CADCAI's community arts program encourages the learning and development of Chinese culture through the expression of dance and performing arts. The MoLiHua dance group is made up of young people of diverse backgrounds and ages, with varying levels of experience and dance skills. The group learn and practise a blend of tradional and contemporary Chinese dances using fans, ribbons, drums and hoops.
Chinese dance classes are held every Sunday morning from 9.15- 10.30 at the FNQ Dance Academy, 168 Draper St, Cairns, under the expert tutelage of Ms Sarah Thorne.
If you are interested in these classes, please direct your enquiries to Ms Chan Lai Chu, ph 0409 632 8200409 632 820 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
CADCAI MOLIHUA DANCERS "Molihua" or "Jasmine flower" is the name of a widely known classical Chinese folk song.
On their first cultural exchange to Cairns' sister city, Zhenjaing, members of the dance group learned the Molihau dance by which they performed at the closing ceremony of their study tour. Since then, the Molihua dance has become the group's signature dance which they often perform at festivals and public events. The group officially adopted the name "CADCAI Molihua Chinese Dancers" in 2009