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Hip-hop pops by Shenzhen
    2013-04-04  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    HUNDREDS of street dancers, rappers and artists flocked into Futian Sports Park and enjoyed the atmosphere together with hip-pop fans and curious visitors, as the First China (Shenzhen) International Hip-hop Cultural Festival kicked off on March 29.

    During the three-day festival, many rappers and more than 100 dancing groups from the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan performed on stage. Some attended cultural forums and exhibitions featuring hip-hop fashion, graffiti and motorcycles.

    And rain did not seem to deter around 1,000 fans who attended the three-hour hip-hop award ceremony in the park during the rainy night of March 30.

    A Guangdong-based dancing group SPEED was the biggest winner taking the “Most Valuable Dancing Group” and the “Best Dancing Studio” awards. Rapper group C-Block took “Most Popular Rapper Group,” rapper Miss Ko, a Taiwanese hip-hop rookie, was named “ Rapper with Most Potential,” and the “ Dancer with Most Potential” went to dancer Huang Zihao.

    Perhaps due in part to its large population of young people, Shenzhen has witnessed a growth of hip-hop culture in recent years. The city has encouraged the development of this subculture, and aims to make it a pilgrimage site of hip-pop, in the hope of attracting more young people to the city. (Cecilia Tan)

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