Jun Zhou, a dance artist, choreographer, and educator, currently teaches dance and Mandarin language to students of all age in New York city. He graduated from New York University with an MA in Dance Education and studied Laban Movement Analysis System at Laban Bartenieff Institute. Born and raised in China, he was provided with a great opportunity to master Chinese folk dance and other dance genres such as ballroom and modern dance, hip hop, to name but a few. The dance pieces he choreographed have been performed at Town Hall, PlayStation Theater, and other theaters to name a few. Last year, he just finished touring with Fish Leong in North America as a solo dancer, and successfully performed for Time Square New Year’s Eve show. As of now, he has performed all over the United States as well as in Sweden, Denmark, and Italy. During his undergraduate years at Beijing Normal University, he majored in Dance and minored Chinese Language and Literature. Currently, as a resident of New York City, Jun Zhou works as an artist teaching in public schools and dance studios, while striving to improve his knowledge of dance and pursuing further education. He remains dedicated to and passionate about the fields of his choice. He strongly believes that learning should be fun and that making it happen is the key to helping students learn effectively and enjoy dancing.