Have discipline, always be motivated to take a step forward towards your artistic dream and be willing to impart your knowledge to people who are eager to learn.
Jimmy started breakdancing when he was 14 and was hired by a commercial dance company to perform for events and shows after just two years of learning.
He was a full-time dancer at Uranium Dance School in Myanmar from 2010 to 2012. He continued to push himself to achieve greater heights through various competitions like the “San Francisco Hip Hop Dance Competition” in 2009 (2nd and 3rd place), “Giordano Dance Competition” in 2009 (2nd place), “Wayzayandar Dance Competition” in 2010 (Solo 2nd place) and “Champion of Dance” in 2010 (1st place).
Despite his busy schedule, Jimmy was involved in organising annual street dance competitions in Myanmar, including “The First Jam”, “The Jam Down” and “Yangon BBoy City”.
After graduating from NAFA in 2016, Jimmy continued to shine on stage and was recently crowned the winner of “Myanmar’s Got Talent 2016”.