Bilingual Theater/Acting Teacher

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Desired position type: 'Full-Time/ Part-Time/ Contract'

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Educated both in U.S (B.A in Vocal Performance) and in China (M.A in Acting), worked as Assistant Director, Dramaturge, Acting Teacher and Translator for directors from all over the world.


The Central Academy of Drama, Beijing, China, (M.A in Acting)
The New England Conservatory, Boston, M.A (B.A in Vocal Performance)
North Carolina School of the Arts, Winston-Salem, N.C (High School Diploma)


Acting Teacher, Beijing Xingguangyingren Acting Studio, duties include teaching basic acting skills, voice and speech, movements and audition technique
Dramaturge, Edward Lam Dance Theater Company, Hong Kong, duties include helping director analyse and create the play, lead workshops for actors, helping director direct the play, coaching actors, taken and give notes, develop future projects
Acting Teacher, Beijing Jili University Yingda Performing Arts Institute, duties include teaching basic acting skills, voice and speech, movements and audition techniques.
Translator and Assistant Director for over 10 international productions include:
“Antigone” and “Prometheus Bound” (director: Theodoros Terzopoulos, Greece) ; “The Merchant of Venice” (director: Paul Roseby of English National Youth Theatre, U.K); “Bliss” (director: Anouk Van Dijk, Denmark); “Lucky Per’s Journey” (director: Mathias Lofolie, Sweden); “Don Juan” (director: Catherine Marnas, France) and “Into the Woods” (director: Tom Ossowski, U.S)…etc.


  • Bilingual, fluent in Chinese
  • Simultaneous interpretation
  • Extensive training background in voice and singing


    Simultaneous interpretation for performing arts, Voice production and singing technique

Spoken Languages

    Chinese (Mandarin), English

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