City Contemporary Dance Company “WuDaoQingNian 2013” Podium Dance Performance

After professional training and intensive rehearsals, a group of young dancers from different districts go beyond the theatre to perform in wide open spaces for the public. Revealing various visions of today’s modern dance, the programme hopes to introduce the charm of dance to the community and reflect the artistic concept of “From the mass, for the mass.”

“WuDaoQingNian” is a modern dance training program dedicated to local young people. In the past few years, the programme successfully nurtured a group of enthusiastic young dancers. Many of them are still active in the art and cultural industry and have become the backbone among the young generation.

Over the previous years, “WuDaoQingNian” Podium Dance Performance has been presented in the Hong Kong Cultural Center Piazza, the Peak Galleria, Wong Tai Sin Temple Square, Stanley Plaza and Langham Place. Participants were also invited to perform in Guangzhou, Taiwan and Bangkok for cultural exchange. “WuDaoQingNian” received the Hong Kong Dance Award in 2010.

Open rehearsal & Performance

Programme Date Time Venue
Open rehearsal 14 December 2013 (Sat) 4 pm Open Piazza, Grand Millennium Plaza, Sheung Wan
(181–183 Queen's Road Central, Sheung Wan)
Performance 15 December 2013 (Sun) 11:30 am
3 pm
Open rehearsal 21 December 2013 (Sat) 4 pm Wong Tai Sin Temple Square
(Lung Cheung Road, Wong Tai Sin)
Performance 22 December 2013 (Sun) 11:30 am
3 pm
Open rehearsal 28 December 2013 (Sat) 4 pm Yau Ma Tei Community Rest Garden^
(60 Public Square Street, Yau Ma Tei)
Performance 29 December 2013 (Sun) 11:30 am
3 pm

Free admission, no tickets required. Programme length is approximately 1 hour.

^ Supported by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department




2328 9205 (CCDC)



Presented by City Contemporary Dance Company
Supported by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Supported by Urban Renewal Authority

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