She had been learning dance for six years, and when she climbed to the top of the mountain and looked down at the village, she started her long-awaited solo dance, Distance. Her long hair danced in the air. She seemed to see the dancing students she taught standing on the podium of the national competition. It was as if she could see that the students from the cold windows she had taught were moving toward their dreams. Six years ago, she graduated from the Dance Academy and stepped onto the stage of her dreams. She was originally in the limelight in her dancing career, but after she accidentally learned that the children in the mountain village did not have the opportunity to study, she resolutely gave up the stage and stepped onto the road of teaching. It had nothing to do with fame or dreams. She only wanted the children in the mountain village to learn! Six years on the road of teaching, she thought that she would never have the opportunity to dance again. The village girl's peacock dance broke into her field of vision like a beautiful flower. From then on, she was sent to a wider stage, allowing more people to see her perform the traditional peacock dance of the Dai clan. It became her most simple wish.