• Carina YUNG

    Yung studied ballet from an early age and became a kindergarten teacher after obtaining a Bachelor's degree in Textiles from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She then furthered her studies in dance and became a registered teacher at the Royal Academy of Dance. In addition, she is also a certified teacher of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (Folk) and the Commonwealth Society of Teachers of Dancing (Ballet & Jazz). She has been teaching folk dance, jazz and ballet in various primary schools and dance studios, and participating in Schools Dance Festival.

  • Eve LEUNG

    Leung is a performer, teacher and choreographer who graduated from HKAPA in 1998 majoring in Musical Theatre Dance. She is also an Expressive Arts Therapist who graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a master's degree in Expressive Arts Therapy in 2019. Besides, Leung is a founder of R&T (Rhythm & Tempo) Tap Company which aims at promoting tap dance in Hong Kong by producing all kinds of tap dance performances. The company hosted the 1st to 10th Hong Kong Tap Festival and invited guest tappers from Australia, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Beijing and the USA since 2010.

  • CHAN Ho-ting

    Chan graduated from HKAPA with a Professional Certificate, majoring in Chinese Dance. During her studies, 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 and secondary schools. Chan also attained the Beijing Dance Academy Teacher's Certificate for Grades 1-13.

  • Annie WONG

    Graduated from HKAPA majoring in Musical Theatre Dance, Wong was the recipient of several scholarships during her studies. Since graduation, she has performed in many musicals, tap dance and stage performances. Musicals including La Cage aux Folles, Scrooge, Hello Dolly, Oliver, Annie. Original tap musicals including Brothers and Sisters Tap On Fire, Fay. Wong also worked with many artists in concerts such as Andy Lau, Justin Lo, Sam Hui, Alan Tam, Aaron Kwok, Fish Leong. She is currently a dance teacher, choreographer and freelance performer.

  • Luplup WONG

    Wong is studying at Hong Kong Baptist University and was the President of the Baptist University Dance Association from 2020-2021. She has studied ballet and Chinese dance since she was 3 years old, and started to learn street dance in university, with Locking as the main dance style. Since 2019, she has taught Chinese dance and street dance in dance centres and community centres and has also travelled to Beijing and Chongqing for dance exchange. In addition, she has participated in many major competitions and served as a dancer in different large-scale performances, including SWIRE Properties White Christmas Street Fair, Live Nation Electronic Asia Countdown in Nocturnland at Ocean Park and MIRROR.WE.ARE Live Concert.

  • Michelle WONG

    Wong began her Ballet and Chinese Dance training at the age of 3. She was awarded Distinction in all Royal Academy of Dance Graded (Grade 1 to Grade 8) and Vocational Graded (Intermediate Foundation to Advanced 2) Ballet exams. She has also obtained Outstanding results in the Beijing Dance Academy Chinese Dance Grading Examinations. In 2018 and 2019, Wong was accepted into the Gifted Young Dancer Programme of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. She has extensive performance experience, including International Chinese New Year Night Parade, Christmas performances in major shopping malls, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts open day Gifted Young Dancer Programme showing and dance school annual performances.

  • 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 Grades 1 to 10.

  • Jennifer RONG

    Graduated from School of Dance, Xinjiang Arts University, Rong worked in a professional song and dance troupe since then. From 2000 to 2005, she was employed as a freelance dancer and choreographer in a Beijing Dance Studio. Besides, she participated in a number 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 also attained the Beijing Dance Academy Teacher's Certificate.

(Names are listed in Chinese surname stroke count order)