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Diálogo andino

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VENEGAS ESPINOZA, Fernando. “TO THE PEOPLE, IN FIST PLACE, I OWE THIS DEVOTION. I WANT TO SAY HELLO WITH ALL MY TWINNING”: CHINESE DANCES AT THE COASTAL TROUGH OF THE LIMACHE RADIO STATION, 1966-1969. Diálogo Andino [online]. 2019, n.58, pp.59-75. ISSN 0719-2681.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0719-26812019000100059.

In this article, the gatherings of Chinese dances of the Aconcagua Valley carried out between 1966 and 1969 at the trough of the Limache Radio Station scenario in the Valparaiso Region will be analyzed. What was being commemorated was the October 12, the day of the race. In other words, a non-religious festival, forcing the ensigns and dancers to express themselves within certain formats different from the traditional ones, those of folklorism, but at the same time facilitating the expression of other topics related to those which are known today as “singing to the human”. It is also observed that simultaneously, the Chinese dances are linked to non-religious fields such the case of the Santiago International Fair in 1969 or the recognitions of a series of Chinese dances by researchers from the University of Chile. This denotes that in that time there was a greater appreciation of the popular culture by the official culture. A content analysis of the songs of the ensigns is also performed, allowed establishing some of the themes that were treated during these non-religious activities.

Palabras clave : Chinese dances; singing to the human; popular culture; Limache Radio Station.

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