• Joyce WONG

    Teaching Assistant

    Wong began learning Chinese Dance at the age of 4. She has a great interest in dancing and started learning street dance 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 achieving outstanding results in the Hong Kong Schools Dance Festival. Wong has also attained the Beijing Dance Academy Teacher's Certificate for Grade 1 to 7.

  • Janice LO

    Teaching Assistant

    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.

  • LAI Ching-yin

    Teaching Assistant

    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 the Beijing Dance Academy Teacher's Certificate for 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.

  • Joan KAM


    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-bun


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

(Names are listed in Chinese surname stroke count order)