Chai-Ju Shen is a PhD student at Drama, Theatre and Performance Department in the University of Roehampton. She holds an M.A. degree in Arts and Humanities Education from the Taipei National University of the Arts, Taiwan. Previously working at National Culture and Arts Foundation as a coordinator and an advocate of performing arts in Taiwan, she has organized seminars and micro-theatres to facilitate public access to performing arts in its most diverse forms. Travelling back and forth between the receiving end as a promoter and the producing end as a dancer, she aspires to connect dance to everyday life. With her diasporic Taiwanese experiences of living in different cities, she is now exploring the meaning of dance along with Taiwanese identity in global places at a doctoral level.
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