Lion Dance Los Angeles Team : Wushu Shaolin Entertainment

Lion Dance Los Angeles Team : Wushu Shaolin Entertainment

In commemoration of the 2014 auspicious lunar new year, Wushu Shaolin Entertainment was invited to produce a small showcase for a private family function in Los Angeles, California. The event would mark the beginning of a new life for a newly married couple. In order to promote prosperity and good fortune for the new home, the newlyweds decided to invite Wushu Shaolin Entertainment to provide a unique cultural presentation and ceremonial Lion Dance. For centuries Kung Fu and Lion Dance presentations are a big part of Chinese culture. These presentations elicit hope, courage, and determination to tackle any obstacle that may obstruct people from achieving their dreams in life.

After much deliberation, Wushu Shaolin Entertainment invited Alvin Hsing, Alfred Hsing, Shifu Sal Redner, and Shifu Jeremy Hector to perform for the house warming party. In attendance, was a small group of close friends to welcome the newlyweds to their new home.


Wushu Shaolin Entertainment is world renowned for producing Chinese Cultural showcases featuring the most creative cultural artisans in the industry. The team has performed in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Dubai, and throughout the United States. Each show takes months of preparation combining music, dance, Wushu, Shaolin Kung Fu, and elaborate Chinese Cultural Costumes.


Wushu Shaolin Entertainment offers professional Lion Dance, Dragon Dance, and Wushu Shaolin Kung Fu performances. The company serves as a talent agency gathering the leading Chinese Cultural Artisans to provide clients with the most professional demonstration troupe in the world. Our team of performers includes Shaolin Temple Kung Fu Monks, Black Belt Martial Artist, and industry standard Lion and Dragon Dance performers.

If you are interested in booking a Lion Dance or Dragon Dance performance please contact us by visiting the website. We have various prices depending on the number of lions or size of the Dragon.

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