Growing up in Borneo Island, I dreamt of being a professional dancer since I was 10 years old and now, I teach and perform for a living, residing in Melbourne Australia. One of my earliest recruiters in Melbourne is KITA Performing Arts where I would focus on delivering oriental performances and workshops as a regular at Crown Casino especially during Chinese New Year and Moon Cake festivals.
In 2017 I was recruited by The SuperHoodz Crew solely for my Breaking skill set, and now I have expanded into a more versatile dancer in the Hip Hop realm, being one of the leading faces of the crew. My most notable work alongside The SuperHoodz are performing as official dancers for NBL Melbourne United's Basketball team during the seasonal games and JD Sports Australia, primarily during store openings and promotional seasons.
The goal once was to compete at the highest level particularly in Breaking, and now I have transitioned to pay forward to the next generation of dancers and performers while still dancing commercially in the industry."