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How we communicate is often accomplished through language but what if there was another way? Jubilee Media is bringing two international dancers together who speak entirely different languages to coordinate a routine despite the obvious barrier. David Vergara from Columbia and Rio June from Japan must work together through motions, sounds, and connectivity. The end result is actually very fascinating to watch. Interesting concept Jubilee!

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