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The lion dance requires perfect harmony between the two performers filling the roles of front and rear legs.

The king kala dance has played a vital role in the Tai Yai community for centuries. Traditionally, it is performed on Ok Pansa, the day that marks the end of the three-month Buddhist Lent, to welcome Lord Buddha back to Earth after his visit to heaven.



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