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Hudoq Mask Dancer : Stock Photo
This mask dance comes from the Dayak Kenyah and Dayak Modang tribes. This dance is usually performed as an exorcism ritual in traditional ceremonies, such as the ceremonial growing season. The Hudog Mask Dance contains a meaning in every movement. The dance choreography has meaning in every single move and characters which are diversified in line with the ritual of the ceremony.

Hudoq Mask Dancer

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This mask dance comes from the Dayak Kenyah and Dayak Modang tribes. This dance is usually performed as an exorcism ritual in traditional ceremonies, such as the ceremonial growing season. The Hudog Mask Dance contains a meaning in every movement. The dance choreography has meaning in every single move and characters which are diversified in line with the ritual of the ceremony.
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