Alocasia tiny dancer looks better and better over time. It is relatively easy to care for and as the foliage matures, it takes a cool shape! Which is one of the main reasons why it's called 'tiny dancer'.
This beauty will thrive in bright filtered/dappled light and soil that is made of high organic matter. Be sure to keep the soil moist, or you can alter the watering to allow the soil to dry out in-between watering. But don't allow it to stay dry for long. Turn her every few weeks so she stays beautiful all around. And ideal place to put her would be in an area where she will receive bright-indirect light.