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World Order @ Fort Mason Center 

Wednesday, Jul 20 2016

With a motto like "Pop is our tradition," it's no wonder the J-POP SUMMIT is a celebration of Japanese movies, music, and pop culture. One of this year's musical acts is the electronic dance group World Order, which — fun fact — made an appearance on The Amazing Race in 2015. Created by former mixed martial arts champion Genki Sudo, the six-man act performs tightly choreographed robotic dance routines to its own music, while dressed in natty business suits that, Sudo says, are intended to "mock the stereotype of Japanese salarymen who work like robots every day."


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