Dance Teacher in Taipei!
by Jeni Tu
November 29, 2001

Hi everyone! I apologize for being out of touch. The holidays were crazy as always, and after a much-needed vacation with my family in Taiwan and Hong Kong, it took longer than usual to readjust and get down to business as usual, putting out the March issue of Dance Teacher.

Speaking of my vacation, though, I just wanted to let you all know that I was surprised, delighted and moved to find none other than our dear magazine—along with sister publications Dance Spirit, Pointe and Dance Magazine—at one of Taipei’s top booksellers, the chic, multilevel Eslite Bookstore. Although photos weren’t allowed inside (why?), I snuck a few when store employees weren’t looking. DT was carefully wrapped in plastic, and the cover price translated to about US $10.

Isn’t it lovely to know that the teaching, health and business tips in the pages of DT are reaching an interested audience on the other side of the globe? It certainly put a smile on my face. What do you think: Would you like to learn more about dance education outside of the U.S.—in Asia, Europe or South America, for example? Post to the message board!

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