HIGHER REACHES ANSWERS: Lion dancing: history, traditions and its special place in Hong Kong culture explained [April 10, 2018]

HIGHER REACHES ANSWERS: Lion dancing: history, traditions and its special place in Hong Kong culture explained [April 10, 2018]

1. A

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3. He expects students to work hard and be passionate about lion dancing.

4. (i) native 

(ii) mimic 

(iii) influence 

5. During the second world war and the Cultural Revolution, the Communist Party in mainland China banned lion dance, which resulted in many troupes coming to Hong Kong. 

6. B

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9. Any two of

(i) Few students today do sports as a hobby (and even fewer take up lion dancing)

(ii) Most students lose interest in it after they try it. 

(iii) Few students have the time to practise. 

(iv) There are not many places to practise lion dance.

(v) Most parents prefer their children to study in their spare time.

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