Liu Ya & Wang Yi Xi started dancing together in 2015 as Professional dancing Ballroom for China. They are ranked the number 4 Professional Ballroom dancers in China …
Where did you grow up?
When did you start dancing?
I started dancing when I was 6 years old, I am 26 years old now so have been dancing for 20 years :)
How long have you been partners for?
We decided to start our partnership from October 2015
What got you into dancing?
My sister. She studies very hard in school, and wished for me to enjoy myself more. She knew I liked the arts, so encouraged me to dance and play piano.
What is your highest achievements in dance?
2nd place for Asian Tour 2016, Professional Ballroom
What is your favourite competition?
UK Open in Bournemouth. It’s our first international competition, and we are proud to have won 4th place in Professional Rising Star
Why are you proud to be a CHRISANNE CLOVER sponsor?
Being sponsored by CHRISANNE CLOVER is like every dancers’ dream. CHRISANNE CLOVER has such a big name, and is believed to be the best quality and style in the industry.
What colours do you favour the most?
Literately all colours. It’s so much choice and I’d like to try as many as possible.
What is your favourite Chrisanne Clover fabric?
Satin Chiffon! I love the way it floats in movement and the sheen of the fabric really stands out on the dance floor.
Do you have a signature look?
My dresses are all with long sleeves. I’m really slim, so need fabrics to show my curve. I like using multiple layers, and trying different elements. Detailed design gives me a fuller look.
What is your favourite piece of Chrisanne Clover Dancewear?
It’s so many of them. I love the new Espen collection, especially the Arabella Ballroom dress. Chrisanne Clover 2019 has great designs as well, such as the Revolution Ballroom dress and Stella top.
If you didnt dance what do you think your career would be?
It must be something to do with fashion. I might be a designer!
What are your hobbies?
I like Yoga.
What do you do in your spare time to relax?
Do you have any advice to young dancers reading this?
I would say dance is a really long journey. Determination and persistence are most important in this journey. You will experience ups and downs all the time, which makes the journey so wonderful. So take it and enjoy it!