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TURA, July 10 - A group of students from Taipei, who are on a cultural trip to Garo Hills, felt that tribals of North East India have a lot of similarities with them. Bowled over by the natural beauty of the region, the students were delighted for being able to witness the culture and lifestyle of Garo tribe.

For students of Garo Hills, the opportunity was unique as well as they witnessed the exotic dance and music of different tribes from Taiwan at Don Bosco College here and at Loyola College in Williamnagar.

The visiting students performed their songs and dances and had a peep into the culture of the Garos with the host students displaying their traditional harvest dance � Wangala.

The group of 13 students from Fu Jen Catholic University in Taipei, were in Garo Hills from July 6-9.

The visitors observed the similarities in culture and lifestyle between themselves and the Garo tribe. The two-hour cultural show ended on a high note with students of Don Bosco College and Fu Jen Catholic University dancing together.

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Taiwanese students visit Garo Hills

TURA, July 10 - A group of students from Taipei, who are on a cultural trip to Garo Hills, felt that tribals of North East India have a lot of similarities with them. Bowled over by the natural beauty of the region, the students were delighted for being able to witness the culture and lifestyle of Garo tribe.

For students of Garo Hills, the opportunity was unique as well as they witnessed the exotic dance and music of different tribes from Taiwan at Don Bosco College here and at Loyola College in Williamnagar.

The visiting students performed their songs and dances and had a peep into the culture of the Garos with the host students displaying their traditional harvest dance � Wangala.

The group of 13 students from Fu Jen Catholic University in Taipei, were in Garo Hills from July 6-9.

The visitors observed the similarities in culture and lifestyle between themselves and the Garo tribe. The two-hour cultural show ended on a high note with students of Don Bosco College and Fu Jen Catholic University dancing together.

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