Graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Fine Arts, minor in Chinese Music). A self-taught dancer, Yeung was twice awarded scholarships to study choreography in the Netherlands and London, and was awarded the Rising Artist Award by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council in 2003
Works have been named Top Five Best Dance Works of the Year twice by South China Morning Post
Six-time awardee of the Hong Kong Dance Awards (2000, 2005, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014) by the Hong Kong Dance Alliance. Yeung received the Award for Best Artist (Dance), Hong Kong Arts Development Awards (2012) for his contributions to choreographing, performing, teaching, curating and criticism in promoting the development of Hong Kong dance culture
Two bodies revolve around a hanging aerial pole that responds to images and sound, extending into multiple layers of movement and philosophical statements inspired by Chinese Taoism.
The veteran dancer-choreographer Daniel Yeung collaborates with classically trained dancer Chen Jun, Principal Dancer of Hong Kong Dance Company, and new media artist Keith Lam in creating this multimedia Chinese dance. Between sound, light and dance, this innovative work is a contemporary Chinese dance experiment that transcends spatial and physical boundaries.