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Kong graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 1989. After that, she received the Hong Kong Jockey Club Music Fund Scholarship (1989-1992), B. F. A. magna cum laude in modern dance from the University of Utah in the United States (1992), PIP School Certificate in Performing Arts (2006-2008) and Philippe Gaulier Master Workshop Certificate of Melodrama and Clown (2007 and 2008). Greek Tragedy (2009), Neutral Mask, Burlesque & Vaudeville (2010). She has been a dancer, choreographer, and instructor in various productions in Hong Kong and overseas. Being a dancer with the University of Utah’s Performing Dance Company from 1989 to 1992, she received the Orchesis Award for Outstanding Performance in 1990. From 1994 to 1996, she danced with City Contemporary Dance Company 2. From 1992 until now, Kong has choreographed over 100 dance pieces. Her choreographies of Comeo & Go, Keep Going, Out of Control, Surge, Show Tour, Waving and Wings in Heart have attained the Choreography Award in the 34th to 38th Schools Dance Festival respectively. Recently, she designs dance curriculum for various secondary schools. She has also been the artistic co-ordinator and choreographer of Young Sky and WuDaoQingNian. Her choreographies have been performed in Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Taiwan and Bangkok. In August 2006, she was invited to Malaysia to be an instructor for the Malaysia National Dance Training Camp. She created her first solo performance r language in January 2009. In the same year, she was invited by the English National Ballet to be the dance artist of Swanning Around – Dance & Cultural Exchange Project held in Shanghai World Expo 2010.

Graduate of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Graduate of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.

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.

Graduate of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Tang holds a BA in Dance and Theatre Performance from Plymouth State University, NH of the US. She performed and choreographed in various shows throughout New England and American College Dance Festival Association. Her favorite piece was Battle Etude by Rober Battle: New York-based Battleworkds Dance Company in 2004. After graduation, she joined Kelly Donavon and Dancers Company in Cambridge Mass. She is a selected member of CCDC WuDaoQingNian in 2009, and showcased her first choreography in Hong Kong at CCDC My Own Dance in November 2009.

Graduate of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

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.

Ma graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts with a Bachelor’s degree (Hons.) in Fine Arts, majoring in Contemporary Dance and Choreography.

She has been trained in modern dance, ballet, Chinese dance, Jazz dance, yoga, etc. She was awarded several scholarships during her study at the Academy. She participated in the CCDC Dance Centre’s WuDaoQingNian project in 2006 and 2007, and performed in several dance exchange programmes, including the International Dance Festival 2008 held in Bangkok. In 2007, she went to the American Dance Festival in the US for a scholarship, during which she was selected by the William Forsythe Company to receive training in the Forsythe’s Project. Her recent performances could be seen in Dancing Sketch (an outreach programme of the Hong Kong Dance Company) and New Dance Platform 2009 (Y-Space). Breaking, a dance she created, was presented at the Site-Specific Project – Build Motivation (E-Side Dance Company). She participated in musical production Field of Dreams (Hong Kong Repertory Theatre) in 2008.

Born and raised in HK, Janet Wu graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts with the Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours) Degree in Dance, majoring in contemporary dance. She was a resident artist of Unlock Dancing Plaza and currently is a freelance artist and dance teacher.
During her study, she was awarded Jacky Chan Charitable Foundation Scholarship, The Jessie Ho Scholarship in Contemporary Dance, received twice the Mainland Exchange scholarship from HSBC to Shanghai and Inner Mongolia for cultural exchange. She performed with the City Contemporary Dance Company in a dance piece called ‘Dao Extraordinary’ for their 30th anniversary celebration, represented the HKAPA to perform in Shanghai Expo, participated in the America Dance Festival in U.S and followed Van Huynh Company to perform in M1 Singapore Fringe Festival.

After graduation, she kept working with many different organizations and choreographers, for trying varied styles of choreography.
Recent performance work includes:
<Maybe Tomorrow> with Chloe Wong for New Arts Power; <A Journey of Mr. Rabbit> with Room9 Dance Theater; <Maze 2.0> with Passoverdance; <Tokyo Monkey Time> for Festival Tokyo 2017, <Tam Kai> with Pichet Klunchun; <ContempoLion> with Daniel Yeung; <Bric-Art-Brac>, <Kami Go Around 2.0>, <Gestalt>, <Imagination boom 3- My Metamorphosis>, <Art All-around>, <Fave Move> with E-side dance company; <Door>, <Room X>, <Dance under the sky>, <Dancing all around- Between the Balance and Unbalanced>, <Dance Flea Market> with Y-Space; <Tringer Game>, <Tringer 2.0> with Four Degrees Dance Laboratory; <Alice in HongKongland>, <Gengyi Ji>, <Blind Date> with DanceArt Hong Kong; <Wanderer>, <Mr.Mok> with Unlock Dancing Plaza.

Born in HK, Evains Lui graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts with the Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours) Degree in Dance, majoring in contemporary dance.

Malvina is the co-founder of Fellow Dancers. Her works includes dance teaching, performing and making choreography.

She obtained a BFA (Hons) in contemporary dance at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2008. She was awarded a full grant from the Hong Kong Jockey Club for her studies at the HKAPA. Malvina received her MA in Intercultural Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2014.

Malvina pursued her performing career in London between 2009 and 2011. She had worked with company of different styles that opened up her vision in art and lead her to always stay curious. Malvina joined City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong from 2013 to 2018 as a full-time dancer. During her time at the company, she has worked with many renowned choreographers and toured oversea. She performed as a dancer in the Opera “Beauty and Sadness” under the direction of Carolyn Chao in April 2019.

As a choreographer and director, Malvina had created a solo dance “At that time” in 2016. She explored time-lapse in her dance video “Move with the cloud”. Her commissioned work “Where is Romance Placed?” was being selected as part of Screen Dance 2019, Scotland’s Festival of Dance.

Malvina is also a certified yoga instructor and gained her qualification from the International Yoga Academy (2000 hours) and Creative Yogis (95 hours) in 2020.

Annie graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in contemporary dance. She had been awarded scholarship HSBC HKAPA Mainland China Study Programme 15/16 and studied in Shanghai Theatre Academy as a cultural exchange. During her study, besides being invited to collaborate with international choreographers, Annie also performed in the 4th HK Butoh Festival, HK Dance Award, HSBC Community Festival.

Her recent performance included The Rose of the Name by Trinity Theatre, The Moment 2.0 Musical and Physical Theatre, The Moment Musical and Physical Theatre.

She finished the teacher training course from Moving Playground in 2018.

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