Kin Tsang

Hong Kong SAR China
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Kin Tsang

Kin TSANG, Hong Kong, founder of Contact Art, is an experienced artistic producer and teacher of modern dance and contact improvisation, and has been living in Beijing since 2016. More recently, Kin has been invited to teach for Ullens Centre for Contemporary Art (UCCA), Beijing Minsheng Art Museum, Hou Ying Dance Theatre, Beijing Hope International School, Beijing Contact Improvisation, and Ober Dance School. He has taught Contact Improvisation and dance for kids/parents in Shanghai, Hangzhou, Chengdu, Xian, Wuhan, Yinchuan, etc. In 2017, he was a guest artist for the first Touch Contact Improvisation Festival in China.

Kin graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) in 1997 and was chairman of their student union for several years. Shortly after, he joined the Hong Kong Ballet, and from 1998 to 2001 facilitated several multi-media dance education programs. He joined the Hong Kong City Contemporary Dance Company in 1994, featuring prominently as a choreographer and performer. Kin founded BiLiBaLa Physical Theater in 1996, which was featured as the main performance group for the Hong Kong Sheung Wan Cultural Center in 1999-2000. 

In 1999, Kin founded DANCE HOME, and over the past 10 years, he has mentored over 10 young dancers to support their training in modern dance and eventually enroll in HKAPA. He produced over 10 large-scale dance performances, and has organized several commercial dance performances, promotional activities, dance troupe training, etc. Partners include Louis Vuitton, Gucci, The Swank, Hong Kong International Airport, etc. From 2000-2016, Kin assisted the Hong Kong Leisure and Cultural Services Department in producing and planning several dance performances to promote modern dance and contact improvisation. In 2002, Kin was invited by Professor Zhang Shouhe to Beijing Dance Academy to guest teach Contact Improvisation. 

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Force Fong, Aaron Wan