Yiou Guo, Bright Pearl Dance
Chinese Children’s Dance Instructor
Yiou Guo is an international dance artist, choreographer, and educator. With the solid education from both the western and eastern world, she received her bachelor and master degree in dance respectively at Capital Normal University in Beijing and New York University Tisch School of the Arts. She excels at teaching ballet, contemporary dance, Chinese folk and traditional dance. Ms. Yiou has performed her own choreography for “Who Am I”, “Glow” and “Blurred Face” in New York and received many positive feedback from dance reviewers. She also worked as a dancer and choreographer in Second Avenue Dance Company in New York.
Through her whole dancing career, she has traveled and performed across the world, including her performance at Cambridge University in the UK and the Olympic Center in Japan in 2008 and 2012 respectively.
In 2012, she participated in the creating process of a group dance “morning love”, which was a qualifier to the “Tao Li” Dance Competition and won the gold medal of 6th Dance Competition of Five Provinces in Northern China.
She has been invited to perform and choreograph many times at Beijing Television, China Central Television, and Phoenix North America Chinese Channel. She is experienced in Chinese and American dance education and obtained the registered teacher qualifications from American Ballet Theater.
Xiaoyi Chen is a Harvard University and Wellesley College WuShu coach. She is a China Class I Wushu Judge, and a China Class I Wushu Athlete. She has achieved her 6th Dan degree in WuShu, and has gold medals from many U.S. and Chinese tournaments.
Xiaoyi earned her degree in WuShu education from Beijing Sport University, WuShu College, in China.
Calvin Wang is a Harvard University and Wellesley College WuShu coach with over fifteen years of experience. His talent and expertise is known internationally, and he has performed in competitions throughout the U.S.