about the founder
Vincent started dancing at a young age in Hong Kong. In late 80s' he took up ballroom and latin, actively taking part in championships, which he found challenging and enjoyable. When he retired from competing, he was 4 times Hong Kong Open Ballroom Champion. In 1997 he qualified as a teacher of dancing.
He taught and continued studies for more advanced qualifications and diversified subjects, and was admitted to Fellowship of the IDTA and ISTD in 1999 and 2001 respectively. In 2008, he was appointed in England as IDTA Examiner.
Vincent holds full teaching qualifications and examination capacity in all major ballroom subjects, i.e. ballroom, latin, classical sequence, freestyle, street, and line dancing. He was recipient of 2018 Arthur Gallagher Award in classical sequence dance. For continuous professional development, he has studied extensively in such areas as anatomy and physiology, Laban, Franklin Method, Alexander Technique and educational psychology. Trained with dance masters from the UK, he has particular interest in teaching methodology and technique development.
A dance educator for over two decades, Vincent has taught, judged, lectured and examined in Singapore, South Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, Mainland China, Macau and Hong Kong. He has trained candidates at all levels, many for fellowship degrees.
A post-graduate of University of Birmingham business school in England, Vincent has advised on administration and development of the dance industry.
Now based in Ontario Canada, Vincent enjoys being an ambassador promoting dance art and education. Off teaching, he likes reading and travelling, sharing time with his wife and pet dog.