UCLA ACA Lion Dance

UCLA ACA Lion Dance

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#InternationalEducationWeek might be over, but luckily you can still check out Bruins Around the World!

Check out performances and interviews with four student dance groups!

UCLA ACA Lion Dance: https://international.ucla.edu/iew/article/231580

Grupo Folklórico de UCLA: https://international.ucla.edu/iew/article/231595

UCLA Chinese Cultural Dance Club: https://international.ucla.edu/iew/article/231594

Nigerian Student Association at UCLA:
https://global.ucla.edu/iew/article/231624
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Enjoyed seeing your practice at Parking Structure #8.
Over 200 students are involved in putting this show together for the UCLA community to enjoy. This year features performances by UCLA ACA Lion Dance, ACA Hip Hop, Chinese Cultural Dance Club - UCLA, and UCLA Wushu Team, as well as a drama highlighting the issues facing the Chinese American community. Support your friends and peers by helping to fund this grand production!

If you're willing to donate or know anyone who would be interested in donating, our campaign is at: https://spark.ucla.edu/project/3921

We know that donating money can be hard, especially when you're a college student, which is why we have perks. In exchange for your donation, you can choose from perks like getting a ride to LAX, 2 swipes on the hill, homemade cookies, and many more!

Photo featuring dancers from UCLA's Chinese Cultural Dance Cub!
29 more days left in our Spark campaign!

Over 200 students are involved in putting this show together for the UCLA community to enjoy. This year features performances by UCLA ACA Lion Dance, ACA Hip Hop, Chinese Cultural Dance Club - UCLA, and UCLA Wushu Team, as well as a drama highlighting the issues facing the Chinese American community. Support your friends and peers by helping to fund this grand production!
If you're willing to donate or know anyone who would be interested in donating, our campaign is at: https://spark.ucla.edu/project/3921

We know that donating money can be hard, especially when you're a college student, which is why we have perks. In exchange for your donation, you can choose from perks like getting a ride to LAX, 2 swipes on the hill, homemade cookies, and many more!
29 more days left in our Spark campaign!

Over 200 students are involved in putting this show together for the UCLA community to enjoy. This year features performances by UCLA ACA Lion Dance, ACA Hip Hop, Chinese Cultural Dance Club - UCLA, and UCLA Wushu Team, as well as a drama highlighting the issues facing the Chinese American community. Support your friends and peers by helping to fund this grand production!

If you're willing to donate or know anyone who would be interested in donating, our campaign is at: https://spark.ucla.edu/project/3921

We know that donating money can be hard, especially when you're a college student, which is why we have perks. In exchange for your donation, you can choose from perks like getting a ride to LAX, 2 swipes on the hill, homemade cookies, and many more!
Today we are launching our 2016 Crowdfunding Campaign through UCLA SPARK to make CACN 2016 a Reality! Please Like comment and share to spread the word! Every contribution is Tax Deductible and goes towards creating an unforgettable night! Thank You in Advance for your continuing support and check out our campaign below!
Spark.ucla.edu/cacn2016

Performance Groups:
UCLA ACA Lion Dance ACA Hip Hop Chinese Cultural Dance Club - UCLA UCLA Wushu Team
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Best of luck tonight at CACN!! We'll be with you guys in spirit. Can't wait to see the videos!

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UCLA ACA Lion Dance is a student-run team founded in 2001 through the Association of Chinese Americans at the University of California, Los Angeles. Originally formed as an aspect for ACA's culture night (CACN), the continued growth of the team has allowed us to entertain and perform at many locales and celebra

Operating as usual

Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 01/07/2022

Kicking off the new year with our spotlight series on Midas, our small but mighty lion!

Comment below with your goals for 2022!!

Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 12/02/2021

In a blink of an eye our Secret Santa social marks the end of our fall quarter!

Wishing you all a happy holiday season 🎄See you next year🥂

Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 11/25/2021

Happy Thanksgiving 🦃 What are you thankful for?

Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 11/19/2021

First Namsi performance in 1.5 years for Bruins Around the World followed by our weekly Wednesday night practices!

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Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 10/07/2021

Thank you all for coming to our first practice of the year!!

For those who missed out don't worry -- we'll be having our first Saturday practice on Oct. 9th at the top level of Parking Structure 8 from 10am-12pm.

Hope to see you all there 😊

Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 05/26/2021

1. Polaris: Lion of the week
2. Polaris, our only bi-colored lion, was awoken in 2016. He was the star of the CACN show that year–– half red and half white, representing the duality of the Asian American experience and the struggle of grappling with both Asian and American parts of one's identity. He, along with the twins, are our three most active performance lions.
3. Polaris at CACN 2019.

05/12/2021

2/6/2020 - Saturday morning practice: Every Saturday from the LD team gets up in the morning to practice stunts and rountines on top of Parking Lot 8. This clip features Midas (Yixin and Sicheng) and Shadow (Kristina and Marie) practicing Wedding Malay ! Video creds: Skye Hoffman

Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 05/05/2021

CACN is just in a couple days! Premiering in May 15th online at 7PM PST! Please make sure to come out and support as the cast and crew have worked very hard to put on this production virtually! Meanwhile, here are picture of past performances from CACN from our very own team!

Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 04/28/2021

Who's your "twin"? Tag your brother from another mother or sister from another mister in the comments below!

#liondance #chineseculture #chineselion #lionsofinstagram #lionofthe week

04/21/2021

1/31/2020 - Lion Dance celebrates the new year during the ACA Lunar New Year Festival event! Performing is Leigong and Qilin wishing everyone luck into the new year!

04/21/2021

1/31/2020 - Lion Dance welcomes the Lunar New Year with Leigong and Qilin wishing everyone luck into the new year! This performance was during ACA Lunar New Year Festival event at UCLA!

03/03/2021

2/8/2020 - Aca Lion Dance performs Malay at the Hsi Lai Temple ! Qilin (Yixin and Sicheng) and Leigong (Kristina and Marie) celebrate the New Year and welcome great fortune and luck with wedding bows!

Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 02/24/2021

If you recognize anyone in the 2010 video, please let us know so we can tag them! Due to posting restrictions, we can only tag 20 of our members in this post, but this is not to say that they we aren’t equally as proud to have them in our family
#chinesenewyear #lunarnewyear #liondance #lanternfestival #chineseculture #asianamerican

Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 02/12/2021

1 - Chinese New Year: spring into the future (new year?) (春节)
2 - Chinese New Year, or Lunar New Year, is the biggest holiday of the year in Chinese culture. The first day is called 春节, meaning "spring festival." It marks the start of the lunar calendar, and also the start of new beginnings. The festival lasts for 15 days and is a time for family reunions, delicous food, and auspicous rituals to ensure a prosperous year. Zodiacs: Boars, rats, and oxen, oh my! Each year in the lunar calendar has a corresponding zodiac animal that repeats on an twelve-year cycle: rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog, boar. It's currently the year of the tiger. At ACA Lion Dance, each generation of members is named after the zodiac animal of the year in which they join the team (i.e: boar year, rat year, ox year). Origin of CNY and lion dance: In Chinese legend, on the first day of the lunar year, a ferocious beast by the name of Nian (年) would descend upon a nearby village and devour its food, livestock, and people. One year, when the townspeople realized Nian was afraid of the color red and loud noises, they gathered gongs, cymbals, drums, and firecrackers and made their own fearful model of Nian using bamboo, paper and cloth to drive away the monster. These evolved into the CNY rituals practiced today. Celebration: bring on the lions! Lions are auspicous creatures that cleanse away bad juju and usher in luck and prosperity, so no wonder they're in high demand during Chinese New Year! This is the busiest time of the year for us at ACA lion dance, and it's not uncommon for us to have a week of back-to-back performances at temples, parties, and more.

UCLA ACA Lion Dance updated their info in the about section. 02/12/2021

UCLA ACA Lion Dance updated their info in the about section.

UCLA ACA Lion Dance updated their info in the about section.

02/03/2021

CACN 2018 - Chinese American Culture Night! An annual event about the Chinese American experience at Royce Hall. (left to right) Polaris, Qilin, Leigong, and Mako are on stage performing their stunts and Malay bows

Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 01/27/2021

Apollo: Lion of the week
Awoken in Fall 2001, Apollo is the oldest in our pride, famously holding the nickname of “Grandpa”. He is also the heaviest lion in the pride, eleven pounds and a bite to match. His long tail is decorated with silver bells that jingle with every move. But due to his old age, he only participated during practice nowadays!

01/26/2021

2/8/20 - Hsi Lai Temple: One of the most important performances of the year takes place in one of the largest Buddhist temples in the United States, the Hsi Lai temple in Hacienda Heights. Every year, the team is invited to participate as a part of the temple's lunar new years celebration where they hold the team to the highest standards to not only be entertaining, but to demonstrate the strength and pride of their culture. PC: @engelespar

2/8/20 - Hsi Lai Temple: One of the most important performances of the year takes place in one of the largest Buddhist temples in the United States, the Hsi Lai temple in Hacienda Heights. Every year, the team is invited to participate as a part of the temple's lunar new years celebration where they hold the team to the highest standards to not only be entertaining, but to demonstrate the strength and pride of their culture. PC: @engelespar

Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 01/13/2021

1 - Head and Tail: Two people, one lion
2 - Trust is the glue that holds the lion together. After all, it's not easy coordinating two vastly different performers to move like a single creature. This becomes critical during stunts––The tail needs to trust the head's decisons and abilities, and the head needs to rely on the tail for safety and support. Both performers must be able to predict how the other will move, or else the stunt fails.
3 - Heads: Up in front This role is the more visible of the pair and often the stars of the show. In addition to controlling the head of the lion, they are also responsible for leading the lion's movements since they have slightly better visibility than the tail. During a stunt, heads are lifted into the air; therefore, those who perform head are usually very light or great jumpers (or both)!
4 - Tails: From the back Arguably the underrated role of the duo, although they do not get as much recognition from the audience, they are essential in keeping the lion steady and lively. Tails follow the movements of the head because they cannot see what's in front of them. While stunting, they are responsible for lifting the head up into the air and bracing them on the way down, maintaining control througout.

01/06/2021

Saturday February 29, 2020 - ACA Lion Dance performs at the annual Cultural Heritage Festival (CHF) ! CHF is an annual field day and competition held by five different Chinese American clubs at five different schools: UCLA, UCSD, USC, UCI, and UCR.

Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 12/12/2020

Parts of a Lion:
Mirror: The mirror located on the lion's forehead is meant to scare away evil spirits.
Horn: The horn of the lion is for fighting evil.
Ribbon: The red ribbon tied around the horn shows that the lion has been blessed and awaked to pay respect to the gods.

12/09/2020

7/12/2014- CACN. A throwback to six years ago's CACN performance as our team's very own Budhha directs the two lions, both of which are now enjoying retirement from the spotlight. The Budhha is another important part of the performance routine, not only serving a cultural role, but one of a human companion and friend of the lions on stage. PC Yin Seo

7/12/2014- CACN. A throwback to six years ago's CACN performance as our team's very own Budhha directs the two lions, both of which are now enjoying retirement from the spotlight. The Budhha is another important part of the performance routine, not only serving a cultural role, but one of a human companion and friend of the lions on stage. PC Yin Seo

Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 12/07/2020

1 - Alumni Gens
2 - Caroline Chen: Rooster Gen - she/her/hers - I'm Caroline, and I graduated in 2019 as a Biology major. I was part of lion dance for three years, and my favorite part about it was planningout performances and then doing the peerformances with the team! Fun fact: In the year I was coodinator of the tea (Boar year), I was the tallest of the three coordds
3 - Brian Le: Rooster Gen - He/Him/His, I was a part of ACA Lion Dannce for 2 years, during which I had become fond of playing the music and performing stunts. I was an Electrical Engineering major at UCLA for 3 1/2 years before decing to drop out and now am currently working full time on my startup, Duffl, which aims to empower students to better serve each other, strating with providig ultra fast and convienient delivery. Aside from work I enjoy photography and being outdoors!
4 - Q: Rooster Gen - He/Him/His, My name is !, and I graduated from UCLA last June with a BS in Civil Engineering. My favorite part of LD is being able to travel with my friends to so many different areas across LA to perform. When I'm not spending time doing LD, I'm busy trying to capture the perfect photos in my DSLR and never posting any of them due to laziness (shamless plug @definitelynotq) One fun fact: I've had two concussions in my life so far, but only one of them was an accident. 5 - Alexis Wong: Dog Gen, She/Her/Hers - I'm a UCLA Alum in Animation and I've been lion dancing for about 7-8 years. my favorite part about LD is the puppetry and acting. I especially like interacting with the audience. I like animals, playing video games/board games, and binging cartoons when I'm not drawing. Fun fact: I have screws in my left knee.
5 - Matthew Pereira Yee: Dog Gen - He/Him/His, Matt, Alumni, Chemical Engineering and Applied Developmental Psychology minor, 3 years, Definitely stunts was the most fun part, but the things that kept me coming was the people and the commiunity. Rock climbing, video games, cooking. Fun fact: My car broke down in San Bernadino National Forest and my friend and I hiked to a lake in pitch darkness and went kayaking

12/03/2020

Wednesday Night Practice: Today we feature last year's cubbies and newbies practicing Malay battle sequence! Our oldest lions Shadow (Marie Chu) and Midas (Jayson Shinn) may be retired from performance, but they help train the next generation of LD. Join us for our ZOOM practice Wednesdays 9pm-10:30pm PST and Saturday 11am-12:30pm PST!

Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 11/28/2020

1 - Origins of Lion Dance: Southern Chinese Canton Style 2 - There are two popular myths associated with the origin of the Southern Lion. However, being a folk art, no one knows for sure where lion dance came from. Nevertheless, its murky beginnings only add to its mysticism and intrigue, and elevates its status as a culturally significant tradition. 3 - Story of Nian: A folklore staple According to Chinese legend, every year a ferocious beast by the name of Nian (年) would descend upon a nearby village and devour the food, livestock, and people. He especially liked to eat children. One year the townsmen devised a plan. They realized Nian was afraid of the color red and loud noises, so they gathered gongs, cymbals, drums, and firecrackers and made their own fearful model of Nian using bamboo, paper and cloths to drive away the monster.
4 - Emperor's dream: Tang Xuanzong and his vision During the Tang Dynasty, Emperor Xuanzong dreamt of a pilgrimage of an auspicious animal in colorful hair during his inspection tour South of the Yangtze River. When the emperor returned to Beijing, he ordered his men to recreate the image of the auspicious being that appeared in his dreams. From then on Xuanzong ordered the partaking of lions in festivals and cermonies to bring good luck and prosperity.

11/25/2020

1/31/20 - Braddock Elementary. UCLA's Lion Dance team prides itself in its performances which spread both happiness and cultural awareness. A large part of our performances involves interaction with the audience, and many times with children. Here we have our lion Leigong at a local elementary school during a Lunar New Years celebration.

1/31/20 - Braddock Elementary. UCLA's Lion Dance team prides itself in its performances which spread both happiness and cultural awareness. A large part of our performances involves interaction with the audience, and many times with children. Here we have our lion Leigong at a local elementary school during a Lunar New Years celebration.

Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 11/21/2020

1 - Ox Gen: 2020-2021

2 - Christen Tai: She/her/hers -My name is Christen. I'm a third-year biochemistry major, and this is my first quarter with Lion Dance. -I like Lion Dance because I can tell everyone here is here just to have fun, which gives a really welcoming feeling. -I like playing piano and crocheting amigurumi stuffed animals. -Fun fact: I lost my pet tortoise when I was a kid.

3 - Victoria Cini: She/her/hers Hi! :) My name is Victoria Cini, I'm a 3rd year at UCLA with a major in biochemistry and minor in bioinformatics, and it's my first year of lion dance. My favorite part about LD is all the people; I just love the positive energy and supportive, tight-knit community and how passionate everyone is to perform under the lion. My hobbies include reading, writing, genealogy, and watching anime. A fun fact about me is I have an identical twin sister.

4 - Matthew Yoshida: He/him/his My name is Matthew and I'm a third year math of computation major! This is my first year in lion dance and unfortunately I haven't had the experience of being under a lion yet, but I really enjoy the whole team atmosphere and exercising and practicing with my friends! In my free time I like playing the computer game League of Legends, watching YouTube, spending time with my sassy dog, and taking care of my plants. Fun fact: I like to type.

5 - Ginny Vong: She/her/hers Hi! I'm Ginny, a 3rd year political science major who's also completely new to lion dance! Some ways I like to spend my free time include learning/practicing a new skill, checking the fridge in case food magically appears, photographing my dogs, and embroidering. Fun fact: I like to somersault into bed at night.

11/18/2020

Saturday Morning Practice: Last year's LD coord Matthew Pereira and past coord Brian Li showing the newbies and cubbies "Around the Worlds into Half Stack" like it's nothing! We reserve saturday mornings for Lion Dance. The team wakes up together and practices stunts and routines on top of Parking Lot 8. Join us ONLINE through our new Zoom practices Wednesdays (9-10:30pm PT) and Saturdays (11-12:30pm PT)! Video creds: William Xu

Photos from UCLA ACA Lion Dance's post 11/15/2020

"1 - Malay: A redemption story

2 - Malay is the second performance that our troupe usually presents. Unlike Namsi, this performance is focused on its narrative and incorporates more stunts that are sure to leave the audience in awe!

3 - Narrative: How it all starts
The performance begins with two lions who formally Malay bow to the audience as a sign of respect. This officially kicks off the story, and the lions start vying for dominance, circling each other and sizing up their opponent. As they scuffle, roar, and bite, one lion appears to be gaining the upper hand.

4 - Narrative: Fight for your life!
And when their opponent least expects it – bam! The winning lion unleashes a powerful kick that sends their opponent flying! The winner celebrates with a victory dance while the loser is knocked out cold. Eventually, the winner realizes how terribly they treated the other lion and begins to feel bad.

5 - Narrative: A happy ending
As an apology, Winning Lion grabs a bouquet of flowers for Losing Lion and offers it to them, not knowing if they will accept or not. Luckily, Losing Lion loves flowers and is overjoyed! The two then reconcile by dancing together, bringing good fortune, and bowing one last time to thank the audience for watching."

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||CONTACT||

Email: [email protected]
Instagram: @acaliondance

UCLA ACA Lion Dance is a student-run team founded in 2001 through the Association of Chinese Americans at the University of California, Los Angeles. Originally formed as an aspect for ACA's culture night (CACN), the continued growth of the team has allowed us to entertain and perform at many locales and celebrations in the Los Angeles area.

Every year we amaze ourselves with the dedication and growth of our team. Many thanks to Anwer, Justin, and our LD families in SF for all their hard work, dedication, and support of the growth of team.

We are very proud of the improvements our team has shown over the past years. It makes us very excited and anxious to see what is in store for the coming years. We hope that you can be a part of it.

Lion dance is always searching for fresh new faces to join our family. There is absolutely no prior experience necessary! We regularly look for fun new places and people to perform for. We have had experience performing at festivals, grand openings, birthday celebrations, parties, weddings, and university events.

Videos (show all)

2/8/2020 - Aca Lion Dance performs Malay at the Hsi Lai Temple ! Qilin (Yixin and Sicheng) and Leigong (Kristina and Mar...
CACN 2018 - Chinese American Culture Night! An annual event about the Chinese American experience at Royce Hall. (left t...
Saturday February 29, 2020 - ACA Lion Dance performs at the annual Cultural Heritage Festival (CHF) ! CHF is an annual f...
Wednesday Night Practice: Today we feature last year's cubbies and newbies practicing Malay battle sequence! Our oldest ...
Saturday Morning Practice: Last year's LD coord Matthew Pereira and past coord Brian Li showing the newbies and cubbies ...
3/4/2020 - As Winter Quarter starts to wrap up and performance season settles down, LD shifts their attention and prepar...
Saturday morning practice: Saturdays from 10am-12pm, the LD team wakes up together to practice stunts and routines on to...
ACA Lion Dance - Join the Pride 2017
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||CONTACT|| Email: [email protected] Instagram: @acaliondance ||MEMBERS|| 2016 | Rooster Generation: Anthony Jung, Brian Li, Brian Le, Caroline Chen, Evan Smoller, Feng Ming Li, Justin Qiu, Kelly Zhou, Nicholas Awakuni, Preston Dang, Kristina Guardino, Michelle Tran 2015 | Monkey Generation: Alexandra Lee, Allison Toh, Andrew Sam, Annebella Choi, Annie Gao, Billy Li, Grace Cao, Kevin Tran, Makayla Ogdahl 2014 | Ram Generation: Kylie Chen, Michael Dao, Ryan Ho, Tiffany Kyu, Grainger Lanneau, Karen Lo, Catherine Lumintang, Tracy Nguyen, Rachel Sysiong, Eric Tran, Kavin Tran, Joshua Wang 2013 | Horse Generation: Matthew DeCoste, Ellice Lin, Justin Liou 2012 | Snake Generation: Alina Chen, Deanna Chung, Tracy Guo, Adara Lui, Justin Sun 2011 | Dragon Generation: Andy Ta, Austin Rose, Betty Lam, Christal Chung, John Chang, Morris Lam, Ryan Au, Schneider Sienes, Steven Le, Yolanda Chen 2010 | Rabbit Generation: Alex Cheng, Dana Lee, Erica Ducker, Fiona Hui, Michelle Tom 2009 | Tiger Generation: Andy Kuo, Emily Gong, Ginny Li, Jaclyn Chen, Maggie Chu, Son Giang, Steven Chen, Wilson Zhang 2008 | Ox Generation: Ashley Jin, James Wang, Leonalyn Khanh 2007 | Rat Generation: Cameron Feng, Timothy Lum, MacArthur, Tsang, Victor Wei 2006 | Pig Generation: Cassidy Hsieh, Michael Hsieh, David Liu, Yin Seo, Danny Truong, Michelle Wang, Tiffany Yin
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