Meet Little Dance Moon Studio - Miss Leung
Founder of Little Moon
The Raze team helped Little Moon Dance Studio spray a professional coating, saving time and energy of the staff’s preventative measures. This strengthened the protection for instructors and students and gave all students and their parents an extra sense of safety and comfort.
“Her passion for dance began when she was young, she hopes to share the joy of dance with more people and pass this passion down to the next generation. "
Her passion for dance began when she was young, she hopes to share the joy of dance with more people and pass this passion down to the next generation.
Little moon hopes people learn about different cultures of dance, and they do not only provide a dance course, but she would also collaborate with schools to teach dance, train teams for competitions and performances.
Even though Miss Leung doesn’t live in Tuen Muen but she regards the studio as her second home and part of the Tuen Muen community. During the pandemic, dance classes had to be placed on hold, and performances were canceled. In these adversities, the support displayed by locals allowed her to experience the warmth of the community. Here, there’s no owner and consumer, only teachers, students, and parents.
When she first established the studio, she called herself the “nomad teacher”, traveling around hong kong, renting spaces to teach private dance lessons. Sometimes she’ll be unable to find a location and so the dance classes will have to come to a halt. This free working lifestyle translated to instability in her real life. Finally, she decided to open this studio in Tuen Muen, allowing students to no longer live a life of a nomad dancer and have a dance studio to call home.