China is now regulating dancing in public

China now regulating public dancing
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Older women in China have enjoyed square-dancing in public spaces for years, but thanks to noise complaints about loud music, China's government is stepping in.

China's sports and culture authorities will now regulate public dancing, China Daily reports. Not only will authorities regulate sound levels, but they will also provide the choreography for China's square-dancers. On Monday, the General Administration of Sport of China and the Ministry of Culture revealed 12 choreographed routines.

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