45-71-year-old street dance group in Henan goes viral online – Xinhua

Zhang Ruifang of the Huo Mei Gui dance group practices in Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province, July 21, 2022. Founded in 2008, the group now has 16 members aged 45 to 71.

Despite their age, they burst with energy when they dance. They train every week and share the videos online. They now have over 50,000 subscribers on the short video sharing platform. Many of the followers are young people.

Through persistent practice, they dance better and better. They have starred in many television programs and even participated in an international street dance competition.

The group name Huo Mei Gui just represents their positive spirit. Street dancing keeps them mentally young and they hope they can keep dancing. (Xinhua/Li An)

A teacher gives instructions to Hou Yanli of Huo Mei Gui dance group during practice at a street dance studio in Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province, July 19, 2022. In Zhengzhou, Henan Province (Central China), there is a female street dance group Huo Mei Gui (meaning Fire Rose). Founded in 2008, the group now has 16 members aged 45 to 71.

Despite their age, they burst with energy when they dance. They train every week and share the videos online. They now have over 50,000 subscribers on the short video sharing platform. Many of the followers are young people.

Through persistent practice, they dance better and better. They have starred in many television programs and even participated in an international street dance competition.

The group name Huo Mei Gui just represents their positive spirit. Street dancing keeps them mentally young and they hope they can keep dancing. (Xinhua/Li An)

Yu Qinhua (L) and Zhou Fang of Huo Mei Gui dance group practice in Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province, July 21, 2022. Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province , there is a female street dance group Huo Mei Gui). Founded in 2008, the group now has 16 members aged 45 to 71.

Despite their age, they burst with energy when they dance. They train every week and share the videos online. They now have over 50,000 subscribers on the short video sharing platform. Many of the followers are young people.

Through persistent practice, they dance better and better. They have starred in many television programs and even participated in an international street dance competition.

The group name Huo Mei Gui just represents their positive spirit. Street dancing keeps them mentally young and they hope they can keep dancing. (Xinhua/Li An)

Members of the Huo Mei Gui dance group rest during street dance practice in Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province, July 21, 2022. In Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province China), there is a female street dance group Huo Mei Gui). Founded in 2008, the group now has 16 members aged 45 to 71.

Despite their age, they burst with energy when they dance. They train every week and share the videos online. They now have over 50,000 subscribers on the short video sharing platform. Many of the followers are young people.

Through persistent practice, they dance better and better. They have starred in many television programs and even participated in an international street dance competition.

The group name Huo Mei Gui just represents their positive spirit. Street dancing keeps them mentally young and they hope they can keep dancing. (Xinhua/Li An)

Yu Qinhua, Zhou Fang, Yan Xi’e and Gao Jingwen (L to R) of Huo Mei Gui dance group practice in Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province, July 21, 2022. In Zhengzhou, in Henan Province (Central China), there is a female street dance group Huo Mei Gui (meaning Fire Rose). Founded in 2008, the group now has 16 members aged 45 to 71.

Despite their age, they burst with energy when they dance. They train every week and share the videos online. They now have over 50,000 subscribers on the short video sharing platform. Many of the followers are young people.

Through persistent practice, they dance better and better. They have starred in many television programs and even participated in an international street dance competition.

The group name Huo Mei Gui just represents their positive spirit. Street dancing keeps them mentally young and they hope they can keep dancing. (Xinhua/Li An)

Hou Yanli (1st R) of the dance group Huo Mei Gui practices at a street dance studio in Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province, July 19, 2022. In Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan (central China), there is a female street dance group Huo Mei Gui (meaning Fire Rose). Founded in 2008, the group now has 16 members aged 45 to 71.

Despite their age, they burst with energy when they dance. They train every week and share the videos online. They now have over 50,000 subscribers on the short video sharing platform. Many of the followers are young people.

Through persistent practice, they dance better and better. They have starred in many television programs and even participated in an international street dance competition.

The group name Huo Mei Gui just represents their positive spirit. Street dancing keeps them mentally young and they hope they can keep dancing. (Xinhua/Li An)

Members of the Huo Mei Gui dance group prepare to take music videos in Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province, July 21, 2022. Founded in 2008, the group now has 16 members from 45 at 71 years old.

Despite their age, they burst with energy when they dance. They train every week and share the videos online. They now have over 50,000 subscribers on the short video sharing platform. Many of the followers are young people.

Through persistent practice, they dance better and better. They have starred in many television programs and even participated in an international street dance competition.

The group name Huo Mei Gui just represents their positive spirit. Street dancing keeps them mentally young and they hope they can keep dancing. (Xinhua/Li An)

Yan Xi’e (3rd R), Zhou Fang (2nd R) and Zhang Ruifang of the Huo Mei Gui dance group practice at a street dance studio in Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan province, 19 July 2022. In Zhengzhou, Henan Province (Central China), there is a female street dance group Huo Mei Gui (meaning Fire Rose). Founded in 2008, the group now has 16 members aged 45 to 71.

Despite their age, they burst with energy when they dance. They train every week and share the videos online. They now have over 50,000 subscribers on the short video sharing platform. Many of the followers are young people.

Through persistent practice, they dance better and better. They have starred in many television programs and even participated in an international street dance competition.

The group name Huo Mei Gui just represents their positive spirit. Street dancing keeps them mentally young and they hope they can keep dancing. (Xinhua/Li An)

Members of the Huo Mei Gui dance group rest during street dance practice in Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province, July 21, 2022. In Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province China), there is a female street dance group Huo Mei Gui). Founded in 2008, the group now has 16 members aged 45 to 71.

Despite their age, they burst with energy when they dance. They train every week and share the videos online. They now have over 50,000 subscribers on the short video sharing platform. Many of the followers are young people.

Through persistent practice, they dance better and better. They have starred in many television programs and even participated in an international street dance competition.

The group name Huo Mei Gui just represents their positive spirit. Street dancing keeps them mentally young and they hope they can keep dancing. (Xinhua/Li An)

Hou Yanli (1st L) and Yan Xi’e (2nd L) of the dance group Huo Mei Gui practice at a street dance studio in Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province, July 19, 2022. In Zhengzhou, Henan Province (Central China), there is a female street dance group Huo Mei Gui (meaning Fire Rose). Founded in 2008, the group now has 16 members aged 45 to 71.

Despite their age, they burst with energy when they dance. They train every week and share the videos online. They now have over 50,000 subscribers on the short video sharing platform. Many of the followers are young people.

Through persistent practice, they dance better and better. They have starred in many television programs and even participated in an international street dance competition.

The group name Huo Mei Gui just represents their positive spirit. Street dancing keeps them mentally young and they hope they can keep dancing. (Xinhua/Li An)

Yu Qinhua of the dance group Huo Mei Gui practices at a street dance studio in Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province, July 19, 2022. Founded in 2008, the group now has 16 members aged 45 to 71.

Despite their age, they burst with energy when they dance. They train every week and share the videos online. They now have over 50,000 subscribers on the short video sharing platform. Many of the followers are young people.

Through persistent practice, they dance better and better. They have starred in many television programs and even participated in an international street dance competition.

The group name Huo Mei Gui just represents their positive spirit. Street dancing keeps them mentally young and they hope they can keep dancing. (Xinhua/Li An)

Ma Gaixiang (R) of dance group Huo Mei Gui practices at a street dance studio in Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province, July 19, 2022. In Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province of China), there is a female street dance group Huo Mei Gui (meaning Rose of Fire). Founded in 2008, the group now has 16 members aged 45 to 71.

Despite their age, they burst with energy when they dance. They train every week and share the videos online. They now have over 50,000 subscribers on the short video sharing platform. Many of the followers are young people.

Through persistent practice, they dance better and better. They have starred in many television programs and even participated in an international street dance competition.

The group name Huo Mei Gui just represents their positive spirit. Street dancing keeps them mentally young and they hope they can keep dancing. (Xinhua/Li An)