The present Google Doodle praises the 66th birthday celebration of Taiwanese artist, choreographer, and instructor Lo Man-fei, a long lasting supporter for the advancement of Taiwanese artists and execution craftsmanship.
Lo Man-fei was brought into the world on this day in 1955 in Taipei City, Taiwan and moved toward a profession in dance at 5 years of age. In school, her special ability was encouraged by a portion of Taiwan’s driving choreographers, including Lin Hwai-min, the organizer of one of the country’s most acclaimed dance companies—Cloud Gate Dance Theater of Taiwan. She moved on from National Taiwan University with a degree in English writing and moved to the U.S. in 1978 to contemplate with the Martha Graham Dance Company, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and the José Limón Dance Company. Be that as it may, she chose to get back to Taiwan to join Cloud Gate Dance Theater of Taiwan. In 1979, Lo officially joined Cloud Gate—an acknowledgment she credited to a limited extent to the abilities passed down to her from experts like Lin.
With a collection using procedures from artful dance, current dance, and conventional Chinese dance, she visited the world with Cloud Gate until 1982, catching a mix of these styles with what she alluded to as her own “jargon” of developments. Lo chipped away at Broadway in the mid 1980s and in 1985, procured a graduate degree in dance at New York University prior to getting back to Taiwan. She then, at that point rejoined Cloud Gate, arranged unique exhibitions, and sustained another age of artists as a teacher at the National Institute for the Arts (presently the Taipei National University of the Arts).
In 1999, Cloud Gate 2, a development of Taiwan’s famous company, selected Lo as its creative chief and Cloud Gate later settled a grant in her honor. She is most popular today for her independent exhibition in “Composition,” a 10-minute, relentless turning routine arranged explicitly for her by as a matter of fact Lin Hwai-min himself.
Glad Birthday to Lo Man-fei, who consistently put in her absolute best effort!