Graduated from the Beijing Dance Academy
Currently Principal Dancer of Hong Kong Dance Company, in which he performed as principal dancer (Dream Dances, Mulan, Princess Changping, Everlasting Love, Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove and Spring Ritual‧Eulogy), choreographed programmes within Min Jian Chuan Qi, and also served as Assistant Choreographer in two major performances
Performed in A Soldier’s Story by Hong Kong Sinfonietta, Thunderstorm in New Vision Arts Festival 2014. Choreographed for Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra programme
Three-time winner of the Hong Kong Dance Awards for Ensemble Choreography in Min Jian Chuan Qi (2006), for performance in Dream Dances (2007), and for Outstanding Performance by a Male Dancer in Everlasting Love (2010); Awarded scholarship from the Asian Cultural Council Fellowship to participate in the American Dance Festival taking part in the International Choreographers Residency (2010); Received Award for Young Artist (Dance), Hong Kong Arts Development Awards (2010)
A faded relationship is not unlike a puzzle with pieces looking for contexts and points of references with each other. Once silence, standstill and hesitation pervade, the game of putting pieces together may be over.
Commissioned by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Contemporary Dance Series for Hong Kong Arts Festival 2014, Puzzle explores the difficulties of communication between man and woman. The piece consists initially of solos and a final section when the two dance together with complexity. Appealing with emotional resonance and depth, the relationship between the protagonists is intriguing and the brief moments of tenderness when they communicate are touching.