Born in Hong Kong, Hui graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (Modern Dance and Choreography). Pursued further studies at Folkwang Universität der Künst with a scholarship from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund
Performed extensively in Germany, France, Italy, Malaysia, China and Taiwan. Appeared in works including Dance, for No Reason (2016), CroXXing (2015), Here It Goes Again (2014, 2015), The Last Zoo (2012) presented by the Hong Kong Arts Festival, and Positioning (2010)
Received the 2011 Hong Kong Dance Award for Outstanding Achievement in Environmental Dance for Positioning, and Here It Goes Again was shortlisted for Outstanding Achievement in Independent Production in Hong Kong Dance Awards 2015
Hui is the Artistic Director of Siu Lung Fung Dance Theater. In recent years, he was the organiser of the Asian Young Choreographers Exchange Project, an exchange project that links up choreographers and dancers from across Asia
Here It Goes Again
Here It Goes Again is a dance theatre performance that illuminates how one person’s fate could be changed by a bystander’s decision on the spur of the moment. This work employs strong visuals in depicting moral dilemmas, reminding the audiences not to turn a blind eye to injustice but to take action; however small their act may be, it can make a difference.
In the work, six performers act as the abuser, the victim and the bystanders; the work is divided into two parts of similar choreography with different arrangements. By allowing the audience to witness as bystanders of an incident, the second part turns back the clock but arrives at an alternative decision. The different results are juxtaposed to let the audience reflect upon the need to seize the opportunities to rewrite stories in life, for the betterment of themselves and others.