dance of Bali, Cakil, Gatot Koco, Peacock, and Betawi Mask had enliven
the celebration of the Parish of Santa Maria in Guadalajara, Mexico, on
Sunday (17/2) afternoon.
variety colours of the dancer clothes, the graceful movement, and the
accompaniment music that was quite alien to the audience made them the
center of attention.
is why after staging most of the audience approached the dancers and
staff of the Indonesian Embassy in Mexico City to seeking for more
information about Indonesia's culture as well as taking pictures
Embassy participation on several events, including the performance of
traditional dances in Guadalajara, is the continuation efforts to
introduce and promote understanding of Mexican society about Indonesia, a
mega-diversity country, that are separated by a distance but it feels
as if "just a smiley away from Mexico." (Source : Indonesian Embassy in