High hopes and celebration accompanied the groundbreaking of the Chinese-backed Baha Mar on Feb. 21, 2011. Among the performers: Bahamian Junkanoo dancers and Chinese Lion Dance members, who celebrated a fusion of cultures. Among the many Chinese dignitaries there was Ambassador Hu Dingxian, who called the day ‘historic for the China-Bahama relations.’
High hopes and celebration accompanied the groundbreaking of the Chinese-backed Baha Mar on Feb. 21, 2011. Among the performers: Bahamian Junkanoo dancers and Chinese Lion Dance members, who celebrated a fusion of cultures. Among the many Chinese dignitaries there was Ambassador Hu Dingxian, who called the day ‘historic for the China-Bahama relations.’ REINHOLD MATAY PR NEWSWIRE
High hopes and celebration accompanied the groundbreaking of the Chinese-backed Baha Mar on Feb. 21, 2011. Among the performers: Bahamian Junkanoo dancers and Chinese Lion Dance members, who celebrated a fusion of cultures. Among the many Chinese dignitaries there was Ambassador Hu Dingxian, who called the day ‘historic for the China-Bahama relations.’ REINHOLD MATAY PR NEWSWIRE

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