What kind of dance is popular in Vietnam?
Well, actually, I don’t have much knowledge about dance, and in general Vietnamese people don’t dance, at least I don’t know anyone in my acquaintance who dances. So I’m afraid I have no idea about the answer of this question.
Do you like dancing? (Why? /Why not?)
Option 1: No, because first of all never did I dance before, so I don’t know how to dance. Then secondly, I’m introverted and dancing is sort of showing yourself, so I don’t think it complies with my character.
Option 2: Well, I love to dance but I’m not much of a dancer to be honest. When I dance I find myself thinking too much about the steps instead of just feeling the music, rhythmic movements and let the body take control.
Do you like to watch others dance?
I do love watching people dance because when they dance, they look like they are really enjoying themselves and having a good time. I can feel their energy and appreciation for life when they let their body move to the music. Somehow it makes me feel rejuvenated and inspired.
In the future, would you like to learn dancing?
I don’t really know about this. I used to have much more time for things like ballroom dancing lessons back when I was a student but now I’m pretty caught up in my work. But who knows, maybe when I can manage to set some time aside for myself I will take up dancing again.
Do you think there are any advantages for young people (children) to go dancing? Well, since there isn’t anything that is thoroughly bad, so I believe there must be some benefit for young people to learn dance, because at least they could doing it like an exercise.