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Chinese Cultural Dance Performances and Classes

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Chung Wah Dance was formed in 1980, with the objective of promoting and preserving Chinese culture not only within the Chung Wah Association but also in multicultural Australia.
Performers are volunteers, they train every Saturday at the Association’s hall in James Street, Northbridge. Any fees charged by the Troupe go towards the teacher’s fees and costumes.
The troupe regularly perform classical and contemporary Chinese dance at a wide range of community events and special celebrations, including Chinese New Year. Performances vary from the classical “Han” and minority dances to contemporary Chinese dances. The Troupe has performed at many venues and events, including the Oz Concert on Australia Day, Chinese New Year Festivals and various other multicultural festivals in Perth and around Western Australia.

Performance Booking

The Chung Wah dancers are available for dance performances at Community and Corporate events. Please contact us with your entertainment requirements.
Each item lasts approx five minutes.
The number of dancers will be at least 2 – 3 depending on availability, type of performance and stage size.
Performance Requirements
Dance floor preferable – size at least 4m x 4m
Stereo/Sound System to play CD’s
Change rooms
For further details, please email:
To place a booking, please fill in the Performance Registration Form.


Rehearsal Times:
1:30 – 3:30 pm Every Saturday
3:30 – 4:00 pm Performance Rehearsal
Chung Wah Association
128 James St (Upstairs), Northbridge WA 6003
Every 4th week at King St Arts Centre
Studio 2, 357-365 Murray St, Perth WA 6000
All ages welcome, no previous dance experience required although it is preferable.
Many performance opportunities available.
Cost: $10 per class

About Us

Choreographer/Dance Director – Chang Zhi Dan:
Ms Chang is a graduate of the Yunnan Arts University, majoring in Chinese folk and traditional dances. She has been the choreographer of Chung Wah Dance since 2001.
Leader – Jen Nie Chong:
Jen Nie has studied and performed Chinese Dance since she was thirteen years old, including extensive training under the instruction of Wang Feng Zhi, Professor Li Wen Xiang from the Beijing Academy of Dance and currently Chang Zhi Dan from the Yunnan Arts University. She also enjoys learning Ballroom Dancing, Ballet and Malay Dance. Jen Nie is a Chinese dancing teacher at the Chung Wah Chinese School (Parkwood) and in 1995 played the leading role of Liang Shan Po in the Butterfly Lovers dance production at the Playhouse Theatre and the role of the sea captain in the Fair Maidens of Xia Men also at the Playhouse Theatre.
Assistant Leader – Yng Shy Chin
Treasurer – Melanie Chen
Secretary – Agnes Chee
Marketing – Hui loh
Wardrobe and Costume Design – Anita Chong

Member Guidelines

Click here to download Member Guidelines.

About Chinese Dance

Introduction to Chinese Dance
Not Just Fans and Ribbons


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