When Lion Meets Dance Workshop

Daniel Yeung

Contemporary dancers and traditional lion dance practitioners join hands to deconstruct lion dance moves by contemporary choreography, alongside explanations by professional lion dance practitioners. Students experience anew the spirit of the lost Chinese Lion Theatre and understand the language of dance through practice, as they reconnect with the Chinese culture deeply rooted in us all.

Schedule & Venue

2019.10.01 - 2019.12.31

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Target: Secondary 3 or above, with an interest in dance or lion dance
Duration: Approximately 45 minutes
Set-up Time: Approximately 1 hour
Suggested Venue: School Hall / covered playground / indoor space
Minimum space required: 10m (L) x 8m (W) x 3.5m (H)
Equipment Required: Sound system
No. of Participants: 20
Notes: The workshop involves considerable physical Activities Participants are advised to wear comfortable clothing and shoes suitable for sports activities

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