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-[artist]dance flow[/artist] is a four member dance group from [placeformed]Taipei, Taiwan[/placeformed] who debuted in 2010 under avex Taiwan. They disbanded in late 2011. Iris left dance flow somewhere between late summer of 2011 and the beginning of 2012. Lin, Air, and Takeshi formed a new group called [artist]Asian 4 Front[/artist].+[artist]dance flow[/artist] is a four member dance group from [placeformed]Taipei, Taiwan[/placeformed] who debuted in 2010 under avex Taiwan. They disbanded in late 2011. Iris left dance flow somewhere between late 2011.. Lin, Air, and Takeshi formed a new group called [artist]Asian 4 Front[/artist].
Originally in 2010, there were eight members. Four girls: DinDin (Leader), WaWa, Lin and Iris. Four boys: Sam, Takeshi, Dennis and Air. [artist]dance flow[/artist] rose to fame in 2008 through Let's Dance (舞林大道) which is similar to the American dance competition show, So You Think You Can Dance. In 2009, [artist]dance flow[/artist] signed with avex Taiwan and they officially debuted in 2010 with the album [album artist=dance flow]df1[/album] . avex Taiwan invited Sam from [artist]TRF[/artist] to choreograph "Come on! Come on!" and to attend their debut press conference. Originally in 2010, there were eight members. Four girls: DinDin (Leader), WaWa, Lin and Iris. Four boys: Sam, Takeshi, Dennis and Air. [artist]dance flow[/artist] rose to fame in 2008 through Let's Dance (舞林大道) which is similar to the American dance competition show, So You Think You Can Dance. In 2009, [artist]dance flow[/artist] signed with avex Taiwan and they officially debuted in 2010 with the album [album artist=dance flow]df1[/album] . avex Taiwan invited Sam from [artist]TRF[/artist] to choreograph "Come on! Come on!" and to attend their debut press conference.
-During the summer of 2010, [artist]dance flow[/artist] participated in Japan's A-Nation concert. In October of the same year, they participated at Asia Music Summit ft. Avex Taiwan in Japan. +During the summer of 2010, [artist]dance flow[/artist] participated in Japan's a-Nation concert. In October of the same year, they participated at Asia Music Summit ft. avex Taiwan in Japan.
DinDin, WaWa, Sam and Dennis left for unknown reasons in 2011. April of the same year, [artist]dance flow[/artist] performed at Asia Music Summit Vol. 2 in Japan, marking their first performance with four members. A few months after, they performed at House Nation in Beijing. DinDin, WaWa, Sam and Dennis left for unknown reasons in 2011. April of the same year, [artist]dance flow[/artist] performed at Asia Music Summit Vol. 2 in Japan, marking their first performance with four members. A few months after, they performed at House Nation in Beijing.

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dance flow is a four member dance group from Taipei, Taiwan who debuted in 2010 under avex Taiwan. They disbanded in late 2011. Iris left dance flow in late 2011. Lin, Air, and Takeshi formed a new group called Asian 4 Front late 2011. Originally in 2010, there were eight members. Four girls: DinDin (Leader), WaWa, Lin and Iris. Four boys: Sam, Takeshi, Dennis and Air. dance flow rose to fame in 2008 through Let's Dance (舞林大道) which is similar to the American dance competition show, So You Think You Can Dance. In 2009, dance flow signed with avex Taiwan and they officially debuted in 2010 with the album df1 . avex Taiwan invited Sam from TRF to choreograph "Come on! Come on!" and to attend their debut press conference. During the summer of 2010, dance flow participated in Japan's a-Nation concert. In October of the same year, they participated at Asia Music Summit ft. avex Taiwan in Japan. DinDin, WaWa, Sam and Dennis left for unknown reasons in 2011. April of the same year, dance flow performed at Asia Music Summit Vol. 2 in Japan, marking their first performance with four members. A few months after, they performed at House Nation in Beijing.