A young Toronto dancer ascends to the world stage and performs with Shen Yun.
Mr. Trang believes Shen Yun is the only avenue presently available for Chinese people to express their “rich culture.”
After years of training and performing, Mr. Sun understands deeply that classical Chinese dance is much more than just technique.
Once unfamiliar with the almost lost dance form and the associated legends and tales, Mr. Wang has distinguished himself with his persistence, earnestness, and pursuit of [...]
To be the best, Ms. Shia said you have to “always have the heart to keep going and persevering.”
An Australian native, Andy Shia possesses a cheeky humor you wouldn't suspect from his contemplative manner.
Mr. Huang takes hours to do background research on a specific character he will portray in a piece, especially if the character is a historical figure or an important catalyst [...]
Besides being a classical Chinese dancer, Ms. He excels in classical piano, an endeavor she began at age 4.
In addition to being principal dancer, Mr. Sae-Li has twice won the silver award in New Tang Dynasty Television's International Classical Chinese Dance Competition.
Ms. Liu studied piano, singing, and painting from a young age, but she chose classical Chinese dance as her specialization and her career.
As other classical Chinese dancers are putting on lightened stage make-up, Miranda Zhou-Galati of Chinese and Italian ancestry, chooses a different shade of foundation.
“Good techniques can’t just be achieved through mechanical practice. You have to think about the angles, directions, and trajectory to get the best results.”
Mr. Bojian Li is is a three-time consecutive gold winner (2008-2010) of the NTD Television's International Classical Chinese Dance Competition. If such accolades are not [...]
Growing up in Sydney, Liu had a strong desire to know more about his Chinese heritage. Eager to learn, he took up classical Chinese dance.
In classical Chinese dance, Ms. Jiang says, “Feeling is harder to get than the actual techniques."