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Beijing Dance Academy

"BDA offers a wide range of academic programs in Performance, Choreography, Dance Studies, Artistic Design for Theatre, Film & TV and Public Administration, with 18 concentrations at undergraduate level and 36 concentrations at postgraduate level..."

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Dai Ailian Foundation (DAF)

"Dai Ailian Foundation (DAF) is a non-profit company, incorporated on July 26, 2011 in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.DAF was formed to honour Dai Ailian, an international dance icon, distinguished principal dancer, teacher, choreographer, dance company artistic director, researcher, labanotator, lecturer and demonstrator who was born in Couva, Trinidad in 1916..."

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Dai Ailian

Madame Dai

"Born in Trinidad, West Indies, of Cantonese parents on May 10, 1916. Educated at St. Hilary’s High School in Port of Spain, Trinidad.At the age of 5, Dai Ailian learned ballet from her third-removed cousin, Sylvia Chen (Chen Xilan), who had studied in London, England...."

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Welcome to Dai Ailian Foundation

The Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications of The Peoples Republic Of China honors Dai Ailian releasing on 30th September 2005 a set of 16 stamps in her honor. These thematic stamps were designed by the Contemporary China’s Cultural Masters.

Dai Ailian Foundation (DAF) is a non-profit company, incorporated on July 26, 2011 in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, with non-profit status currently being applied for.  The Foundation currently has 5 Directors.

DAF is being formed to honour Dai Ailian, an international dance icon,  distinguished principal dancer, teacher, choreographer, dance company artistic director, researcher, labanotator, lecturer and demonstrator who was born in Couva, Trinidad in 1916. Get more

 

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Notable Articles

Dai Ailian Mother of Chinese Ballet and Chinese Modern DanceTrinidad And Tobago Newsday 2013

A Lifeline For Young TalentTrinidad And Tobago Newsday 2012

Dai Ailian, Vital Figure in Building Ballet in China, Dies at 89The New York Times

Dai Ailian, a Legendary Ballerinawww.china.org.cn