- World Reknown Ballet Dancer
- Best Selling Author, "Mao's Last Dancer"
- A Story of Perserverance and Determination
Li Cunxin’s (Lee Schwin Sing) journey is simply remarkable. He was born into utter poverty in Mao’s communist China, and, at a very young age, he was selected to train in Madame Mao's Beijing Dance Academy. So began Li's journey. The seven years of harsh training regime at the Beijing Dance Academy taught him discipline, resilience, determination and perseverance. Li’s astounding drive and relentless hard work made him one of the best dancers in the world. Li then made a successful career transition from ballet to finance. He is a senior manager at one of the largest stockbroking firms in Australia. He was named 2009 Australian Father of the Year.
The inspirational story of Li’s life is recounted in his memoir Mao's Last Dancer which quickly rose to No. 1 on the Australian Non-Fiction Best-Seller List, won the Book of the Year Award in Australia and received the Christopher Award for Literature in the USA. It went on to become an international bestseller. It’s in the 51st reprint and is now a featured film.
Li’s experiences are real; his journey is incredible;...
"The World Presidents and their spouses are of course, an exceptionally critical audience. The reaction of this group to Li's enthralling and riveting presentations was...simply astounding! Li reduced much of his audience to tears and as the participants left the auditorium, many said it was the most moving and absorbing presentation they had ever heard! This reaction was borne out when the final ratings appeared - Li scored 10.0 out of 10 in one presentation (unheard of) and 9.9 out of 10 in the other, making him easily the highest rating speaker (out of a field of some 40 presenters) at the University. China University became the highest rating event ever produced by WPO and Li's graphic presentations were certainly a major contributor to this rating."
, World President's Organization (WPO)
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