Born: Yi-Lan, Taiwan
Trained: Australian Ballet School
Joined: 2011; Principal, 2017
Awards: Gold Medal, Asian Pacific International Ballet Competition, 2003.
Other companies: Australian Ballet (2005-11).
Guest performances: Le Spectre de la rose as a guest Principal with English National Ballet (2009) and Fall for Dance Festival, New York.
Created roles: The Tempest (Pan), roles in Kin. and Lyric Pieces
Favourite ballet score: It would have to be Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet. The music really takes you on a journey.
Most rewarding role: Symphonic Variations – you’re on stage from the beginning to the end.
Dance hero/heroine: Mikhail Baryshnikov and Sylvie Guillem – they still inspire me every day to be a greater dancer.
If you weren’t a dancer what would you be: Perhaps a pianist or interior designer, or maybe even a horticulturist
Frederick Ashton: The Dream (Puck), La Fille mal gardée (Alain) and Symphonic Variations
David Bintley: Aladdin (The Djinn of the Lamp), The Prince of the Pagodas (King of the East, Fool), Beauty and the Beast (Raven), Far from the Madding Crowd (Tumbler), Flowers of the Forest, E=mc² ('Celeritas²') and Faster, and David Bintley and Galina Samsova's production of Giselle ('Harvest pas de deux')
August Bournonville: The Flower Festival in Genzano
Nacho Duato: Por vos muero (Spanish music from the 15th and 16th centuries)
John Cranko: Pineapple Poll (Jasper)
Jessica Lang: Lyric Pieces
Kenneth MacMillan: Elite Syncopations ('Alaskan Rag'), Romeo and Juliet (Mercutio)
Wayne McGregor: Dyad 1929
Dame Peggy Van Praagh:Coppélia (Franz)
Jerome Robbins: The Concert (Shy Boy)
Alexander Whitley: Kin.
Peter Wright's production of The Nutcracker (Prince), Coppélia (Franz)
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