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  • And were starting with a twist exercise, slowly.

  • And 2, 3.

  • Very slow.

  • Cha, cha.

  • One, two, three.

  • And Cha cha.

  • 1, good, 2, 3.

  • Cha cha, 1, 2, 3.

  • Cha, cha, 1, good, 2, 3.

  • Cha, cha.

  • Welcome back.

  • 2, 3.

  • Good.

  • I brush my foot.

  • I brought it back.

  • Number eight.

  • Number eight to the side.

  • Cha, cha, 1, 2, and 3 and 4 and single.

  • 2 and 3, 4 and double.

  • 2 and 3 and 4 and 1, 2, and 3 and 4 and single.

  • Very good.

  • 2 and 3.

  • I don’t hear the feet.

  • 2 and yes and 4 and 1, 2 and 3 and 4 and 1.

  • Back 2, 3, cha, cha, 1, legs, 2, 3.

  • Cha, cha, 1, 2.

  • Yea, yeah.

  • Eyes up.

  • Cha, cha, 1, 2, 3.

  • Cha, cha, 1, 2, 3.

  • Cha, cha, 1, 2, 3.

  • And cha, cha, 1, good, 2, 3, and cha, cha, 1, good, 2, 3.

  • [music]

  • Before I learned dancing, you know,

  • I can only use my body to walk, to swim, to run.

  • Today, I can use my body to reach

  • another level of freedom.

  • I wish I could have danced earlier at my age.

  • But better late than never.

  • Were lucky to have an opportunity

  • and the right time, maybe the last time.

  • Back in Vietnam, we dance to rock and roll.

  • I love Bee Gees.

  • And I can sing all Carpenters song.

  • What was called the foreign music,

  • foreign music tend to be very romantic, very, very sexy.

  • When I first met Paul, he was shy, so shy.

  • I didn’t think he is my type.

  • But I remember he invited me to his birthday party.

  • You have to remember that dancing, in those day,

  • in Vietnam, it is illegal to have dance party at home.

  • You can get in trouble.

  • But we organize a party anyways.

  • He being gentleman, stretch out hand, shall we dance?

  • We dance like what they call slow dance, just

  • like two of us, like close.

  • I feel he shaking.

  • I am too.

  • I vividly remember he can dance.

  • I start becoming his girlfriend,

  • because we in love so much, so in love.

  • I told my father, we have to leave the country

  • to escape the communist Vietnam.

  • The communist, something very soon right now, anytime.

  • If you do business, they go after you.

  • But my mom was a real business woman.

  • So soon enough, they start to come to arrest my mom,

  • say, you have to give up your house.

  • You have to give up your factory.

  • When we escape, we know we take

  • the chance of the lifetime.

  • Either we die on the ocean or if we get caught

  • and we get sent home, we’d have nothing left.

  • Is that O.K., my hair?

  • Yeah.

  • O.K.

  • One day he came.

  • He say, tomorrow, I have to leave.

  • I’m sorry.

  • I could not bring you.

  • And then, he left.

  • We were not sure whether we would see each other again.

  • (SINGING) Oh, my love.

  • My darling.

  • Santana.

  • (SINGING) Oye como va.

  • Yeah.

  • Cha, cha?

  • You know?

  • (SIGNING) Where do I begin?

  • I don’t have

  • No.

  • I don’t think so.

  • On the record.

  • Hey, hey.

  • What are you talking about?

  • We already at that age.

  • You already

  • We already there.

  • [music]

  • I am an auditor for the state of California.

  • Some people, they think, oh, yeah.

  • It’s good, good exercise, they say.

  • But then they know we go compete.

  • We go perform.

  • We have the best professional teacher from Ukraine.

  • If one day my co-worker, they will see me dance,

  • they will be shocked.

  • They will never think I can dance the way I

  • dance with my husband.

  • Totally different two people.

  • I work as an engineer.

  • We work full time.

  • We can afford to retire.

  • Our daughter has her own life right now.

  • So we go to the club, at least four nights per week,

  • taking group lesson, private lesson, and dance

  • on the floor, three hours in the evening.

  • Why am I spending so much time dancing?

  • Am I crazy?

  • When I came to America, I was scared.

  • We got nothing, really.

  • I love her and care for her.

  • I felt very sorry that I couldn’t bring her with me.

  • But I don’t want to give empty promise or anything.

  • It felt really, really hard to accept.

  • I didn’t hear from him for six months.

  • And then, I get a letter from him.

  • So romantic.

  • He say, even in his dream, he remember my name.

  • I started writing a lot of love letter to him.

  • I was so eager to get out.

  • I talked to lawyer about the immigration petition process.

  • I prepared to argue my case for her.

  • I told her, there’s a possibility

  • that I can get you out.

  • It might not be successful.

  • The letter become so slow.

  • He cannot always think of me, right?

  • But then, I received a notice from the embassy

  • saying that I was allowed to leave Vietnam.

  • I was so happy.

  • Paul did so much effort.

  • I was excited.

  • But you know, after this long separation,

  • there’s a lot of uncertainty.

  • I don’t know whether we will be still the right kind

  • of person for each other.

  • We only met for six months.

  • And we were separated for about six years.

  • Los Angeles, California.

  • Once I got out from the plane, I saw Paul.

  • I don’t know how to feel.

  • He looked a little bit like distant.

  • He took my hand.

  • And I feel weird, because we lost that feeling.

  • After a few days, he says, why don’t we start over?

  • Stretch.

  • Your hands are on her shoulders.

  • Don’t mess upmy shoulder.

  • Good.

  • And then, it goes on her head.

  • 3, take her head.

  • Take it.

  • Take her head.

  • O.K., O.K., O.K., O.K., O.K., O.K. I got it.

  • Make it real.

  • And to 2.

  • Take it very slowly.

  • 2 across and ronde, 3.

  • Good.

  • Very solid.

  • [inaudible] walks, 4, and ronde, 1.

  • Walking out when.

  • She does the spiral, remember, we close.

  • Don’t send her out.

  • Hold her so she does the [inaudible] spin with you.

  • Another [inaudible] spin.

  • O.K. I got it.

  • Bringing the legs

  • Yeah.

  • I know.

  • I already

  • Yeah, then you

  • The other way, honey.

  • I’m going to lift you right now, O.K.?

  • Run.

  • Oh, wow.

  • Oh.

  • No, no.

  • Hold on a sec.

  • I’m going to do it again.

  • Suddenly — O.K. Go.

  • Oh, no, no, no.

  • It’s not down there.

  • It’s under her ribs.

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • Can you please show me how you

  • would send your wife there?

  • It’s not

  • Oh.

  • No, no.

  • That’s presenting.

  • Opposite.

  • I want you to like reach.

  • Like you want her to come back, but

  • O.K. You want me to

  • Yeah.

  • Reach.

  • Your body.

  • You follow it.

  • You follow that.

  • A little bit early, early, early.

  • And bring it back.

  • Remember, motion creates emotion.

  • O.K. Motion will create emotion.

  • O.K.

  • And it goes backwards too.

  • Emotion makes motion.

  • Motion create emotion.

  • Come on.

  • Come on.

  • He have no emotion.

  • That’s why.

  • Give him some.

  • [inaudible]

  • Good.

  • Down.

  • [music]

  • When we came to this country, we have one goal.

  • We want to establish our lives.

  • Back then, we didn’t have the luxury

  • to enjoy life, not exactly knowing

  • what it means to enjoy life.

  • Now, we have to learn something new.

  • We know we don’t have a lot of time left.

  • Were making up for the lost time.

  • [Music]

  • (SINGING) Weve only just begun to live.

  • White lace and promises.

  • A kiss for luck and were on our way.

  • Before the rising sun, we fly.

  • So many roads to choose.

  • Well start out walking and learn to run.

  • Sharing horizons that are new to us.

  • Watching the signs along the way.

  • Talking it over, just the two of us.

  • Working together day to day.

  • Together.

  • And when the evening comes, we smile.

  • So much of life ahead.

  • Well find a place where there’s room to grow.

  • Sharing horizons that are new to us.

  • Watching the signs along the way.

  • Talking it over, just the two of us.

  • Working together day to day.

  • Together.

  • Together.

  • And when the evening comes, we smile.

  • So much of life ahead.

  • Well find a place where there’s room to grow.

  • And yes, weve just begun.

And were starting with a twist exercise, slowly.

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