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The Chinese Performing Artists of America, based in San Jose, and Dalian Northeastern Asia Production Ltd., of China, are presenting the Silicon Valley International Dance Competition, which will be held Jan. 21 through 23 in downtown San Jose. Judging will take place in the more intimate setting of a studio, rather than on a stage, with the intention of putting dancers more at their ease. But local audiences will be able to catch performances by competitors, with both the semi-final and final rounds open to the public. Semi-finals take place Jan. 22, 1 p.m. and the final competition, which is a more formal gala performance, takes place Jan. 23, 1 p.m. Both rounds will be held at the Montgomery Theatre, Market and San Carlos streets, San Jose.

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