TV artist for Asia Television Company (1990-1992) before studying modern dance at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Wong joined City Contemporary Dance Company after graduation in 1996, and is a founding member of the Zero Zero Ensemble
Received Hong Kong Dance Awards (Outstanding Performance by a Male Dancer) twice for Plaza X (2001) and The Comedy of K (2013). As choreographer, his works were featured in the 1st, 6th and 9th Guangdong Modern Dance Festival. He also choreographed for Zero Zero Ensemble, BiLiBaLa Physical Theatre and E-Side Modern Dance Company
Choreographies included E.Y.T. (2007), Blind Chance (2012), Second Thoughts (2014), Little Pieces (2016), Xtremely Four Seasons (2008), What’s Next? (2009), with the latter two hailed by South China Morning Post as one of the “Best Dances” of their respective years
Memory is often incomplete, not unlike a puzzle pieced together by every experience and treasured relationship we have. Throughout our lives, we search for missing pieces – in ourselves, in those we love, in nowhere.
Hailed by South China Morning Post as “one of Hong Kong’s most promising choreographers”, Dominic Wong guides 15 City Contemporary Dance Company dancers into faded fragments of our memories in Little Pieces, an emotional full-length production that ponders on the bonds and links within human connections. Through 11 episodes of love and struggle in relationships, the performance led the audience in revisiting the people that one encountered and missed, and in tasting the multiple flavours of life.