Currently an independent artist, Wong was born in Macau and graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (First-Class Honours, Contemporary Dance) in 2013. She was awarded the Margaret Zee Outstanding Performer Award, Dean of Dance Prize and Faculty Scholarship of Contemporary Dance along with Macao scholarship
Invited to work and to perform Simon Says by Emmanuelle Vo-Dinh in France and Hong Kong (in collaboration with Unlock Dancing Plaza) in 2017. Wong also worked with Hiroaki Umeda (Japan) for his new creation Through at the 28th Macau Arts Festival
Invited to present duo work Pardon at the Hong Kong Arts Festival 2015 and Mapping at the Hong Kong Arts Festival 2016. Pardon was also selected as a finalist at the NDA 2nd Asian Solo & Duo Challenge for Masdanza (Seoul) as well as the 22nd Masdanza international Contemporary Dance Festival – Choreography contest (Spain). Wong was invited by the 27th Macau Arts Festival 2016 to present full-length duo work Shelf Life
“There is a choice to be made: to escape it or to face it. Is it me or the choice that remained stubborn?”
Having presented a stunning and impressive performance in Reaction at the 2014 Hong Kong Arts Festival (HKAF), Wong choreographs and performs in the new work Pardon which was featured in 2015 HKAF. In Pardon, she was hailed as a “powerhouse onstage” by Huffington Post. The dance piece opens at the end of a lovers’ quarrel, with Wong and her dance partner dancing to a moody and minimalist score by Rafael Anton Irisarri.