“Through dance, we got to know a lot of good friends,” said Huang. “Especially after a performance we’ll get together and have a feast, and be very happy.”
Huang and Kuo, who can walk with the help of crutches but use wheelchairs for dancing, attended these meetings for more than a decade before they started performing together and eventually fell in love.
Huang said it was Kuo’s sense of humour that caught her attention.
“He was always funny when he spoke,” she said.
“My first impression of Ivy was that she was very cute because she walks like a penguin,” Kuo added, the pair bursting into laughter at the description.