THE audience will be able to see different dance styles - pure dance and mixed media dance - and some unusual props like mahjong , clocks and eggs in ''Chronicle of a Floating City'', the latest production from City Contemporary Dance Company (CCDC). The two-part dance performance features A Game of ... , choreographed by Yuri Ng, and Fragile , by Hu Jia-lu. A Game of ... , a pure dance piece combining modern dance with ballet, was inspired by mahjong , a popular game among the Chinese, Yuri Ng said. ''On the mahjong table, we can see the players' characters, attitudes and human relationships,'' the Hongkong-born dancer said. The dance will explore the game's historical origin, philosophy, rules, strategies, and the superstitions surrounding it. Fragile , a mixed media dance piece, is a collaboration between mainland dancer Hu Jia-lu and CCDC's former technical director, Tommy Wong. The dance is about the mentality of people in different cities. Under different reasons, they have lost their political or emotional stability. Hu, now a New York-based dancer and choreographer, is the mastermind of this dance piece. He has performed in various countries including Europe and the United States. He found that the Chinese in these countries share similar feelings - insecurity and instability. Eggs and clocks from different eras are the major props in the dance. The clocks represent different time periods and the history of Hongkong while the eggs represent fragility and insecurity. ''Chronicle of a Floating City'' will be staged from June 3 to 6 at the Shouson Theatre, Hongkong Arts Centre.