I can’t even remember where I first saw this clip, but it’s from a Cuban television show called “Para Bailar Casino,” sometime in 2005. This particular style of Salsa dancing had usually been unique to Cuba and Miami, but has been slowly spreading to wherever Salsa dancing happens around the world. So, it’s still fairly rare to see a Chinese guy (or any non-Cuban) who is this skilled at casino style Salsa. He has plenty of moves but, more importantly, he captures the fun spirit of the dance. The crowd obviously responds well, as you see them stand up and cheer!
In the video clip, there is a caption saying the name of the Chinese man is “You Fei Huo,” but apparently his real name is Yaofei Huo. For us English speakers, he goes by “David” Huo. 🙂 He teaches in Beijing, China at a place called Casa De David, and more personal background information can be found on these webpages:
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Setenta is a Cuban salsa move danced all over the world and it’s basic structure is built upon to create more complex patterns. This video lesson covers the basic setenta steps all beginner dancers should learn. Nick and Serena initiate the move with a simple guapea followed by an outside turn but in some parts of the world the move begins with a Vacila. Visit http://dancepapi.com for more free Cuban salsa tutorials.
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Silvito El Libre en el Cuban Music Festival en George Washington University 10/4/13. Concierto de Cuban Soul Foundation para los estudiantes en GWU. Hispanic and Latino Heritage event sponsored by CSF for the Cuban-American Students Association in GWU to boost awareness on Cuban culture and the realities of many inside that island. The event featured Cuban artists like Kokino (from anonimo consejo), David D Omni (from OMNI ZONA FRANCA), Silvito EL Libre, HIPNOSIS and Suffering Tool. Raising awareness on Cuba’s alternative and independent art & culture. Want CSF to bring these and other Cuban artists to visit your University? Email us at email@example.com Video Rating: / 5
A Congrí exquisite and easy to construct. Ingredients: black beans. Rice. Oil, 1/2 aji, 1/2 onion, 3 cloves of garlic, 1/2 teaspoon of cumin, 1/2 teaspoon oregano, 1 small bay leaf, 1/2 teaspoon of basil. Salt to taste.1/2 teaspoon white pepper. The amount of rice for that Congrí was also as two cups of liquid. In this recipe did he soften the beans that are 1 cup of water by six and i give him 20 minutes in my pressure cooker so that the grain does not soften too. Once past the time you took the steam and separated them from the broth right away to prevent further softening. I make a sofrito. I had two cups of rice in the rice pot. If the broth of the beans does not reach the measure of rice full with dry wine and vinegar, what s teaching at in the rice cooker and added the sofrito and salt. The rice used is jasmine. Once finished the rice, added the beans with a fry garlic for invokes the flavor,stir and presto! Clarified that even though the broth had reached would have used the dry wine and vinegar. I have been asked if this can be done with pre-cooked rice and i would say that in such a case we would have to alter the ingredients of this recipe because this rice takes a lot of fluid and grows fairly, it would be necessary to make an increase of all. The Congris is known by a few with black beans and others with kidney beans, but what is true is that it is a delicious dish and something very, very traditional in the Cuban cuisine. Video Rating: / 5