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  • Yi-jie CHEN (On Leave)
    Chen Yi-jie graduated from Guangzhou Art School in 2014, majoring in Chinese dance. She studied Chinese classic dance and Chinese folk dance. She joined Guangdong Modern Dance Company in the same year. During that period, she has worked with lots of choreographers and art organisations. She has performed in many dance performances including Beyond Calligraphy, Sumeru, Tiny, The Hour We Knew Nothing Of Each Other, Expressions of Dance: When did We Become Contemporary, Salty Roast Crane and Point One. Yijie joined CCDC in 2019.
  • Min HE
    He Min was the lead dancer of Guangdong Modern Dance Company. He has worked with lots of famous dance artists and art organisations. During that period, he has participated in numerous international dance festivals, including Brisbane Festival, China Night (in Berlin,China), Edinburgh Art Festival. Recent chorography includes I Do Believe, Losing Control, 28, Scar. He was invited to perform duet selections from Point One in the opening ceremony of 2016 Auckland Economy Summit in Auckland, California and 11th Chinese Best Dance reporting performances in 2016. He joined CCDC in 2019.

  • Felix KE

    Felix Ke graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2010 and Taipei National University of the Arts in 2016 (Master of Fine Arts). He worked with Unlock Dance Plaza and WCDance. He also worked with renowned choreographers including Zhang Xiao-xiong, Yang Ming-lung and Heather Myers. As a choreographer, Ke has created AnonymousV, Last body and Finding Uncertain. He joined CCDC in 2017.

  • Eric KWONG
    Erick KWONG, a Hong Kong native, graduated in contemporary dance from The Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts. He was a member of CCDC’s Scholarship Class and a dancer with CCDC’s youth dance ensemble Teens of Colours and WuDaoQingNian (WDQN). Kwong joined CCDC in 2019.
  • Bobo LAI
    After graduating from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2008, Bobo Lai joined the Guangdong Modern Dance Company (GMDC) as a fulltime dancer after working a year as a freelance dancer. Her early performances at GMDC including works by renowned choreographers, such as Liu Qi’s Upon Calligraphy and Sang Jijia’s Sticks. She also showcased her own works One Plus One Ant and X -85213 at GMDC. She joined CCDC in 2015.
  • Peggy LAM

    Born in Hong Kong, Lam was the member of CCDC's Scholarship Class and dancer of CCDC's youth dance ensemble “Young Sky” and “WuDaoQingNian”. She has performed widely with various professional dance companies. During her study at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts majoring in Modern Dance, she received several scholarships and toured overseas with the Academy. She graduated from the Academy in 2007 and joined CCDC in the same year. She has co-choreographed Grand Opening and Past, Present, Future with WDQN alumni. In 2014, she presented her choreographic work Picture Triangle in In-between. In 2016, she co-choreographed with Willy Tsao and Shirley Lok for the acclaimed Contemporary Dance For Families - Journey to the West.

  • De LI

    Li De was born and raised in Guangzhou, China. At the age of 12, he was selected to attend Guangdong Dance School from where he graduated in 2007. Subsequently, he was invited to audition for The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and then offered a full scholarship to the Academy’s 4-year dance programme. Li obtained the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) in Dance in 2011 with first class honours. Since then, Li has danced in and created performances for many dance festivals, including Mindelcat Theatre Arts Festival, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Taipei Kuandu Arts Festival, International Chinese Festival in Singapore, internationale tanzmesse nrw 2016 and Seoul International Dance Festival.

    Li has also choreographed, performed and co- produced several dance and music videos that have toured Hong Kong, San Francisco, London, Amsterdam and at some film and arts festivals. His dance film Let's Say awarded Best Choreographer from Festival AUGENBLICK in Genoa, Italy. In 2018, Li joined Robert Wilson’s artist summer programme at The Watermill Center, New York, as a guest performer in CocoRosie and played Iago in Robert Wilson’s Otello at The Watermill Center’s open day.

  • Shirley LOK

    Born in Shanghai, Shirley Lok graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2009, majoring in ballet. During her studies, she was awarded several scholarships. She has performed widely in Hong Kong and toured with various professional dance companies including Hong Kong Ballet. In 2007, she joined CCDC’s youth dance ensemble “WuDaoQinNian”, when her interest in modern dance was sprouted. She choreographed Besieged in In-between in 2014, and Contemporary Dance For Families - Journey to the West (co-choreographed with Willy Tsao and Peggy Lam) in 2016 and Generation Beta in 2019 Dancers' Homework. She joined CCDC in 2010. 

  • Christy Poinsettia MA

    Born in Hong Kong, Christy Poinsettia Ma graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in contemporary dance. She joined Guangdong Modern Dance Company in 2018. She has worked with well-known choreographers and performed in a range of dance performances including Point One, Sumeru, Hemispheres and Spring Tide. During her study, she received varies scholarships and performed at dance festivals including ImPulsTanz, American Dance Festival, Beijing Dance Festival. Recent choreography includes Catch/Entropy/22 in the academy and In The Amorphous Beings (co-choreography) is premiered in Georgetown Festival 2017. Christy joined CCDC in 2019.

  • Jacko NG
    Born in Hong Kong, Jacko Ng is studying at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in contemporary dance. He has worked with renowned choreographers and he was awarded Gifted Youth Dance Programme Scholarship, WuDaoQingNian Scholarship, Wong Cho Lam Scholarship and Financial Assistance to Educational Exchange and Student Led Projects. Jacko joined CCDC as a dancer trainee in 2019.

  • Maggie SHEN
    Maggie Shen graduated from Chinese Traditional Dance Department of Guangdong Dance School, Dance Department of Beijing Normal University and Dance Research Institute of Taipei National University of the Arts. She has participated in international dance competitions and won prizes including Imaginary number which won the third prize of Seoul International Dance Competition, Dysphoria which entered the finals of The International Competition for Choreographers Hanover in Germany, Live in marginal which was selected for the Young Artists Platform of Dance and premiered in Beijing Tianqiao Performing Arts Center. Maggie joined CCDC in 2019.
  • Zelia TAN
    Born in Hunan, Zelia Tan was awarded full scholarship by The Hong Kong Jockey Club and studied modern dance at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.  She has worked with many outstanding choreographers. During 2015-2017, she  toured 9 countries, including Helsinki Festival in Finland and Centre National de la Danse in Paris.  Zelia joined CCDC as a dancer trainee in 2019.

  • Tian-yu ZHU
    Zhu Tian-yu graduated from Guangxi Arts University Dance College in 2012, majoring in modern dance. He continued studying postgraduate degree and graduated in 2015. During his study, he has participated in lots of dance competitions and performances including China Dance Lotus Award and ASEAN Arts Festival. He has worked with Good Dance Centre (Guangxi) and performed in numerous dance showcases including in Korean Busan International Dance Festival and Beijing Dance Festival. Tianyu joined CCDC in 2019.
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