Mongolian girls dancing in gmtlight Office，relax a moment.
Mongolian people are good at singing and dancing. In gmtlight's Beijing office, they try to avoid going out during the outbreak of new coronavirus pneumonia. They use singing and dancing to activate their cultural life.
Folk dances in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Jilin and Heilongjiang provinces. Mongolian dance culture is closely related to their hunting and nomadic life. The primitive dance form of Mongolian ancestors has vivid and real expression in the paintings of Yinshan cliff and Wulanchabu cliff carved in the Neolithic and bronze age. In ancient times, there were many Mongolian Dances imitating fierce animals, such as "white sea green" (White Eagle) dance, bear dance, lion dance, deer dance, etc. As an independent form, most of these dances are lost, but they are still reflected in Shaman Dance.
Mongolian totems are fierce animals and birds, worshiping white color. In ancient Shamanism, witches were dancing in white robes and white silk scarves. Until the 1950s, the ancient dance form of "Andai" (also known as Chagan Eliye) was still popular among the Mongolian people, and its dance features of "stepping on the ground" as a festival still maintained the widely popular dance features of the Mongolian people in ancient times. The secret history of Mongolia, written in 1240, records the warm scene of dancing in the celebration: "dancing around the fluffy trees, stepping straight out... The dust without knees." In the Yuan Dynasty, there are also verses such as "only starting and closing in unison, stopping and separating Cao" and "setting foot in song and getting drunk in camp late", which are descriptions of this kind of dance.
Office dance performance can make you relax a moment after busy work and enjoy the traditional Chinese dance culture. (gmtlight Beijing)