August 18th, 2018 QiXi “Chinese Valentine’s Day” Celebration Program:

  1. Red Ribbon Dance

In Chinese culture when a bride and a groom are to be wed, they’re tied together by a long length of red ribbon. The color red symbolizes happiness and good fortune. We felt it appropriate to start off an event celebrating love with the Red Ribbon Dance.

  1. Kang Ding Love Song

This song was written by man for his lover who was from the town of Kan Ding. In it he professes his love as well as sings about love for the world.

  1. Peacock 

In some Eastern cultures, it is believed that a peacock’s body does not decay after death. Hence it has been attributed to immortality. The magnificent colors of the tail is said to symbolize varying hues of love. As a result, peacock feathers have become a popular decoration at weddings to symbolize undying, multi-faceted love.

  1. Deepa from Boomalakshmi Entertainment

Dancer will be balancing and dancing on a mud pot with mud lamps in hand which is the oldest form of Indian art

  1. Bboom Bboom by Momoland

Members of Yin Tang Dance Company’s K-pop team, “DNA Level-C” will be covering “Bboom Bbbom”

  1. Three Rays of Heaven’s Light

A little fairy goddess wonders about the fate of humanity. Her sister comes in to explain that as long as they hold onto the “Three Rays of Heaven’s Light”: Courage, Compassion, and Wisdom, they will find their way.

  1. Ddu-Du Ddu-Du by Black Pink

Four dancers will lead this kpop number. Members of the audience are encourage to join onstage.

  1. Pink Soda & Pandoradances

Guest appearance by PinkSoda kpop covers with Pandoradances

  1. The Ripe Grapes of Tulufan

A dance from the XinJiang province of China. A man leaving for war sings to his young wife, promising to return home before the grapes on their grapevine are ripe.

10. DNA by BTS

BTS kpop cover dance performance

  1. Short Story
    explaining the Cow Herder and Weaver Girl, or the QiXi holiday
  2. The Papercut Dolls

Chinese papercut dolls come to life in this dance as they play around with their creators.

  1. GoGo by BTS

Kpop Dance, with audience members invited onstage

  1. Shine by Pentagon

Kpop Dance, with audience members invited onstage

  1. The Cow Herder and Weaver Girl story reenacted

A few members of the audience will be asked to volunteer for bit roles

  1. BAAM! By Momoland

Kpop Dance, with audience members invited onstage


Yin Tang Dance offers traditional Chinese performances for all type of events, as well as some hip hop. We can perform up to 60 minutes and generally charge $10/ minute.  A booking of 15 minutes is minimum. A 10% additional fee is added during Lunar New Year and Moon Festival seasons. If outside of Cuyahoga County, other fees apply. To inquire, please contact: yintangdance(at)gmail.com

“Unique, Fun, Expressive.  A New Way to Move!

Yin Tang Dance has been in Cleveland since 1999. Originally a dance instructor at the CCCCA, Yin Tang separated to form the performance focused company in 2013. The dancers perform styles centered around historical songs, legends and different regions of China. Each region holds deep cultural roots and are unique in their own way. Yin Tang Dance does not only bring a colorful show, but a cultural experience as well.

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About Yin Tang: Cleveland’s premier Chinese choreographer, she began learning dance at the age of three from her mother who was professionally trained in Classical Chinese dance. In her high school and early college days, she traveled to China over the summers and continued dancing with instructors from professional schools in Chongqing. Yin has also trained in classical and romantic ballet to further her technique.

She has taught at the CCCCA (cccca.org) since 1999 and left in 2013 to form her own company.  Some other schools she has taught for include: Chinese Academy of Cleveland (Shaker Hts, OH), Families with Children from China (Akron, OH), Chinese Culture Club (Euclid, OH), and workshops for the University of Akron.  Her studio is located in the Asian Services in Action office at 3631 Perkins Ave, Cleveland, OH.

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4 thoughts on “About

  1. Hello, My name is Normaris Mendoza and I am the ESL Tutor at St. Wendelin Catholic School in Fostoria, Ohio. Currently I have fifteen international students from China who have chosen to study at our school. I believe that in order to be overall successful it is important to not only learn the American culture and language, but for the Chinese students to give our American students a look into their culture. Therefore I am trying to plan a Chinese New Year event at St. Wendelin School in Febuary. With that said is there a possibility of having some of your students perform at the school in honor of the Chinese New Year festivities? Please feel free to either email me at normaris.mendoza@stwendelin.org or I can be reach at (419) 435-8144. Thank you, and I look forward to hearing from you soon!

  2. Espero ustedes me envíen mayor información sobre sus danzas, sus leyendas, sus historias;es reconfortante poder aprender más de una cultura milenaria y hacerlas conocer a los jóvenes. Dónde poder adquir sus músicas. Gracias por su atención.

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