Hong Kong Ballet’s Ye Feifei on dancing from the day she could walk, getting competitive in Canada and the thrill of starring in The Nutcracker

//Hong Kong Ballet’s Ye Feifei on dancing from the day she could walk, getting competitive in Canada and the thrill of starring in The Nutcracker

Hong Kong Ballet’s Ye Feifei on dancing from the day she could walk, getting competitive in Canada and the thrill of starring in The Nutcracker

I was born in 1988 in Shenyang, the capital of Liaoning province, in the north of China, close to the border with North Korea. I’m an only child. My mum is a very strong woman. She wanted to give me a good life, so she worked hard designing and making clothes. When I was young, she made all my clothes.She loved dancing, especially disco dancing, and danced even when she was pregnant with me. She encouraged me to dance from a very young age and, when I was two, I began learning traditional…

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