• CHAN Chi-chung

    Chan graduated from Hong Kong Polytechnic University with a Bachelor's Degree in Art and Design in Education. He is a multi-discipline designer who focuses on graphic, installation and interior decor and collaborates with different NGOs and schools to organize different art, handcraft and drama workshops. He is also a maker who believes in and promotes local maker culture.

  • Agnes CHAN

    Chan graduated from HKAPA with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons) Degree in Dance majoring in Ballet Education. She obtained the Ballet Teaching Certificate from the Royal Academy of Dance with honours and is now a registered ballet teacher at the Royal Academy of Dance. During her study, she participated in various performances and has joined tours to South Africa and Guangzhou. Chan has been awarded scholarships including Jackie Chan Scholarship and Ballet Lecturer Scholarship. She has worked at the Education and Outreach Department of the Hong Kong Ballet and has taught at HKAPA. She joined HKCC in 1999 and is currently the Assistant Dance Supervisor (Ballet) of HKCC.

  • Janice LO

    Lo started practising Ballet at 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 Kangaroo Cup Dance Competition 2009. She also joined the performance of Coppelia and Swan Lake and worked backstage for Snow White. Lo joined HKCC in 2012 and has attained the Beijing Dance Academy Teacher's Certificate for Grade 1 to 9

  • Alison YAU

    Yau obtained a Bachelor's (Hons) Degree in Fine Arts from CUHK. She works as a visual arts educator and teaches courses in Chinese and Western media. As an independent artist, her artworks have been featured in Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibition and have been shown in Fringe Club, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, Hong Kong Central Library and Artist Commune.

  • Patience FUNG

    Fung graduated from HKU and obtained her Master's Degree in Arts and Cultural Management at the University of South Australia. She passed all graded piano examinations with distinction and has obtained the Licentiate Performer Pianoforte (LTCL). Fung has been a singer and/or pianist for many local choirs and is the Founder of a cappella group "A# Singers" and the Opera Hong Kong Children Chorus. She was the Senior Manager of HKCC and General Manager of Opera Hong Kong. She is currently Chairperson of the HKCC Alumni Chapter and is devoting herself to arts/events management as well as music performance and teaching.

  • Libby FUNG

    Fung graduated with a degree in Art and Design in Education (Hons) from The HKPU and was awarded the annual graduation project scholarship. Fung received PGDE (primary) from EdUHK, majoring in Visual Arts, with minors in Chinese and General Studies. She also received a diploma in student counselling from CUHK. In addition to her years of experience in design and art education, she has travelled to the UK, France, and the US to appreciate various art. Fung focuses on inspiring children's interest in art and helping children to explore, developing their critical thinking skills and creativity. She aspires children to not only enjoy the process of expressing and communicating with visual elements through artwork but also cultivate strong morals and values.

  • 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 attained the Beijing Dance Academy Teacher's Certificate and C.S.T.D. Certificate of Modern Jazz. In 2006, she represented the HKAPA at 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 the 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 happiness with everyone through movement.

  • Thoman TAM

    Tam graduated from the Music Department of HKU. He studied composing with Mr Doming Lam and piano performance with Professor Gabriel Kwok. He obtained the Performance Certificate from Trinity College London, ATCL, LTCL and LMusTCL. He also attained the Advanced Certificate, CT ABRSM and LRSM from ABRSM. In 1996 and 2000, he attended a certificate course organized by International Workshops in Graz, Austria. Tam is currently a member of Hong Kong Music Tutors Union and Hong Kong Piano Teachers' Circle.

(Names are listed in Chinese surname stroke count order)