Jiali Wang was a Chinese traditional dancer working for Sichuan Song and Dance Company (2003 to 2005). She graduated from Beijing Dance Academy (2016- 2010) with her Bachelor’s degree in Modern Dance and many different experiences of national and international dance competitions, such as: The 5th Seoul International Dance Competition and The 1st Lotus Cup National College Dance Competition in China (2008); The 4th Huabei Dance Competition. Wang worked with Tao Dance Theater in Beijing for contemporary dance performance, Now Dance, in 2010. Her dance work “A Small Potato” got golden medal for choreography and performance in The 8th Guangdong International Dance Festival (2011). During her MFA study at The College at Brockport, State University of New York (2014-2017), Wang also won many dance awards and participated in various dance performances and festivals, such as: Dance/Hartwell Concert; Brockport International Festival; Dance/Strasser Concert; Morning Dance Concert2015; NDEO Tiny Dance Concert2015; ACDA Conference2016; American Dance Festival2016; Sankofa Dance/Music Concert; Modern Language Festival; Water Music Festival2017. She got The Pylyshenko Family Endowment Fund for International Student Award and the SUNY Brockport Summer Dance Award with the David Dorfman Dance Company (2015). As the representative of the Department of Dance at SUNY Brockport, Wang’s duet, Journal, was selected to perform in American College Dance Festival in 2016. Wang received the Six Weeks School Tuition Scholarship of American Dance Festival 2016 and performed one of the Footprints dance works, Walk, choreographed by Vanessa Voskuil at Sarah P. Duke Gardens. In 2017, Wang’s MFA Thesis work, Inside7, performed at Mark Morris Dance Center for Brockport Alumni Showcase and another work "A Clock Chaos" was selected to show in CBG Dance Fall Festival at Access Theater in Manhattan.