Matt Harding, better recognised as the guy who travelled around the world to do a goofy dance at each place he visited, is back with another video.
Harding became an internet sensation when he first released his dancing-around-the-world video in 2008 where he would "flail his limbs in a way that feels natural and good and fun".
After his "Where the Hell is Matt?" videos went viral, he also danced his way into TV sets and movie theatres when he starred in a series of Visa commercials showing off his moves in popular tourist destinations.
In his latest video, however, the 36-year-old techie and former game designer ditches his goofy shuffle to learn the native dances of the places he visits. He makes his way to places such as Kigali, Rwanda; Seville, Spain; Damascus, Syria; and Pyongyang, North Korea.
While producing his video, Harding danced with various charity organisations and featured them in his website hoping that viewers can donate to the organisations such as Amnesty International and Haitian Relief Organisation.
Watch the video below.