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Jin Xing Dancing at the Joyce

Wednesday, February 01, 2012

The acclaimed Chinese dancer Jin Xing discusses her performances at the Joyce Theater January 31 – February 5. Xing Jing was born a man in China in 1967 and began dancing at age 6, later joining the national ballet company, traveling the world dancing and training with Martha Graham and Merce Cunningham. Then Xing Jing decided to undergo a sex change. She founded the Jin Xing Dance Theatre Shanghai and is dancing in New York the first time ever as a woman.

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Jin Xing

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Comments [2]

Molly Haskell from NYC

I think Lopate is exactly right. Think of "Boys Don't Cry." It's too potentially disturbing for a (say) male-to-female not to reveal her situation to an interested man.

Feb. 03 2012 12:31 PM
Jan Fogel

Leonard, What a rude comment.. It is nobody's business when a transsexual reveals themselves to a sexual partner.You actually snickered! Would you ask someone when they reveal to a date that they are impotent or have a small penis?!?! You owe your guest and your listeners an apology!

Feb. 01 2012 01:00 PM

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