Club members train for a performance. VNA/VNS Photo Lê Văn Hiền, kylin dance virtuoso and the head of Hiền Long Đường Kylin Dance Club, has spent more than 29 years perfecting his craft and creating jobs for people who share his passion. When he was six, Hiền watched the kylin dance troupe at Thiên Hậu Pagoda in Vĩnh Thanh Vân Ward, Rạch Giá City. Now, he is a frequent performer at the pagoda. After watching the kylin dance as a little boy, his love for the art form grew as he moved through life. He tried to learn all the moves from his predecessors and studied how to make the dragon and kylin (Chinese mythical animal) heads that serve as props in the performances. In 2008, Hiền opened a solo studio at home to help other young people learn the art. He has continued his own study and passes on everything he learns to his fellows. In 2011, he teamed up with some friends to start Hiền Long Đường Kylin Dance Club to realise his childhood dream of making dragon and kylin heads for the dance. It has become a place to work, play and exercise for local young people. “When it was first… Read full this story
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