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  • Ivan Chan
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    Born in Hong Kong, Ivan Chan graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2012 majoring in contemporary dance. During his study, he was awarded several scholarships and also toured overseas with the Academy. He has worked with a number of emerging choreographers, arts organisations and has performed in a range of dance performances. Recent choreography includes Inconnu in 2016 Dancers’ Homework, Aurora in 2017 Dancers’ Homework, Unequal in E-side's Imagination BoomNaked as I Came for Beijing Dance Festival and the full-length work Not Yet / To Forget was invited to perform at the CityU Arts Festival 2015 and Sibu International Dance Festival 2016. Chan joined CCDC in 2012 and returned in 2014.

  • Felix Ke
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    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.

  • Bobo Lai
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    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
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    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.

  • Ka-ki Lee
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    Born in Hong Kong, Lee Ka-ki received a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) Degree from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in contemporary dance. In 2009, he was awarded a scholarship to participate in the American Dance Festival. He has performed in various local and overseas dance productions, including The Last Zoo for Hong Kong Arts Festival Contemporary Dance Series, Converging Beams for E-Side Dance Company, Chopin VS Ca for Unlock Dancing Plaza, Desperately Seeking Miss Blossom for Hong Kong Dance Company. Lee’s choreography includes “DAN”s Room in 2016 Dancers’ Homework, To Gather in 2017 Dancers’ Homework, moEo co-presented by CCDC Dance Centre and Hong Kong Dance Alliance; 40’300” Part 1 and 2 with Cherry Leung as part of the Danceart White Box Series for the Hong Kong Arts Development Council; P BOARD Q for E-side Dance Company; environmental dance Space Within. Lee joined CCDC in 2012.

  • Shirley Lok
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    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 The Hong Kong Ballet. In 2007, she joined CCDC’s youth dance ensemble “WuDaoQinNian”, when her interest in modern dance was sprouted. She joined CCDC in 2010. She choreographed Besieged for In-between in 2014, and Contemporary Dance For Families - Journey to the West (co-choreographed with Willy Tsao and Peggy Lam) in 2016.

  • Natalie Mak
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    Natalie Mak graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2012 majoring in Chinese dance. During her study, she received several scholarships and also toured overseas with the Academy. She has worked with a number of emerging choreographers and arts organisations such as Hong Kong Dance Company and Unlock Dancing Plaza, performing in a range of dance productions prior to joining CCDC in 2014. She presented her choreography Wandering Stone in 2016 Dancers’ Homework.

  • Noel Pong
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    Noel Pong graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts with First Class Honours in modern dance and joined CCDC in 1997. Rainy Days and Mondays..., her choreographic work for CCDC, was restaged for the 3rd Guangdong Modern Dance Festival and Dance Trinity in the Hong Kong Dance Festival 2006. She was commissioned by Jumping Frames International Dance Video Festival to produce a dance video based on Rainy Days and Mondays... in 2008. She is the co-founder of Zero Zero Ensemble. Her choreographic works for CCDC include A Walk on the Cloud (2006), He Loves and She Loves (2007), Crime Scene (2009), Fairy Tales – To Be Continued (2010), Off Screen (2011) and Inside Out in Strip Teaser 2012Crime Scene was invited to be restaged for the 6th Guangdong Modern Dance Festival and was selected by South China Morning Post as one of the "Best Dances" in 2009. Off Screen received the 2012 Hong Kong Dance Award for “Outstanding Choreography” and was invited to the 8th Guangdong Modern Dance Festival. She was also a mentor of Plastic Surgery (2014), one of the productions of CCDC Dance Centre’s REAL Showcase New Series.

  • Yang Qiao
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    Born in Shanxi, Qiao Yang started learning Chinese dance at the age of 12. She received the Gold Award in the Modern Dance Duet Class at the Paris International Dance Competition in 1990 and became a founding member of Guangdong Modern Dance Company in 1992, where she performed extensively in major international arts festivals in the U.S., India, France, Hong Kong, Singapore, etc. She joined CCDC in 1996. She received the Hong Kong Dance Awards and was listed in the "Hong Kong Dance Hall of Fame" in 2003. Qiao received 2011 Hong Kong Dance Award “Outstanding Performance by a Female Dancer” for her performance in Tales of Two Cities
  • Malvina Tam
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    Born in Hong Kong, Malvina Tam started ballet training at an early age and entered The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2005 majoring in contemporary dance and choreography. She was awarded a full scholarship from the Hong Kong Jockey Club for outstanding local students and toured overseas with the Academy. In 2009, Tam moved to London to pursue her performing career, where she worked with Clod Ensemble, Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company, Bawren Tavaziva, Rhiannon Faith:dancingtheatre, Tempered Body Dance Theatre and London College of Fashion with Anton Mirto. She also made her debut commerical appearance with Love Amongst Ruins for two of their music videos. Tam moved back to Hong Kong in 2011 and joined CCDC in 2013.
  • Terry Tsang
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    Terry Tsang studied contemporary dance at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and joined CCDC in 2013. During his study, Tsang was invited to perform in various productions and embarked on his journey in choreography. With scholarships awarded by CCDC Dance Centre, Terry presented his choreographic works Exotic Territory and SoundGravity at the Beijing Dance Festival in 2012 and 2013 respectively; Exotic Territory was then restaged at the 9th Guangdong Dance Festival in 2012 and E-side Dance Company’s Imagination Boom in 2014. His recent works include HideFlee in 2016 Dancers’ Homework which was well-acclaimed. He was invited to perform his solo creation Sole at the 18th Hong Kong Dance Awards Presentation & Gala Performance. In early 2017, his new work Trinity premiered at The Hong Kong Jockey Club Contemporary Dance Series – Dance Off presented by Hong Kong Arts Festival.

  • Tseky Tse
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    Tseky Tse was a dancer of CCDC’s youth dance ensemble “WuDaoQingNian”. Graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts with a major in contemporary dance, he has performed in both ballet and contemporary dance productions. He received a scholarship from CCDC to participate in the Beijing Dance Festival in 2012. He also has won several dance competitions including the Silver Award in 2012 Hong Kong Open Solo Dance Competition and the Silver Award for his solo performance in Fragment and the Gold Award and the Best Performance Award for his choreography Get Lost in the 41st Open Dance Contest in 2013. He was a resident artist with Beyond Dance Theatre prior to joining CCDC in 2014. He presented his choreographic work Scar Wound in 2016 Dancers’ Homework.

  • Bruce Wong
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    Born in Hong Kong, Bruce Wong entered The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 1995, where he was awarded several scholarships and chosen to represent the Academy on overseas tours during his study. In 1998, he was awarded an Asian Cultural Council fellowship to participate in the American Dance Festival in the U.S. Wong joined CCDC as a dancer upon graduating in modern dance from the Academy in 2000. In 2009 he left CCDC to further his studies and received a Jockey Club Scholarship to attend Hollins University in the U.S. for a Master’s degree. Most recently, he was selected as one of the few finalists in dance worldwide for the prestigious Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative. He returned to the CCDC in 2012. His recent choreography includes The Legend and The Hero (with Willy Tsao and Dominic Wong), Dress Me Down in Strip Teaser 2012, Re/dis-connect in It’s My Turn, How to Become … in Eureka and Why not kill us all. Wong is also passionate in martial arts, and was the section champion at the 2nd Hong Kong Open Wushu Championship in 2006.

  • Yve Yu
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    Born in Hunan, Yve Yu entered the Secondary School of Beijing Dance Academy to study classical ballet at the age of 8 and began training at Beijing Dance Academy for Contemporary Dance in 2013. Yu was invited to perform at arts festivals with internationally renowned dance companies, including Martha Graham Dance Company and Merce Cunningham Dance Company. He was chosen to represent the class to participate in several dance competitions at home and abroad including KIMDC and Five Provinces in North China Dance Competition, from which he also won prizes. He joined CCDC in 2017.
 
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