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Originating in China’s Tang dynasty, the barongsai (lion dance) is a traditional dance performance that has long been part of Chinese New Year celebrations. In Indonesia, several Chinese communities have established barongsai groups to introduce this traditional art to local communities. One of them is the Kong Ha Hong dance troupe.
Founded in 1999 by the Hong clan, descendants of the world-famous Chinese martial artist and folk hero Wong Fei-hung, the troupe fought a great battle to bring the barongsai culture to Indonesia.