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Naruwan (Taiko Drum Group)

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In January 2008, with the support of the Taiwanese American Community Center, collegiate taiko alum Diana Wu organized an open workshop for the local San Diego community as a means to introduce and teach the basics of taiko. Soon after, committed and enthusiastic individuals came together to begin the first Taiwanese American sponsored taiko drumming group in Southern California, Naruwan Taiko.

The name of Naruwan Taiko stems from the same word "naruw
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