Dance Tutors

  • BU Bai-li

    Bu was admitted to the Dance School of the Central University for Nationalities in 1978 with a major in dancing. She started her performing career after graduation. She came to Hong Kong in 1985 and began teaching ethnic dance, dance creation and performing since then. Bu has won choreography prizes in many dance competitions, including the Inter-School Dancing Competition in 1998. In the same year, she also attained the teacher recommendation for the Chinese Dance Graded Examinations (Grade 1-12).

  • HO, Queenie

    Ho obtained the certificate in Advanced Levels and the Certificate in Ballet Teaching from the Royal Academy of Dance and is now a registered ballet teacher at the Royal Academy of Dance. She is now a full-time dance teacher and is involved in dance performance and examinations in different schools and organizations.

  • NG, Teresa

    Ng began learning Chinese Dance at a young age and has developed a strong interest in it since then. She attained Grade 12 in the Chinese Dance Graded Examinations. By now, she holds the teacher recommendation for the Chinese Dance Graded Examinations Grade 1-12. She took part in different kinds of performance held by various organizations, and played the leading roles in dance performances and dance dramas, in which she included the dance choreographed by herself. Ng has also been to Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen to participate in exchange programmes with local and overseas dance organizations.

  • LI Shun-ching

    Li started learning dancing at the age of 2. She joined the Little Red Flower Artistic Group in Wuxi City, Jiangsu Province at 9 and the Wuxi City Labour Union Artistic Group at 17. She has participated in various dancing competitions at the district, city and province levels and has won numerous awards. She attained the highest honour and the first-class award in the 15th and 16th National Urban Dancing Competitions. Li is now a member of the Jiangsu Province Dancers Association and the Hong Kong Dance Federation. She has also acquired the teacher recommendation qualification for the Chinese Dance Graded Examinations. She began teaching at HKCC in 1992.

  • SIN, Sara

    Sin began her journey on Chinese Dance at a very young age. She keeps on studying dance and has participated in various performances, competitions and overseas exchanges all these years, including Dance Drama Under the Lion Rock, Hong Kong Dance Expo, Hong Kong Dance Festival, the Prize-Winners’ Performance of Hong Kong Dance Yearbook; Sin also received prizes from “Bauhinia Cup” and “Hong Kong Open Dance Contest”. She acquired the teacher recommendation qualification for the Chinese Dance Graded Examinations and Ancient Chinese Court Dances from Tang and Han dynasties for Children Graded Examinations. She has started to teach at HKCC since 2007.

  • SIU, Karen

    Siu graduated from the School of Dance of HKAPA with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree (majoring in Chinese Dance). She attained the Chinese Dance Graded Examinations Teacher Certificate from Beijing Dance Academy and the Teaching Diploma from the Royal Dance Academy. During her study, Siu won various scholarships and went to Beijing and Mongolia for dance performances and exchange. She participated in the performance of Qingming Riverside presented by the Hong Kong Dance Company and joined their tour to various cities in the mainland. She participated in the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympic Games.

  • LEUNG, Eve

    Leung is a founding member of R&T (Rhythm & Tempo) Tap Company. R&T aims to promote local art performance by producing tap dances of various styles and by hosting the very first Hong Kong Tap Festival. Their production Under the Hood got nominated for Hong Kong Dance Awards. Leung graduated from HKAPA majoring in Musical Theatre Dance. She has choreographed numerous dance numbers for dance and theatre companies and schools. She has been choreographing for the HKAPA (EXCEL) Summer Musical School for the past few years and choreographed High School Musical I and II, Footloose and Beauty and the Beast.

  • CHONG, Carmen

    Chong graduated from the School of Dance of HKAPA with a Professional Diploma in Performing Arts (majoring in Chinese Dance). During her study, she participated in many productions including Ambuscade, Life?, Bundle and The Rite of Spring and she was a representative of her school in a performance at an art festival in Prague. Chong attained the Chinese Dance Graded Examinations Teacher Certificate from the Beijing Dance Academy. She is currently a dance teacher and a freelance dancer.

  • CHAN Ho-ting

    Chan graduated from HKAPA with a Professional Certificate, majoring in Chinese Dance. During her study, she represented her school in numerous overseas performances, including those in Macau, Singapore and Sichuan. She received the Carl Wolz Scholarship and Jackie Chan Charitable Foundation Scholarships. In 2004, she was awarded the Hong Kong Bank Foundation Hong Kong - Mainland Exchange Scholarship to Sichuan again and won the 1st runner-up of Performance in “7th Tao Li Bei National Dance Competition”. She is a dance tutor at The Hong Kong Dance Company, certain primary and secondary schools. Chan also attained the Beijing Dance Academy teacher recommendation for the Chinese Dance Graded Examinations (Grades 1-13).

  • MAK, Donna

    Mak has been practicing and found passion in Chinese Dance since a young age. Apart from Chinese Dance, she has also sought training in Contemporary, Ethnic and Folk Dance. Mak has built a strong foundation in Chinese Dance and has been awarded the Beijing Dance Academy teacher recommendation for the Chinese Dance Graded Examinations (Grades 1-7). Mak has been teaching different dance classes at a number of institutions and has led her students to achieve outstanding results in different dance competitions. She has also participated in many dance competitions and performances giving her ample stage experience. Mak graduated with a bachelor's degree in Psychology in 2016, and she continues to study and practice Chinese Dance. Mak is currently focused on the training of early childhood education.

  • CHANG, Tiffany

    Chang started practising Chinese dance since 4 years old and developed a great interest in Chinese dance. She participated in dancing competitions, exchange programs and performances, such as Bauhinia Cup, and attained Grade 1-12 in the Chinese Dance graded examinations. In order to raise the dancing techniques, she is still learning. By now, she attained teacher recommendation for the Chinese Dance graded Examinations of Grade 1-10. She started teaching at HKCC in 2014.

  • RONG Hong-yan

    Graduated from School of Dance, Xinjiang Arts University, Rong worked in a professional song and dance troupe since then. During 2000 to 2005, she was employed as a freelance dancer and choreographer in a Beijing Dance Studio. Besides, she participated in numbers of grand variety shows in China, such as the Same Song, Xing Guang Da Dao and CCTV Spring Festival Gala Evening. In 2005, she was the Chief Choreographer of a TV program broadcasted by CCTV 3. Rong attained teacher recommendation for the Chinese Dance issued by Beijing Dance Academy.

  • TSE, Penny

    Tse graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts majoring in Musical Theatre Dance and is a freelance performer and dance instructor now. In 2018, she obtained the ATOD Associate Teacher qualification. She was invited by the Le Bulletin du Festival to perform A Life Journey Through Musicals with Hong Kong Musical Theatre Federation in Tunisia, North Africa. Tse also studied musical dance and jazz dance at New York and further her study at the 2nd Taiwan International Dance Festival under the scholarships from Theatre Space and HKAPA Musical Theatre Faculty Scholarship. She also represented the Academy to perform in Berlin, Germany and obtained the ISTD Advanced Tap Certificate in the same year.

  • CHUNG Kit-sum

    Chung obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, major in Chinese Dance. She has the qualification of the Beijing Dance Academy Graded Examination on Teacher Course and C.S.T.D. Certificate of Modern Jazz. In 2006, she represented the HKAPA to the 3rd Minorities Art Festival of China. In 2008, she participated in tour performances in China with Hong Kong Dance Company. In 2013, Chung was a member of “Le P en V” and won the first prize in the competition in Czech Republic. She was a Teaching Artist of “Leap!” which was organized by the Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation and the Cloud Gate Dance School of Taiwan. Now, she is a full-time dance teacher, to share the happiness for everyone through movement.

  • Teaching Assistant

  • LAM, Edith

    Lam’s passion to dancing has developed since she was five. She has kept on trying and experiencing a wide variety of dancing styles and cultures, like Xin Jiang, Cho Sun, the Dai nationality, Uighur etc. While her willingness of learning still on, Lam has been credited Distinction for the Chinese Dance Graded Examination Grade 1 to 12. Recently she has perfectly taken the professional teacher exam for Grade 1 to 9. She also joined numbers of massive dancing performances and competitions, such as the Hong Kong Bauhinia Cup Strings Competition. Lam will strive for the best and continue exploring the beauty in dancing.

  • CHAN, Karina

    Chan started learning Chinese Dance, Ballet and Western Folk Dance while she was in secondary school and participated in various dance performances. She attained the Chinese Dance Graded Examinations (Grade 1 to Grade 8) Teacher Certificate from Beijing Dance Academy. Chan joined HKCC in 2007. She has great passion in Chinese Dance and has never ceased to further her skills in the field.

  • WONG, Joyce

    Wong began learning Chinese dancing since the age of 4. She has a great interest in dancing and started learning street dancing during secondary school. Until now, she has learned various dance types. In the past 15 years, Wong has participated in different dance performances and competitions, such as the Hong Kong Open Dance Contest, and has led the school dance team in attaining great results in the Hong Kong Schools Dance Festival. Wong has attained Grade 1 to 6 Beijing Dance Academy Chinese Dance Grading Examination Certificate for Instructors.

  • LO, Janice

    Lo started practicing Ballet since the age of 3 and developed a keen interest in it. She attained excellent results in different grades of the Classical Ballet Examination of Royal Academy of Dance. She participated in the dance competition of the 3rd Hong Kong Youth Arts Festival and the trio and ensemble sections of 2009 Kangaroo Cup Dance Competition. She also joined the performance of Coppelia and Swan Lake and worked backstage for Snow White. Lo joined HKCC in 2012 and taken the professional teacher exam for Chinese Dance Graded Examinations Grade 1 to 3.

  • LAI, Christa

    Lai learnt Chinese Dance, Street Dance (Hip Hop & Jazz Funk) and Jazz Dance while she was at school. She won the second prize (Jazz Section) in the 2nd My Moving Spirit Competition and completed Studiodanz Pre-Professional Workshop in 2011 with distinction. To further polish her dancing skills, she started learning Modern Dance since then. She has also participated in various kinds of performances and tutored in different dancing schools.

  • LAI Ching-yin

    Lai has been learning Chinese Dance since the age of 5 and is devoted to it since then. She has also studied different styles of dance including Folk dance and Modern dance. She has attended Beijing Dance Academy Chinese Dance Graded Exams and attained teacher recommendation for the Chinese Dance graded Examinations of Grade 1-3. In addition, she also participated in various dance competitions and performances, which had broadened her vision meanwhile enhancing her dancing skills. Lai starts teaching as a teaching assistant in HKCC since 2016 as she hopes to introduce Chinese dance to the next generation.

  • Accompanist

  • KAM, Joan

    Kam started learning piano at an early age. She obtained ABRSM Grade 8 in Piano in 1993. She has won many awards in the Hong Kong Schools Music Festival including the second-runner ups in piano solo in 1991 and 1992. In 1995, she finished the foundation courses of the Music Department of HKBU. Kam has been working at HKCC for many years. She is an accompanist for the examinations of the Royal Academy of Dance every year.

  • LAU, Chi-bunt

    Lau is a musician who started working in HKCC in 2010 as the piano accompanist for ballet classes.