Photography: Hardy Cheung
Meet Our Team
Born in Hong Kong, she graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2010, majoring in Chinese dance and choreography. In 2016, she joined POD as a core member and started choreography. Chan's works are an in-depth exploration of human nature, looking for the connection between dance and life. Later, Chan graduated with a Master's degree in Expressive Arts Therapy from the University of Hong Kong. Currently a registered art therapist of the ANZACATA and Artistic Director of POD
Pewan Chow was among the first cohort of graduates from the School of Dance, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA). She was awarded a scholarship by the London Contemporary Dance School to pursue further study in choreography and performance in 1988. Upon her return to Hong Kong, she taught contemporary dance at the HKAPA from 1991 to 2007, during which she received a Master of Arts in Choreography from the Laban Centre, London in 2003. As an independent choreographer and performer,
HYF was the founder and artistic director of the former Theatre Fanatico (1996-2010). In 2011, he established Ho Bit Goon, a cultural hub for the arts. He has been a strong believer in using poetry, theatre, painting, dance, music and storytelling to construct particular art-in-actions for bettering cultural exploratory works, looking beyond the social and cultural phenomena in Hong Kong and other cities.
As an independent curator and researcher, Vivian Ting works with universities and art organizations to develop curatorial projects that encourage multiple narratives of local history articulated through creative means. In considering what arts means to the public, she developed research-based projects, such as "Art Critics in Oi!" (2019), "'Via North Point' Public Art Project: Participants Evaluation" (2020-2022), and "Here and There: Re-imagining Hong Kong Landscapes" (2022).
Cyrus Hui was born in Hong Kong. He graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and Folkwang Universität der Künste with a scholarship from The Hong Kong Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund. Cyrus now is the Artistic Director of Siu Lung Fung Dance Theater. In recent years, he put his efforts in organizing Asian Choreographers Exchange Project, an exchange project that links up choreographers, dancers and artists from different art forms in Asian cities.
Cherry Tsz Yan Leung graduated with Bachelor of Fine Arts (First Honours) degree from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA), majoring in contemporary dance and choreography in 2008. She received a full dance scholarship from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund to proceed her study in Master in Choreography in Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in United Kingdom and graduated in 2015. During her study in HKAPA, she was awarded several scholarships.
Born and raised in Hong Kong, Jo LEUNG Sau Yin is a multi-discipline dance artist who began her creative career with graphic design, costume design, videography, dance education and dance choreography in Hong Kong. Jo received her Diploma in Design (Visual Communication), and BFA (Hons) in Dance, from Lee Wai Lee Technical Institute in 1996 and The Hong Kong Academy For Performing Arts in 2004 respectively. In 2008, Jo was awarded a scholarship from The Hong Kong Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund
Born in Hong Kong, Sarah Lo started her dance training at the age of 4 with ballet and explored contemporary dance in later years. She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) degree from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA). In 2007, she received a scholarship to participate in the American Dance Festival. In the following year, she was chosen by the World Dance Alliance to represent Hong Kong in the Taipei International Dance Elite Academy “TAIPEIDEA”.
Cally Yip graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in Contemporary Dance in 2007. She joined Passoverdance as founding member since 2008, participating in performance, teaching, choreography and administrative work. She is a freelance artist now, keep exploring in arts and life.
I have been engaged in art education for nearly fifteen years, and have served as a visual arts instructor and expressive arts therapist. I focus on the healthy development of the body, mind, social connection and spirit. I wish to promote artistic life, so to enhance self-awareness, emotional expression, problem-solving ability, life growth and life satisfaction through the process of art making.
Priscila Chu is a composer and arts educator. She graduated from York University in Canada majored in Music. Later on, she received a teaching diploma and a Master's degree researched on Music for Autism at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She also earned a Ph.D. at Hong Kong Baptist University concentrated in music composition and researched on Collaborative (Integrated) Arts.
Anthony Ko is an artist, spatial designer and architect registered in the United Kingdom
Cally Yu, a Chinese writer and a part time lecturer. She produces poems, theatre text, short stories and art critics to address social issues and explore the theatricality between text and movement. The Trembling Ears was staged in 2013, and Ink Maze awarded as 2018 playwright by IATC (HK) critics award.She started the project Grey and Green Pong Pong in 2013 to advocate creative aging and strengthen the subjectivity of the elderly and recognize their sense of beauty and creativity.
Imelda Cheng, a freelance dancer, engaged in various stage performances, dance teaching and community arts projects. She is also a member of D.O.G.-Power (Dancers of God), a christian dance ministry team. Her current choreography including《Still》,《You Say》,《Fragment》 As a community arts facilitator, she integrates different art forms to share and connect with people. Past productions included《Dance with Hope》,《Time Flows Like Dancing》&《Giant Steps Jazz Rhythm》by West Kowloon Cultural District.
Born and raised in Hong Kong, Joycine graduated in the Hong Kong academy for performing arts, majored in contemporary dance and choreography. Over the years she has collaborated and performed with different artists in Hong Kong, such as Chloe Wong ‘Maybe Tomorrow’, Damian Lau Chung Yan, Ata Wong Chun Tat ‘Matteo Ricci The Musical’ (First and re-run), Asia Society ‘Extended Figure: The Art and Inspiration of Lalan’, Passoverdance ‘Maze 3.0’.
Born in Hong Kong, Ho graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts with a BFA (Hons) in Dance, majoring in contemporary dance. She was the recipient of the Contemporary Dance Faculty Scholarship 21/22, The Ohel Leah Synagogue Charity Undergraduate Scholarships 21/22 and was twice awarded WuDaoQingNian Scholarship by the City Contemporary Dance Company. She has collaborated with different local and overseas artists from Australia, Spain, UK, Hong Kong, to name a few.
He is a graduate in Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in contemporary dance. He later spent one semester as an exchange to The State University of New York-- Purchase College. He has worked and collaborated with different artists from local and overseas. Now focusing on the research in training and performing with improvisation, also a practitioner of Capoeira Angola.
Man graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and majored in Modern Dance. Man worked for various dance companies,Passoverdance, including Hong Kong Dance Company, Unlock Dancing Plaza, YSpace, E-side Dance Company, Hong Kong Federation of Drama Societies, Free Counyer-point etc. Currently, Man works as a freelance dancer.
King is professionally trained artist specialised in body movement and energy harmonisation. Graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, and later received his Master degree from London Contemporary Dance School, equipped him with thorough understanding in movements and expressions. His enthusiasm attracts teachers, masters to share Eastern wisdom and techniques with him. The training of QiGong and WingChun provides inspiration for King’s creations and movement training technique.
Tang Ho Kay was born in Hong Kong in 1993.At present, I am a freelance dancer and have participated in various types of dance works, incl. teaching, choreography and performance. I actively participate and devoted in diverse dance projects and my passion on dance is never less. My recent performances are Urban Playground, The Merry Widow Musical and Healing the City.
Liz Tsui is an experience creative Art Instructor adept at teaching Dance with extensive knowledge of Creative Movement. Worked at Tung Wah Group Of Hospitals (Leap!) teaching the LifePulse curriculum created by Taiwan’s Cloud Gate over 10 years and she also join the Jockey Club ‘ FreeFlow ‘ Body Movement project and Jockey Club Dance Well project at 2022
Wong Sze Ling graduated in APA Dance of School(Modern) in 2004.
Born in Chongqing, she graduated from the Beijing Dance Academy, majoring in Chinese Folk Dance.She joined the Hong Kong Dance Company in 2002, and the City Contemporary Dance Company in 2006. She now works as a freelancer.
KINGIE Yau holds a BFA in Drama (Acting) from the HKAPA, and a BSSc in Journalism and Communications from the CUHK. Since his graduation, KINGIE has participated in various community dance and arts education projects, with different companies including CCDC, Passoverdance, HKREP and Alppla. He is now a freelance performing artist and expressive arts facilitator, with an effort to incorporate various art forms into his workshops.
Local dancer, engaged in different training, experiment and creation. Cheung was the resident artist of Unlock Dancing Plaza during 2019-2021, devoted in ‘#danceless’ creation and brought workshops to the community. Cheung was the teaching artist and choreographer in programmes “18 d Art” & “Via North Point”. In 2022, Cheung was assistant director of “Project Poon-Choi” by “Jockey Club Yat Po ‘A-ge-capella’.
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