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Review-Almost 55- City Contemporary Dance Company4-2-19

City Contemporary Dance Company is celebrating not only its 40th anniversary but also its first-ever solo performance, Almost 55. It tells the story of the long-serving dancer of CDCC, Qiao Yang as she reaches the age of 55

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Review- 2019 Dancers Homework- City Contemporary Dance Company21-1-19

2019 Dancers’ Homework showcased four new pieces from four emerging CCDC artists, Shirley Lok, Ivan Chan, Lee Ka-ki and Terry Tsang.

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Review- Come Across- City Contemporary Dance Company10-12-18

‘Come Across’ showed us two performances by two different choreographers with the dancers of City Contemporary Dance Company. The performances were polar opposites in the world of contemporary dance and showed the diversity and possibilities there are in contemporary.

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Review - Why Not Kill Us All? - CCDC1-6-17

The concept of this piece is, as stated by Bruce Wong himself: "Fear and violence are inseparable. Violence does not solve anything but it is a release of fear...."

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May Giveaways- Why Not Kill Us All.... CCDC23-5-17

Enter ours giveaway competition and win two tickets for CCDC,s latest production, Why Not Kill Us All....

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May Giveaways- Why Not Kill Us All.... CCDC23-5-17

Enter ours giveaway competition and win two tickets for CCDC,s latest production, Why Not Kill Us All....

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Review- Post-Perception/Transcendence- CCDC6-4-17

CCDC has brought us another outing in Post-Perception/Transcendence with choreography from Sang Jijia and dramaturgy from Tang Shu-wing. This ensemble is focusing upon the concept of 'Consciousness' and how to be 'conscious', which in their interpretation is the body and essence itself being aware, not necessarily the mind.

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Preview- Post-Perception/Transcendence- CCDC27-3-17

City Contemporary Dance Company (CCDC) is proud to present its latest work: Post-Perception/Transcendence, which will be staged from 31 March to 1 April 2017 at Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre. Post-Perception/Transcendence travels down the path of life, from the mundane to the monumental, facing life, death, and fate.

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Introducing Post-Perception/Transcendence- CCDC23-3-17

We checked out CCDC's event POP UP on March 17 on a glorious, sunny day. We've had the chance to chat with artistic director Willy Tsao and watch the wonderful dancers in action.

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Preview- Journey to the West- CCDC5-8-16

Who doesn't love the story of Monkey and his journey?

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