Charlotte Tan - add friend
Charlotte is a relatively new Lindy Hopper, having only started dancing in December of 2011.
She loves the music. It makes her want to move, and when it starts playing, she is unable to keep still.
She loves the instruments and the syncopation, the chords and the harmonies, the freedom of the improvisations and the stability of the bass.
She loves the dance. It is uplifting. You can’t dance Lindy and be sad while doing it – it’s an instrinsically happy dance. It never fails to make a bad day better and a good day great.
She loves the community.She deeply cherishes the friends she has made through Lindy and is amazed at how it brings people together, allowing people to communicate even when the only common language they spoke was dance.
Chua Wei Chin - add friend
Wei Chin got into Lindy Hop, it seemed, by pure coincidence. In fact, it was meant to be. Turning up for class one night without knowing what the dance looked or felt like, her life has since never been the same.
And in a twist of events, she started an accidental relationship with Tap Dancing that sees no turning (while flap-ball-changing) back.
As if not enough, life got crowded with Authentic Jazz as the third party she simply couldn’t do without. What joy!
Anthony Mak - add friend
Always trying to master the swing out and perfecting the triple-steps , only to discover the infinite beauty of Lindy hopping – you will never stop growing better and better in this joyful journey of uncovering, discovering and rediscovering Lindy hop.
When he is not dancing, he is sometimes seen talking to talking Tom and almost all the time seen playing angry birds .
His favorite steps are : Pecking , Catapult , Break-a-leg and Eagle Slide .
He is also known as an angry photographer who runs around taking class photos and all things Lindy.
He believes Lindy hop deserve a spot in Chingay and National day parade.
Chen Boyu - add friend
Boyu fell in love with Lindy Hop when he attended the annual “Dance @ Swingapore! day” at Jitterbugs Dance Studio in 2009 and has not stopped dancing since then! Through Lindy Hop, he came to discover Tap & Blues and these three dance types now form his repertoire on the dance floor.
Boyu enjoys the social aspect of Lindy Hop the most and truly enjoys each 5-minute romance he has with every partner he dances with.
He feels that musicality is important and spends time working on it through weekly practices with his dance partner.
When Boyu is not dancing, he spends time practicing with “Steamed Eggs and Ginger”, a Jazz band in the making, and on his Double Bass, Ella, hoping that one day he will be competent enough to perform with her
Taufan Rusli - add friend
Taufan started dancing in 2005 under the wrong impression that Lindy Hop is easy.
Now he’s in JUYL under the wrong impression that building community is easy.
He’s sort of okay dancer. He’ll probably be okay at community building as well.
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