Children Dance Short Courses

1ST Term 2024 Short Children Dance Courses (Feb to Mar)

Enrolment date starts from:18.01.2024 (Thu)
Per Course HK$650 / CCDC Kids Card holder HK590

# Short Course offer cannot be used in conjunction with other discounts.

Parent-child Jazz
For aged 3-5 with one parent
This course includes warm-up activities, games, dance movements, and storytelling during the lesson. It can help children to cultivate their interest in dancing with enhanced body flexibility. The parent-child-based element can also develop intimacy between parents and kids.

Code  Date Day Time Aged Instructor Fee Sessions Remarks
CSC101 25.02-24.03.2024 Sun 10:00-10:55am 3-5 Jasmin WONG $650 5

Children Musical Jazz
This course will focus on popular music, including Disney songs, with combined jazz and contemporary dance techniques. It aims to develop children’s sense of rhythm and body coordination. Children can enjoy dance performances during the class.

Code  Date Day Time Aged Instructor Fee Sessions Remarks
CSC102 25.02-24.03.2024 Sun 12:00nn-12:55pm 5-8 PAK Wei-ming $650 5

Enrolment Information

In Person submit to CCDC Dance Centre office
By Post: with crossed cheque payable to “CITY CONTEMPORARY DANCE CO., LTD” (please write down your name and contact number at the back of the cheque) or with credit card (only VISA / MASTER) information and card validation number (CVV code) and send to the CCDC Dance Centre, Unit 101, 1/F, Tai Po Arts Centre, 12 On Pong Road, Tai Po. Please do not send cash.
By Fax: Please fill in the enrolment form with credit card (only VISA / MASTER) information and card validation number (CVV code), fax it to 3705 3513.


Wong Po Lui Jasmin was born in Hong Kong, and graduated at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in Contemporary Dance. Independent choreographer and dance artist.Previously a dancer for Y-Space(Hong Kong). During her time on the BFA (Hons) programme, she was awarded a Grantham scholarship and also went on an Shanghai Exchange Tour funded by Hong Kong Foundation for arts and culture. She was selected to perform in various school productions including Savage Symphony、Echoing Woods by Christine Gouzelis and Here & beneath the surface of there by John Utans. Other outside performing experiences include CCDC’s WuDaoQingNian program; Sky of Nepal Arts Project by Bobbie Chen and Hero @ Eb Major by Ong Yong Lock for LCSD Community Cultural Ambassador and Unlock Dancing Plaza.She received a CCDC scholarship to participate in the Beijing Dance Festival in 2014 and 2015, 2017. Jasmin also has an interest in choreography and her work Among Them was presented in CCDC’s My Own Dance program and the series of Are you thinking what I am thinking? was presented in HKAPA and Eside’s Imagination boom 3.

Wei Ming-PAK is an independent choreographer and performing dance artist based in Hong Kong. He graduated in 2008 from the City University of Hong Kong with a Certificate in Fitness, Health and 2013 with a BFA (Hons) in Contemporary Dance from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.

During his studies, Pak was awarded the HKSAR Government Reaching Out Scholarship Fund and was also given multiple opportunities to participate in the Guangzhou and Beijing Dance Festival through City Contemporary Dance Company’s scholarships.

He was awarded the European Organization’s full DanceWEB programme scholarship to participate in ImPulsTanz Vienna International Dance Festival 2013.Where he worked with USA base artist Trajal Harrell (RITE OF SUMMER) and Montpellier Dance Festival and Pompidou Center in France 2015 (The Ghost of Montpellier Meet the Samurai).

Pak has choreographed and produced works independently since 2009; including: One Minute Jumping Frames Dance Video Competition INNERMOST, ROBOT (Dance Video Works), LOST IN THE CITY (Site-Specific Works) which was invited to be performed at Hong Kong Arts Centre’s . TINT and INTERPRETATIONS 2 (Stage Works) which were selected by City Contemporary Dance Company to be performed at the Beijing and Guangdong Dance Festival. Pak has frequently taken part in cultural exchanges in Taiwan, Israel and France.

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