Yes we have street dancing in the West but mostly promoted by the few Dance Studios in this section. There doesn't seem to be any studio that teach "Ballroom" dancing. Of course,
"Ballroom" has been inherited as unacceptable in the West.
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Some dance schools use street dance as a form of physical education. While line dances may be considered street, vernacular, or folk dances, they may require some professional instruction (or choreography) and integrate moves derived from studio dance styles. We shall see more when we get some night clubs in the West.
"Dream Lover" .... Bobby Darin
For example, when breakdancing evolved out of early hip-hop culture, people came up with their own moves, and other people improved them. Street dances constantly evolve for as long as they are intermittently practiced and regarded as the same dance. All the moves danced to breaks in hip-hop culture was regarded as breakdancing.
"Unchained Melody" .... Righteous Bros.
Many street dances evolve outside of professional dance environments and there is no social and/or legal record. Street/vernacular dance pioneers also rarely have professional degrees in dance, thus distinguishing street dance from other modern dance forms. Fortunately, when they get over thirty they become interested in social cultural dancing. This has been a new territory too long in coming.