Prophet of Taiwan’s Dance: An Oral History


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    First Edition. Inscribed by Author

    Dancer and choreographer Tsai Jui-yueh (1921-2005) is widely considered the mother of modern dance in Taiwan. Having heard her homeland described as a “barren desert for dance” whilst studying dance in Japan, she resolved to return to Taiwan and promote the art. She did this with such success that she and her studio are now nationally iconic. In this book, the oral history of these events and many others are written down, as spoken, by Tsai Jui-yueh herself, accompanied by photos from throughout her life and around the world.

    Light soiling/marks/foxing to outside edges, endpapers, occasionally throughout. Very Good Condition.

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    Tsai Jui-yueh: Prophet of Taiwan’s Dance: An Oral History
    ROC Council for Cultural Affairs, Teipei, 1998. First Edition. Inscribed by Author. Binding: Softcover. Book Condition: Very Good Condition. Size: 20cm x 21cm. 175 pages. Light soiling/marks/foxing to outside edges, endpapers, occasionally throughout. Plastic protective coat. Dancer and choreographer Tsai Jui-yueh (1921-2005) is widely considered the mother of modern dance in Taiwan. Having heard her homeland described as a “barren desert for dance” whilst studying dance in Japan, she resolved to return to Taiwan and promote the art. She did this with such success that she and her studio are now nationally iconic. In this book, the oral history of these events and many others are written down, as spoken, by Tsai Jui-yueh herself, accompanied by photos from throughout her life and around the world. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: .4 kilos. ISBN: 9570214708. ISBN/EAN: 9789570214703. Inventory No: 0000961.
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