An important part of local culture in Bali is the artistic expression through dance. Joel meets
Wayan Suatra, who founded a Deaf dance group, and visits with the group to see how they
prepare their costumes for dance. Joel then takes in a terrific performance by the Bali dance
group, which literally includes some fiery performances!
Thanks to ZVRS for making our Around The World 3 trip possible with their sponsorship.

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  • that one of good deaf do that of dance slient of bali life to work every one see deaf dance to be better life. proud of deaf bali people . also I glad u travel there to learn lot of there.. keep going find dream there will wild dream.. bye

  • That is so so fabulous fabulous !! Fasincated how beautiful they made the custome clothes and dance. The make up on their faces are so beautiful and impressed me how much they work very, very hard to proof that they CAN do IT !!

    I enjoyed this vlog very much.


  • I liked the part of flamethrower and interpreter, when the interpreter asked how the flamethrower feel about how he feels about hearing watching them and he responded with sign of feck them, as when you put your hand under your chin then move your hand out of your chin forward. I hope u gets it. What a proudly deaf guy!

  • Thank you for sharing this. What an amazing trip and experience for you. Watching the rhythm and grace of these dancers in such a beautiful place. Wow!

  • I enjoyed looking at different vidoes. I thought that flamethrower and Bali Dances really fabulous to make us so proud of being Deaf like them. Iam really impressed with them. Thanks for your sharing. Absolutely awesome!!!

  • Actually, Impression those have a gift talent. Praise Lord ! I really love this, but other more video all are good. Thanks, Donna

  • Enjoyed watching so many videos and everything is amazing, , different culture, different language, etc etc, so interesting , it shows that Deaf People Can Do it, nothing is impossible, the filming is outstanding , even the presentation is excellent , well done, Joel and to the cameraman.