Please tell us a little about yourself?
How did you get into dancing and performing?
How long have you been with the Guardians?
Is it a job you enjoy doing?
What is it like working with Travis, and the Fubon Angels?
We don’t have many fans now – only 2000 allowed in – is it different to interacting with a full stadium?
So you must be happy the fans are now coming back, even in reduced numbers.
I see you practice a lot behind the scenes before games, how do you feel afterwards?
Is there a difference when the team wins?
What are your hopes for the club in the next few months as we hopefully get all the fans back?
Where do you hope to be five years from now?
I hope I can remain working for the club. I enjoy and like my current role very much in the supporters group.
One day I will move behind the scenes with new people to replace me. I don’t know when that will be, but that will be the time for Travis to replace me. And after Travis, a new face will come in.
Just the same as with the Angels, each year we have new people join.
How do you feel when you see the posters from fans with your name on them – in amongst those for all the players?
I feel so grateful to them because they couldn’t be here at first.
Each team in the CPBL have their own marketing forms. Our way in using the handmade cheering boards of the fans is very heartwarming, as it lets the fans make whatever they want for the players.
It is a very direct form of communication. I felt it was very touching.
At the time no fans could come in, I turned and looked at the boards and felt so grateful and happy.