Yoyo School of Dancing has educated many outstanding dancers since the school established. Yoyo dance studio has been always strengthening the quality of teaching to ensure that students receive formal and systematic dance training. Yoyo School of Dancing is grandly launching the "Wonderful Dancer Series". There are outstanding dancers who were invited by Yoyo dance studio to tell everyone about their dance learning experience, dance knowledge, and some interesting stories that happened during their dance training. In their dance worlds, I hope you can feel the valuable qualities they possess such as positive efforts, persistent love, the pursuit of perfection, the respect for and trust in their dance instructors. The spread of the "Wonderful Dancer Series" will help you to set a goal in dance and give you a better understanding of these dancers with their beautiful dance stories. I hope you dance with the rhythm, dance with the body, and dance with the heart.
"Wonderful Dancer Series" of this article is Victoria Wong
8 years ago, my mom brought me to observe a dance class. I remember immediately being intrigued and wanting to join the other girls. Before watching them, I had no idea what kind of training went into being a dancer, but what I saw that day had interested me. I admired the dances and exercises I saw so much that when I went home I tried stretching and teaching myself certain skills I saw in that class. Soon after, my mom signed me up for dance lessons. It wasn’t easy at first, there was a long way to go. I used to get frustrated so often, sometimes to the point where I would cry. However, I still looked forward to it every week because I wanted to keep learning and improving. Dance quickly became my new passion, it taught me how to express myself through my body and facial expressions.
Within a few years, I was training for competitions. Dance classes became more intense and demanding, but that only pushed me to work harder. It was all worth it when it was time to compete. My favourite part of competing is when I take a bow after my dance and the audience is clapping. For a brief moment, I feel as if I am on top of the world! I have been so fortunate to have many opportunities where I can perform and showcase what I have learned. These past eight years have been filled with a lot of sweat and bruises, but also with many accomplishments, and they all make me the dancer I am today. Looking back, it’s amazing to see how much I have grown!
Jinjin: In September 2019, I started teaching Victoria. She is a smart, diligent, and focused student, and she performed very well in the dance training. I am very lucky to be her dance instructor. I hope Victoria can go further on the road of dance.
Want to see Victoria's dance? Click the video link below :-)
Like a song of youth in full bloom!