Wong graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (Contemporary Dance). She was awarded the Hong Kong Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund Scholarship to enroll in the Master programme jointly organised by the Hollins University and American Dance Festival in the US
Wong’s choreographic works has been presented in Hong Kong, Poland, Greece, China, and the US. Her recent works include Diffusion of the Silence (2015) and Heaven Behind the Door (2014), commissioned by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Contemporary Dance Series for the Hong Kong Arts Festival. Lifting Bones was featured in Poland Dance Festival 2015. Ensemble work, Fara, Performing at the Edge, was performed in Greece. Full-length works include Audible Growth, The Living Split, Planet Love, and the Positioning series
Currently a freelance artist and teaches at the HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity as well as the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Heaven Behind the Door
Created in 2014, Heaven Behind the Door was originally a 30-minute piece combining text and light projection to create a poetic world. The social unrest in Hong Kong in the past few years has ignited the thoughts: How much power does one person have? Some people are destined to change the world; they boldly walk the line in the forefront of things, affecting other lives with their own, leaving us to sing their praises. That raises the question: What about everyone else? What can a nobody like this dancer do to make the world a better place?
Wong believes that everyone is unique and it is just the society that educates us to think otherwise. If everyone can preserve their own sanctuary, their power can be tremendous! This sanctuary can be a belief, a place, a lifestyle, a principle to hold fast to, a one-and-only… A precious sanctuary that will never be breached no matter what. But people can be as weak as they can be strong. Where does the strength to stand your ground come from?