on stage one.
For one performance at the fundraiser at Lions Club for the homeless kids at the Monarch School, in addition to dancing, she designed the flyer for the Monarch school project with her understanding she named the event “The Monarch Transformation” on the flyer. In addition, she not only designed a poster but also led and organized the kids to celebrate Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year with their dance and music performance for senior citizens. She serves as the sergeant-
Still, it is her dancing that garners awards.
In 2011, her “Fish” dance, choreographed by dance instructor Xingiin Liu earned her a Diamond Award and the judges’ “Gorgeous Quality Movement” Award in the National Spotlight Dance Competition in Los Angeles. That same year she was ranked among the top 10 young dancers her age demonstrating Asian dance.
In 2012, returning to the competition, her rendition of “Peacock by the Lake” earned her another Diamond Award as well as a top 10 solo award and a special “Outstanding Showmanship Award.”
This year, her Jazz solo “Cover Girl” earned Platinum Award and top 10 solo award at Starbound dance competition, and she also got the 2nd place among all Jr dancers and won “Tremaine Jr Convention Scholarship” at Tremaine Dance Competition. Her lyrical solo “Fly” earned another scholarship at KAR dance competition, and also received “Undulation Movement Award at Starbound. Her trio dance with 2 boys “Whatever Lola Wants” earned 2nd place overall and Special Judges Award for "Great Character Award” at Star-