Lion Dancers Portland, Oregon on High Poles - Jongs


      • White Lotus Dragon and Lion Dance Organization is the only not for profit team in the Portland, Oregon area. We came together as a group of inspirational young individuals that wanted a way to not only benefit local charities, but also to spread cultural awareness, while bonding as a group and having fun in the process.
      • We do many performances in the Portland area every year for Lunar New Year, conventions, grand opening celebrations, weddings, birthdays, and general charity events.

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SERVICES - Dragon Dance in Portland, Oregon

  • What's the difference between Dragon and Lion Dance?

    It is common to mistake a dragon and a lion. The lion is a ground animal, has 4 legs, and requires 2 people to perform. The chinese dragon on the other hand, is a creature that can fly through the air with its serpent-like body and requires more than six people to perform depending on the size of the dragon. A truly spectacular dragon performance can incorporate many skills and formations and requires the utmost teamwork, coordination, strength, and cardiovascular fitness.

    White Lotus Dragon and Lion Dance Association is proud to be one of only a few teams in the state that offers a dragon performance.

    Our dragon dance offerings:
    ♧ 8 person dragon with dragon pearl leader
    ♧ Full dragon instrumental team performance
    ♧ Special lucky scroll drops and confetti endings

    Lion dance performance on Jongs - Portland White Lotus Lion and Dragon Dance Association
    The Asian dragon (Loong) is a creature of much cultural significance and many cultures (Chinese, Vietnamese, etc) proudly self-identify as being descendants of the mythical creature.

    Feel free to contact us today for any other questions or to schedule our group in for a dragon dance performance in Portland!