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PUBLISHED : Friday, 18 March, 2005, 12:00am
UPDATED : Friday, 18 March, 2005, 12:00am

1985: Started learning kung fu and lion dance from his father and grandfather


1998: Completed Lion Dance Instructor Training Course


2000: Graduated from Chan Shu Kui Memorial School and began teaching lion dance in primary and secondary schools


2003: Won first prize at the International Dragon Dance and Lion Dance Race (Singapore)


2004: Won first prize at the Second World Lion King Championship first prize (Hawaii)


2005: Won first prize at the 3D-Gold World Hong Kong Luminous Dragon Dance and Lion Dance Championship (HK)


How to get there


Course: Lion Dance Instructor Training Course


Organiser: Hong Kong Chinese Martial Arts Association


Duration: About two months, once a week


Fee: About $1,000


Content: Legal responsibility towards students and teaching skills


Requirements: Association members aged 21 or above are eligible. Participants have to pass an application test to prove their lion-dancing skills and take a test at the end of the course.


Enquiries: 2394 4803, 2504 8164


The parth


(Starts from the lowest level)


A. Apprentice


B. Performer (young part-time performers get $200 to $300 for each show)


C. Assistant Master (helps the master in teaching and linking up people for performances)


D. Master (market price for each lion team show is $4,000 to $6,000)


E. Head of Lion Dance Society (usually inherited from family or old master)


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