Delina started her ballet training at seven in Hong Kong. At fifteen she went to Canada and continued her ballet training at Alberta Ballet School and York University. She received two dance scholarships, one from York University and the other from The Banff Centre for the Arts. She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Dance from York University in 1980.
Since 1980 she performed, choreographed and taught in different countries. She furthered her study in dance and graduated with a Master of Creative Industry in Dance Teaching from Queensland University of Technology in 2005.
In Hong Kong she had worked as a dancer with the City Contemporary Dance Company, Resident Choreographer for Hong Kong Television Broadcasts Limited (HK-TVB), Dance Director of Asia Television Limited (ATV). She choreographed numerous works for television, films and stage. She taught ballet at Hong Kong Dance Company, Hong Kong Ballet, City Contemporary Dance Company, Unlock Dancing Plaza, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and Jean M. Wong School of Ballet.
In China she taught at Guangdong Modern Dance Company and Beijing Modern Dance Ensemble.
In Taiwan she taught at Cloud Gate Dance Theatre, National Institute of the Arts, Dance Forum and Tsoying Senior High School. She was an Associate Professor and Ballet Coordinator with the School of Dance at Taipei National University of the Arts from 2000 to 2005.
In Canada she choreographed and performed at the annual `Dancing on the Edge Festival’ in Vancouver from 1991 to 1993. She choreographed for Arts Umbrella Youth Dance Company in 1996. She taught at Ballet BC and Arts Umbrella in 1995 to 1996 and Harbour Dance Centre from 1991 to 1996.
Delina moved to Vancouver in 2015 and had taught at Ballet BC, Arts Umbrella, Simon Fraser University and The Landing Dance Centre. Since she returned to Vancouver, she started teaching for Harbour Dance Centre.