On the evening of Nov.20th , the final of the 10th Dance Championship “ Dancing for the Youth” of DNUI was started at the Students’ Activities Center. It is not only a duel of excellent players, but also a visual feast of attracting eyeballs.
Compared with the past, this activity both introduced fresh ideas in contents and made breakthrough in platform effect. The players varied in style and contributed amazing performance for spectators one after the other. Some organizations, such as Korean Association, the Troupe, and the champions last year also joined the activity and brought us a number of splendid performances.
In the individual competition, many performances like “Silence”, “Red Sorghum”, and “Without Tomorrow” left spectators deep impression. And the performances in team competition were carrying more new ideas: the performances like “Popping Candy Girls”, “Big Bang”, and “Earth Song” not only realized visual breakthrough, but also combined their shows with the social issues such as environmental friendliness, which was worth our reviewing and deep thinking.
Each dance was full of taste, each act was showing their respect to dreams, and each beat of heart was the pursuit to their unregretful youth! The spectators delivered constant applause and cheers, and the supporting members of each team pushed the whole final champion night into the peak.
After fierce competition, the champions were finally announced. Shan Yuhang won the champion of individual competition, and the team champions of modern dance and folk dance were both won by Japanese Department. “I saw so many excellent players in the preliminary, which promoted me to work harder, and I wish all of us could persist our hobby and build better ourselves by continuous growth and development.” said Shan Yuhang.
Teacher Li Nan said: “As an old saying goes ‘A minute on the stage takes ten-year practice’. All the players today provided us with excellent performances. In addition, we are delighted to see more and more fresh ideas in the students’ shows, and some programs even reflect the hot social issues like environmental pollution. I wish students could combine the form of art with their major knowledge together and could make further efforts to improve personal qualities.”