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蒋欧文(Irwin Jiang)夏威夷中国艺术武术文化中心主席

夏威夷中国艺术武术文化中心(Hawaii Chinese Arts Wushu Culture Center)承办北京国务院侨办讲师团活动,从11月1日到20日为期三个星期。有喜爱武术,唱歌,跳舞的朋友和团体可以从现在起开始报名。报名请上网:awchawaii@gmail.com ,或可以打电话给尤铭玉女士:542-6386

北京国务院侨办讲师团成员简介(Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of The State Council of The People’s Republic of china to come teach in Honolulu)

DengWaiQuan 邓伟权教练(Wai Quan Deng)

邓伟权,男,1984年出生,毕业于广州体育学院体育教育系。现为中国武术协会会员,中国武术六段(金虎),中国一级武术指导员,中国一级龙狮裁判员、中国二级武术教练员。在广东省华侨职业技术学校、广东禅武文化中心负责太极拳、龙狮技艺等教学。
自幼修习传统南派功夫擅长(周家拳、洪拳、蔡李佛拳、八卦掌等)、太极拳( 陈式、杨式、武式 )、各类长短兵器(刀、棍、枪等)及龙狮技艺。
个人曾在多项国际武术赛事中荣获桂冠。2005年和2006年连续在第四届和第五届香港国际武术赛中荣获太极拳冠军;2005年至2010年,多次获得广东省传统武术锦标赛获南拳、长短兵器全能一等奖;2011年,在广东省武术套路名次赛中获南拳冠军;2012年,在广东武术精英赛中获(周家拳)金奖;2012年,应邀在澳门首届国际武术节中参与国际武术名家汇演,并选入广东省武术队备战,参加第五届世界传统武术锦标赛,代表广东队取得枪术银牌和南拳铜牌。2005年至2012年,多次带领学生参加省、市级以上的武术和龙狮比赛,并屡摘桂冠,培养出多名国家二级武术运动员。
2009年至今,多次参加广东省龙狮武术教练员培训班及禅武国际联盟总会研修班学习。曾撰写并发表《周家拳的发源及教学发展方向》,并参与编写《禅武功夫狮》教材。

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Wai Quan Deng was borne in 1984. He graduated from the Sports University of Guangzhuou. He is a member of Chinese Wushu Association. He is level 6 of Chinese Wushu. ( Gold Tiger) He is a First Class of Wushu Coach. He is a First Class Referee of Dragon and Lion dance. He is a Class II Wushu Coach. He is teaching at Guangzhou Hua Qiao Zhi Ye Xue Xiao. He also is teaching Tai Ji, Dragon and Lion dance etc. at Guangzhou Shan Wu Zhong Xin.
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He learned Wushu since he was a little boy. He is highly skilled in traditions of Gong Fu of South that is Zhou Jia Quan, Houng Quan, Cha Li Fo Quan and Ba Gua Zhang etc. Tai Ji of Chen Shi, Yang Shi and Wu Shi. He also has varied skills for weapons of Knife, Staff and Spear etc. and Dragon and Lion dance. He has won many international wushu competitions. He was a Tai Ji Champion at Hong Kong International Wushu Competition in 2005 and 2006. He won many times in traditional wushu of Nan Quan and all around with varied weapons first – class reward at Guangdong province. Championship Contest from 2005 to 2010. He was Champion of Nan Quan at Guangdong province Wushu the place in a competition on 2011. He won Gold Reward ( Zhou Jia Quan ) at the Guangdong Wushu Elite Competition in 2012. He was invited for a wushu performance at Aomen International Wushu Festival by famous Wushu player in 2012. He is a member of Guangdong Wushu Dui. He represented Guangdong Wushu Dui to win Silver of weapons and medal of Nan Quan at Fifth International Tradition Wushu Championship Contest. He brought his students to win lots of rewords of wushu and Dragon and Lion dance competitions. He train up lots of wushu players on Class II in china. Wai Quan Deng is appointed by Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of The State Council of The People’s Republic of china to come teach in Honolulu from Nov. 1 to Nov. 23 of 2013.
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韩晓勇老师(Xiao Yong Hang)

韩晓勇 2001年毕业于陕西师范大学音乐学院舞蹈系,获得学士学位 2003年赴北京舞蹈学院编导系学习一年,2005年获得香港公开大学教育硕士学位。2013年获得乌克兰舍甫琴科国力大学舞蹈编导硕士学位.,创作舞蹈作品多次获得国家级、省部级舞蹈比赛金、银 、铜奖。代表作有《天地秧歌》、《大关中》、《小卓玛的新书包》等。2005年两次赴日本参加现代舞艺术节。导演多部舞剧《兰花花》、《周颂》、《耀瓷风韵》等。2010年受国务院侨办委派赴美国夏威夷教学,2011赴牙买加教学。2011年担任陕西建党九十周年《三唱三颂》大型歌会总导演。现任教于陕西师范大学音乐学院舞蹈系。

Xiao Yong Hang is a dancer Professor of Shaanxi Conservatory of Music. He graduated from dance department in Shaanxi Conservatory of Music in 2001. He learned to write and direct dance at Beijing Academy of Dance for one year in 2003. He has a master degree from Hong Kong Gong Kai University in 2005. In 2013, he has a choreography degree from Shevchenko Kyiv National University in Ukraine. His choreographed dances received many rewards in Golds, Silvers and medals in provincial and national dance competitions. He had created dance of ” Tian Di Yang Ge”, “Da Guan Zhong”. ” Xiao Zhuo Ma Di Xin Shu Bao” ect.He directed many dances of ” Lan Hua Hua”. ” Zhou Song “, Yai Ci Feng Yun” ect. In 2005, he went twice to the Japan Modern Dance Arts Festivall. In 2010, he was appointed to come teach in Honolulu by Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of The State Council of The People’s Republic of china. In 2011, he was teaching in Jamaica. He was the head of Director of a Large – scale Concert to celebrate Shaanxi establish The Communist Party for 90 years. Xiao Young Hang is appointed by Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of The State Council of The People’s Republic of china to come teach in Honolulu again from Nov. 1 to Nov. 23 of 2013.

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胡宁(Hu Ning):毕业于中国广西艺术学院音乐专业,现任广西华侨学校副校长、副教授。多年从事音乐艺术教育工作,曾参加国内省市大型文艺演出,有较丰富的音乐教学经验和舞台演出经历,出访过香港、越南、泰国、老挝等地慰问侨社侨团演出,在国内得到著名歌唱家叶佩英、董文华老师的指导并同台演出。曾随中国海外交流协会培训团赴英国、美国、老挝等国家讲授中国民族音乐及声乐课程。在国内培养出在全国有较高的影响力的青年歌手。
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Hu Ning graduated major of music from Zhong Guangxi Arts Institute. Presently, he is vice Principal of Guangxi Hau Qiao School. He is a Singer and Professor to teach in school. He performed lots of large – scale concert in throughout many different provinces in China. He has abundant experience for music teaching and performance on the stage. He performed in Hong Kong, Vietnam, Thailand and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic etc to express sympathy and solicitude for compatriots living abroad. Hu Ning had guided lessons by famous singer Ye Pei Ying and Dong Wen Hua. He had performance with famous singer Ye Pei Ying and Dong Wen Hua. He was appointed to come teach the distinctive national feature and vocal music of China in England,America, Laos ect. by Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of The State Council of The People’s Republic of china. Hu Ning trains many high level young singers in China. Hu Ning is appointed by Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of The State Council of People’s Republic of China to come teach in Honolulu again from Nov. 1 to Nov. 23 of 2013.
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Now we have all the teachers information about event by Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of The State Council of The People’s Republic of china to come teach in Honolulu from Nov. 1 to Nov. 23 of 2013. Bring all your friends to come. This is a good chance to learn skill of dance, wushu and sing.

这是国侨办派出来的老师们资料!希望大家能把您们的朋友们带来,这是一个很好的学习机会。
尤铭玉 夏威夷中国艺术武术文化中心副主席

“ 2013 Hawaii Chinese International Cultural Arts Festival” on Nov. 23, 7:00 pm at the Hawaii Theatre.The 2013 Hawaii Chinese International Cultural Arts Festival brings together western and Chinese music, dance, folk music, plus Korean and dancers.
Doors open at 6 p.m. A Chinese pottery from Jin-De-Zhen and a shui cai hua Chinese water color painting, can viewed in the lobby. The show starts at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $35, $25 and $15 can be purchased at the Blaisdell Center box office and Ticketmaster.com
Performers include pianist Irwin Jiang, opera singer Bai He, and guitarist Landon Mattox.
Other artists include dizi (Chinese flute) musician John Chow Seymour, pipa (Chinese lute) musician Yang Xi and gushing (Chinese zither) player Yi Chieh Lai. Tai Ji Ma Xiao Hong Hawaii Chinese Lion Dance Association, Malinanung Uni”, and other dance groups will also perform.

Below is background information on some of the performers:

Pianist Irwin Jiang started with the Ellen Masaki School of Music and graduated from the College of Charleston, where he is continuing his studies with Enrique Graf. He received a full scholarship to attend the College of Charleston and he has received the Edwin Davis Peacock Award for Excellence in Piano several times there, and has collaborated with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra. His graduating year he received the ExCEL Student of the Year Award of the School of the Arts. This summer Irwin participated in MusicFest Perugia, in Perugia, Italy, where he was fortunate to have worked with Mikhail Petukhov, Eduardo Delgado, Graham Scott, Alexander Korsantia, Peter Frankl, Sergei Babayan, and Ilana Vered. He performed with the Parlarte Symphonic Orchestra under the baton of Sergei Babayan. Irwin was also featured on a South Carolina ETV Radio show “On the Keys” on August 30th. Irwin attended Saint Louis High School while he was studying with Mrs. Ellen Masaki and was the winner of the 2008 Aloha International Piano Competition, Young Artist Division. He was a recipient of the Morning Music Club scholarship and was showcased on National Public Radio’s “From the Top”, a classical music program that travels the country looking for young musicians from each state, a performance which was sold out at the Hawaii Theatre and broadcast nationally.

Opera singer Bai He is pursuing a master’s degree for Opera at the University of Hawii. Soprano Bai He has been praised for her beautiful vocal timbre and remarkable artistic precision. She has been on stage from a young age, serving as a soloist and lead singer in various musical and dramatic events. She began her formal studies at the China Conservatory of Music in 2005. By her third year there, she placed fourth in the 38th Bellini International Vocal Competition in Italy, where she was the only female singer from Asia to enter the final round of the competition. She later won first place in the Canada and Hong Kong International Artists competition. In 2009, she was cast as the lead soprano in the global premier of the show Heartbeat, which took her to Hawaii for the first time. She then joined the Hawaii Opera Theatre Mae Z. Orvis Studio and has been a featured soloist with that company for their annual Opera Ball as well as for their 50th Anniversary Gala Concert. She recently gave a solo concert in Qingdao and Lan Zhou, China, which she preceded with a lecture on the art of Opera and Bel Canto. She was a 2011 winner of the University of Hawai`i Concerto Competition and a 2012 winner of the Morning Music Club Scholarship Competition. She was the first soprano to be invited to collaborate with one of the biggest youth symphony in US: Hawaii Youth Symphony for their 2012 spring concert. She is currently earning a Master of Music degree at the University of Hawai`i, where she studies with Dr. Maya Hoover.

Pipa player Yang Xi is pursuing a master’s degree in ethnomusicology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Landon Mattox is the Lessons Director and Guitar and Ukulele Instructor at Easy Music Center. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Music from University of North Carolina at Asheville and two master’s degrees in jazz studies and music education from the University of North Texas and he was a lecturer at Xinghai Conservatory of Music in Guangzhou, China for 4 years in the Jazz Studies department there. At the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Landon has lectured on the topic of early African-American music for the World Music course.

Dizi player John Chow Seymour is a doctoral student in music composition at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. He composes for both Western and Asian instruments, and as a flute player, he studies flutes from China, Korea, Japan, and Indonesia. His favorite genre of Chinese music is traditional Kunqu (昆曲) opera.

As a guzheng soloist and an ensemble member, Yi-Chieh Lai has been invited to perform in Taiwan, China, Japan, Korea, America, Germany and France. Her first album “Transformation - Contemporary Taiwanese Zheng Music Performance” was nominated as the Best Folk Music Album of the Golden Melody Awards in Taiwan. She is a current ethnomusicology PhD student of University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Tai Ji disciple Ma Xiao Hong studied martial arts with Master Ma, Yuan Nan since she was six years old. She had learn southern style boxing, northern style kicking, free fighting, combat grappling, and the national provisions Group A routine. She specialized in southern style Leopard fist, Cyclone blade, Shaolin stick, Markov Five Plum Blossom Spear, tai chi, Sword, among others. She participated in many martial arts competitions in large-scale sports games, winning an all-around medal, an individual gold meal, and a bronze medal. After graduation, she became a middle school teacher and was employed by the Zhongshan Municipal Martial Arts Association as a martial arts coach and referee. Now, she is a martial arts instructor for the Hawaii Chinese Lion Dance Association.

Echo Gu is an aspiring artiest.

What inspires her are things that are beautifully created by nature and the feelings that are buried deep down in hearts that makes us human.

Painting offers me her in heart and opens her eyes for the fundamental structures of all lives in our world, to see how amazingly they are created to complement each other which makes her appreciate all the things offered in her life.

She believes that Nature painted the world, and she is just trying to imitate that work, hoping to capture those precious moments, and deliver its message.

 “ 2012 Hawaii Chinese International Cultural Arts  Festival” on Sept. 29, 7:00 pm at the Blaisdell Concert Hall.The 2012 Hawaii Chinese International Cultural Arts Festival brings together western and Chinese music, dance, folk music, plus Korean and dancers.
  Doors open at 6 p.m. A Chinese pottery from Jin-De-Zhen and a shui cai hua Chinese water color painting, can viewed in the lobby. The show starts at 7 p.m.
  Tickets are $35, $25 and $15 can be purchased at the Blaisdell Center box office and Ticketmaster.com
    Performers include pianist Irwin Jiang, opera singer Bai He, and guitarist Landon Mattox. 
  Other artists include dizi (Chinese flute) musician John Chow Seymour, pipa (Chinese lute) musician Yang Xi and gushing (Chinese zither) player Yi Chieh Lai. Tai Ji Ma Xiao Hong Hawaii Chinese Lion Dance Association, Malinanung Uni”,  and other dance groups will also perform.

   Below is background information on some of the performers:

Pianist Irwin Jiang started with the Ellen Masaki School of Music and graduated from the College of Charleston, where he is continuing his studies with Enrique Graf.  He received a full scholarship to attend the College of Charleston and he has received the Edwin Davis Peacock Award for Excellence in Piano several times there, and has collaborated with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra. His graduating year he received the ExCEL Student of the Year Award of the School of the Arts.  This summer Irwin participated in MusicFest Perugia, in Perugia, Italy, where he was fortunate to have worked with Mikhail Petukhov, Eduardo Delgado, Graham Scott, Alexander Korsantia, Peter Frankl, Sergei Babayan, and Ilana Vered.  He performed with the Parlarte Symphonic Orchestra under the baton of Sergei Babayan.  Irwin was also featured on a South Carolina ETV Radio show “On the Keys” on August 30th.  Irwin attended Saint Louis High School while he was studying with Mrs. Ellen Masaki and was the winner of the 2008 Aloha International Piano Competition, Young Artist Division.  He was a recipient of the Morning Music Club scholarship and was showcased on National Public Radio’s “From the Top”, a classical music program that travels the country looking for young musicians from each state, a performance which was sold out at the Hawaii Theatre and broadcast nationally.  

  Opera singer Bai He is pursuing a master’s degree for Opera at the University of Hawii. Soprano Bai He has been praised for her beautiful vocal timbre and remarkable artistic precision. She has been on stage from a young age, serving as a soloist and lead singer in various musical and dramatic events. She began her formal studies at the China Conservatory of Music in 2005. By her third year there, she placed fourth in the 38th Bellini International Vocal Competition in Italy, where she was the only female singer from Asia to enter the final round of the competition. She later won first place in the Canada and Hong Kong International Artists competition. In 2009, she was cast as the lead soprano in the global premier of the show Heartbeat, which took her to Hawaii for the first time. She then joined the Hawaii Opera Theatre Mae Z. Orvis Studio and has been a featured soloist with that company for their annual Opera Ball as well as for their 50th Anniversary Gala Concert. She recently gave a solo concert in Qingdao and Lan Zhou, China, which she preceded with a lecture on the art of Opera and Bel Canto. She was a 2011 winner of the University of Hawai`i Concerto Competition and a 2012 winner of the Morning Music Club Scholarship Competition. She was the first soprano to be invited to collaborate with one of the biggest youth symphony in US: Hawaii Youth Symphony for their 2012 spring concert. She is currently earning a Master of Music degree at the University of Hawai`i, where she studies with Dr. Maya Hoover.

  Pipa player Yang Xi is pursuing a master’s degree in ethnomusicology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.

 Landon Mattox is the Lessons Director and Guitar and Ukulele Instructor at Easy Music Center. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Music from University of North Carolina at Asheville and two master’s degrees in jazz studies and music education from the University of North Texas and he was a lecturer at Xinghai Conservatory of Music in Guangzhou, China for 4 years in the Jazz Studies department there. At the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Landon has lectured on the topic of early African-American music for the World Music course. 

Dizi  player John Chow Seymour is a doctoral student in music composition at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa.  He composes for both Western and Asian instruments, and as a flute player, he studies flutes from China, Korea, Japan, and Indonesia.  His favorite genre of Chinese music is traditional Kunqu (昆曲) opera.

As a guzheng soloist and an ensemble member, Yi-Chieh Lai has been invited to perform in Taiwan, China, Japan, Korea, America, Germany and France. Her first album “Transformation - Contemporary Taiwanese Zheng Music Performance” was nominated as the Best Folk Music Album of the Golden Melody Awards in Taiwan. She is a current ethnomusicology PhD student of University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Tai Ji disciple Ma Xiao Hong studied martial arts with Master Ma, Yuan Nan since she was  six years  old.   She had  learn southern style boxing, northern style kicking, free fighting, combat grappling, and the national provisions Group A routine. She specialized in southern style Leopard fist, Cyclone blade, Shaolin stick, Markov Five Plum Blossom Spear, tai chi, Sword, among others.  She participated in many martial arts competitions in large-scale sports games, winning an all-around medal, an individual gold meal, and a bronze medal. After graduation, she became a middle school teacher and was employed by the Zhongshan Municipal Martial Arts Association as a martial arts coach and referee. Now, she is a martial arts instructor for the Hawaii Chinese Lion Dance Association.

Echo Gu is an aspiring artiest.

What inspires her are things that are beautifully created by nature and the feelings that are buried deep down in hearts that makes us human.

Painting offers me her in heart and opens her eyes for the fundamental structures of all lives in our world, to see how amazingly they are created to complement each other which makes her appreciate all the things offered in her life.

She believes that Nature painted the world, and she is just trying to imitate that work, hoping to capture those precious moments, and deliver its message.

 

 

 

 

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