National Ballet of China director reflects on her career

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    Feng Ying is one of China’s most famous ballerinas and currently the director and artistic director of the National Ballet of China (NBC). A graduate of the Beijing Dance Academy, she joined the NBC in 1980. In 1997, she relaunched her career as a teacher and choreographer. To date, she has been involved in training a dozen dancers who have gone on to win gold medals in major international ballet competitions.

    During a visit to the NBC, CGTN’s ICON talks to Feng Ying about her experience as a dancer.

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