Line dancing has become increasingly popular in the West – but when it comes to world jigging records it would appear that China has the edge. These dancers represented just a small percentage of the 25,703 people who turned out at 19 different locations in Hangzhou city to dance their way into the Guinness Book of Records for “World’s Largest Line Dance”, smashing the previous record of 17,000 participants in Atlanta, Georgia in 2007.Launch Slideshow 5 PHOTOS
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