YongHong Jia 賈永紅

Chinese Opera/Vocal teacher

Chinese opera singer, actress, teacher of performing arts.  Ms. Jia studied voice at the Central Traditional Singing and Dancing School from age 13.  Ms. Jia has been teaching Folk Dance, Chinese Opera, Mandarin in the United States over 19 years.  


Hua Jiang 姜華 

Calligraphy and Chinese Painting Teacher

Ms. Jiang has over 15 years of teaching experience in Fine Arts specialized in Chinese Calligraphy and Chinese Painting.  She graduated with  a Master Degree in Fine Arts from Nanjing University of the Arts 南京艺术学院, one of the most prestige Fine Arts institution in China. 

Shih-Yun Chen 陳士芸

3D Printing Teacher

Ms. Chen has a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Painting from Pratt Institute. Ms. Chen has worked for architects in both NYC and NJ as a designer for projects involving residential and commercial renovations.

Priyala Kunling Jiang 姜昆玲

Yoga Teacher

Dr. Jiang is a licensed Yoga teacher, a member Yoga Alliance Teachers Association.  Ms. Jiang has been practicing Yoga for over 10 years with thousands of hours accumulated. 

Dr. Jiang graduated from Shandong Medical College in China.  She worked in Shandong Qianfoshan Hospital for years practicing internal medicine before came to the United States.  After realized the benefits of Yoga, she immediately fell in love with it and would like to spread the teaching of Yoga to the general public.   

Tony Wang 王皓松

Theatre Arts Teacher

Graduated from Columbia University, Mr. Wang is a famous host, pianist, and theatre artist.  His perfect mandarin linguistic skill made him a popular candidate as a host in many major international events.

Kyla Sylvers

Acting Teacher

Kyla Sylvers is an actress, writer, producer, and print model from Chicago, Illinois. She received her B.A. from the University of Southern California where she majored in Theater with a focus in acting. Her most recent stage credits include: Roots of a Lily (BVOB Summer Festival), Resistance (Semi-Colon Theater Company), Hemophobia (68 Cent Crew), and Hyena (NYC Frigid Festival). Film/TV/Webseries work includes: Pop Queens (Pilot Episode), Lea, The Late Bloomer (Kadia Balgrove), Walk-Up (Paper Ring Productions), Treading Yesterday (Treading Yesterday, LLC), and of course, Finding Our Way which she also wrote and co-produced. She has had her plays produced in both Chicago and LA, has lent her voice to short films, web series, and ads, done commercial and print modeling, and she is currently working closely with industry mentors to develop a pilot and short sci-fi film. She is also a Macro TV Lab semi-finalist.

Christiana Sun 孫增鑫

Traditional Chinese Dance Teacher

Graduted from Beijing Dance Academy 北京舞蹈学院, in 1997, Christiana Sun was a director at Dancers Association of China, a teacher, and National Chinese Folk Dance Coordinator.  Before coming to the United States, Ms. Sun was the founder and principal of New Road Dance and Arts School,  新之路艺术学校.  Under 18 years of Ms. Sun’s leadership, the school has nurtured over 1000 students and won over 20 national level competitions.