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Julianna Ho is currently a freelance teaching artist.
Julianna Ho‘s work of her life is to believe in art education, hoping to make human beings to be more human-like, while the mission of her life is to connect with people wholeheartedly through dancing and body movements, opening the window in every person.
Jessica Leung has been a full-time dancing tutor for over 13 years. She thinks that it is dancing that makes her realize for the first time what is meant by living in the present. Dance and music have transformed her life and inspired her to understand the meaning of life, as well as how to love everything about herself. Jessica believes that we can all make an impact on others’ lives. She is grateful that she can share her own experiences to encourage people to live freely in the present!
Janice Li is a part-time dancer. She thinks that people have forgotten how to love or face themselves under a hectic lifestyle. Through the simple and relaxing body movement classes, she hopes that everybody can all review and embrace their different emotions by observing their own bodies, hence enjoying every step of their lives.
Paula Wong is a choreographer, performer and teaching artist based in Hong Kong. Paula hopes to keep exploring the relationship between herself and her body through choreography, performances and education work, hence promoting dancing to the public.
Catherine Yau is a freelance dance practitioner. She is dedicated to dance education and writing. She organized dance-related educational events for numerous schools and organizations, sharing dancing knowledge and its happiness to friends with diverse backgrounds.
Yon Jiang has been a freelance dancer teaching body rhythm and Chinese dance in recent years.
Yon Jiang was a full-time body rhythm teacher for the “Leap!” programme of Tung Wah Group of Hospitals during 2016 to 2021. She has been enthusiastic in teaching body rhythm and Chinese dance to the public.
Liz Tsui cooperated with numerous schools and organizations. From 2010 to 2022, she served as a tutor for the “Leap!” programme co-organised by Tung Wah Group of Hospitals and Taiwan’s Cloud Gate Dance School. She has been dedicated to promoting dancing and body movement culture to the public.
Yen Tan-feng is currently a freelance dancer and taught dance classes at primary and secondary schools, dedicated to nurturing professional dancers among children and young people. She also performed with various dance companies and choreographers. In July 2011, she joined the “Leap!” programme of Tung Wah Group of Hospitals. She hopes to continue her body journey through dancing, and to share the happiness of body movement to people from different age groups and ethnicities!