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Why is the sasa important to the Samoan culture?

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because its only a samoan traditinal dance! and its important to its culture and dance!

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It could be because tradition and culture is important to the Samoan people. As a sense of belonging, language is also considered just as important when identifying that you are a proud Samoan.


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I don't know who that is but ask them..............sasa people.............. I don't know who that is but ask them..............sasa people..............



Anyone and everyone. Its usually performed in groups (i.e; church youth groups, schools, etc) But anyone can perform them...so long as you know the actions.


Im guessing kiuga is junior? Lol. and the rest is Im about to come hit you in the head


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