Point One

28th Sep. in Beijing Dance Festival

Dance in the initial state of body and mind.

Time doesn't speak, neither do you and I. Without words, the bodies interact with each other in motion. When there are movements, there are energy consumed, which leaves an invisible trace. Unknowingly, return to the beginning of life, and explore the process of expressing using body movements instead of verbal languages. Forget about the form, and comprehend the initiative inside with sincerity and simplicity. Li Pianpian and Tan Yuanbo, two of the promising choreographers in China, jointly present their brand‐new work Point One, after the success of previous work Point Zero. Point One is an abstract, non ‐narrative dance that tends to explore the true spirit of human nature and the initial state of physical movement. The piece was invited to perform in the international dance festivals in Australia and Malaysia after premiere.

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The Srping Tide

September in Guangdong Cantonese Opera Arts Center

The Spring Tide, based on realistic topic, presents the people who strive at the forefront of the times.  Riding at the wave of the times, they are filled with hope and courage. They left their hometown to pursuit the eagerly anticipating future despite difficulties and hesitation.

After years and years of endeavour, new cities rise, and new connections are made.  People set out for new journey once again with great passion while feeling nostalgic.

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Mass Solitude

22 Nov. in Guangdong Dance Festival

Guangdong Modern Dance Company X Footnote New Zealand Dance
2018 new works across national boundaries

November will be in Guangdong Dance Festival.
First full rendering of all works "Orgin"
Coming soon