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WU Kam-ming

Graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) and attended the Beijing Dance Academy (Chinese Folk Dance)

Joining Hong Kong Dance Company (HKDC) in 1994, Wu soon took up lead roles in various HKDC productions and started to work as Assistant Choreographer. Apart from teaching night-time courses and being a tutor for the Children’s Youth Troupes at HKDC, he has been a guest tutor and choreographer at the HKAPA

One of the Top 10 Best Performers in the Folk Dance category in the Taoli Cup Dance Competition; Selected as one of the Outstanding Dance Artists for the Hong Kong Dance Hall of Fame (2003). Received Hong Kong Dance Award 2006 for ensemble choreography and creation of Min Jian Chuan Qi




The End of Innocence

“Dance till the world ends, to the darkness.”

This dance performance is inspired by Ang Lee’s movie Lust, Caution which was based on the novella of the same name by Chinese author Eileen Chang. It also features the haunting music from the movie, composed by Alexandre Desplat. The film score won the Best Original Film Score award in the 44th Golden Horse Awards.

The End of Innocence won the Gold Award for Performance at the Bauhinia Cup Hong Kong Dance Championships.