Representative List 2014
EN: Charles Reyes, "chino puntero" of Cay Cay's Baile Chino, during the Petorquita fiesta's procession
EN: "Chino Puntero" of Cay Cay's Baile Chino during the Petorquita fiesta's procession
EN: Puchuncavl's Baile Chino while performing their traditional choreographic movements during the Petorquita fiesta's procession.
EN: Founded in 1585, Baile Chino N 1 Barrera dances in the Andacollo fiesta. 2009
EN: 428 years old, Baile Chino N 1 Barrera playing the flutes strongly within their temple in Andacollo, thereby counteracting the sound of "heavy-instruments" religious dances
EN: Cay Cay's Baile Chino jumping during the Pachacamita fiesta.
EN: Baile Chino N 6 La Cantera, Coquimbo, executing dance steps in front of the Virgin of Andacollo. With the flute, Leonel Muñoz, second chief and singer, with the flags, Jorge Araya, Jaime Rojas and Patricio Rojas
EN: Every December 27th, "Bailes Chinos" N 1 Barrera and N 8 Andacollino gather to transfer the Virgin from the Basilica to the Old Temple, Andacollo. From left to right: Meregildo Ramos, Quintin Marin, Mario Martinez, Gustavo Ossandon, Juan Leon y Hugo Pasten
EN: Frank Alvarez, chief of Baile Chino N 5 San Isidro de La Pampa, La Serena, singing to the Virgin of Andacollo during his presentation
EN: Luis Bolados, standard-bearer and chief of Baile Chino N 3 El Molle from the Elqui River Valley, indicates the rhythmic and choregraphic changes with the movement of his flag during his presentation to the Virgin of Andacollo.