .. when I com across some great I have to share, so glad you enjoyed it.
Wonderful, Viveka. I would like to reblog it later.
I couldn’t save it to my YouTube account. The ‘save’ button is turned off. But I watched it many times!!
Miriam, what I understand is that saving in the Youtube account only last until you turn off the unit. The saving only last so long the unit is on. I have tried to save too.
The easiest way to find it … is to go to your Youtube history. I watched it already twice today. *smile
I saved some videos in my library of my YouTube account. I haven’t exceed the number of videos. So they’re all in the library so far. 😊
Okay, I didn’t save to a library … just only saved and that will only last for that period I’m logged in. Have to look into that properly.
I have also seen a musical ride with at least 20 Chinese women, all with makeup, riding white Lusitano horses, in patterns in some amazing arena with chandeliers. I know that the Chinese like show jumping but this was more like dressage. Amazing! Just like the video in your post.
Anne, I found the Chinese ladies on horses, but it was a video about how popular horse riding has become in China, still amazing what was shown from their performance. I spent time in China in the late 70’s and I not surprised that what ever they do they do extraordinarily – extremely determent people, just like the Japanese. Thank you so much for you visit.
Vivi – am so glad you enjoyed this and that it is going around ! Methinks many of us remember back to the joy of Michael Flatley and Riverdance . . . and now have to admire the utter precision and correctness of youngsters from another race and country getting the feeling-world almost right !!! I just wonder what my dear Irish friends think . . . oh, Vivs, you have made me smile . . .
Eha, thanks for the link … I have Irish friends and they all loved the video. Riverdance was amazing when it came – but Irish Dancing is so popular all over the world. I think those young Chinese is just AWESOME!!! But that is in the Chinese mentality – determination !!!!! Don’t know how many time I have watch the video. Just brilliant.