Mr Marílio Wane

I was born in May 25th 1980, in Beira, Mozambique, and moved to Brazil, São Paulo, in 1990, where I lived for many years. In 2004, I graduated in Social Sciences at the University of São Paulo. In 2005, I came back to live in Mozambique working as a teacher in High School institutes and at the ARPAC-Instituto de Investigacao Sócio-Cultural. ARPAC is the Government’s organization (Ministry of Culture and Tourism) responsible for the Mozambican Intangible Cultural Heritage, where I worked in a research about Timbila (Masterpiece, 2005) and nowadays, in an Inventory of the country’s Traditional Dances.

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