Han Fong Dance Ensemble is a non-profit dance organisation that mainly consists of non-full time dancers. The ensemble is made up of members from different age
groups and backgrounds, but all share a common passion towards Chinese dance. performances and thus devote precious after-work and study hours to rehearsals, which amounts up to 12 hours a week.
Since its inception in 2006, the ensemble has actively participated and garnered awards in both local and overseas Chinese dance festivals and competitions. The ensemble has staged three major productions thus far, "Dance Allure” (2009), “A Poetic Rhapsody” (2011) and “Flow” (2014).
Following the success of the 4th dance showcase in January this year, HFDE is kicking off a nationwide performance tour to bring the show to a bigger audience. 'Dance. In Retrospect' is a retrospective on local artist and artistic director Justin Wong Cheong Chee's works of the past three decades, as well as a celebration of HFDE's tenth anniversary. The showcase presents 16 acclaimed dance pieces that received local and international recognitions, of which 5 of the dances are presented in two medleys. The duration of the performance is approximately 2 hours.