Course:Bachelor of Arts, University of Melbourne Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacqueline's first taste of dance began with ballet at the age of 4, however one year later aged 5, she decided to pursue traditional Chinese dance instead. This became the main focus of her dance for many of the following years of her life until she was exposed to contemporary dance at the age of 16.
Ever since Jacqueline was young, she was always interested and attracted by the performing arts. She learnt to sing in the early stages of her childhood and this became the first step in her becoming a performer. In terms of dance performances, she first started when she was 6. She participated in various dance performances and competitions with her dance troupe back in Malaysia and then in 2012 in China, participated in an international traditional Chinese dance competition in which she won Gold. Not long after, Jacqueline felt that she wanted to become a dancer that could cope with a variety of dance genres, so she began learning contemporary, lyrical and jazz styles. Then, soon after joining Flare Dance Ensemble in 2015, she also began dabbling in commercial styled dance.