Dance Faculty

Dance Faculty

SRMC’s Dance Faculty is committed to helping aspiring dancers refine your performance and choreography skills through formal training. Our faculty is made up of talented individuals, with rich experience across various genres of dance, including ballet, hip-hop, jazz, and Chinese dance.

Ms Nina Wong

Head of Dance Faculty

Master’s Degree, Nanyang Technological University
Bachelor’s Degree, PLA National Defense University
Asia Dance Arts Festival Director

Ms Shao Ziwen

Deputy Head of Dance Faculty

Master’s Degree in Choreography, Minzu University of China
Bachelor’s Degree in Dance Education, Minzu University of China

Ms Chan Mei Qi, Elizabeth

Chinese, Modern Dance and Choreography Lecturer

MA in Dance Studies, University of Roehampton
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), Dance, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Diploma in Performing Arts, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Elizabeth Chan developed a keen interest in Chinese Dance from an early age. Trained at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, she was awarded the Bachelor of Fine Arts, Dance. She also went on to explore other dance forms, such as ballet and contemporary.

Currently, she is pursuing her Ph.D. at the National University of Singapore.

Ms Cai Ying

SRMC Chinese Dance / Contemporary Dance / Choreography Senior Lecturer

Yale-China HKETO-NY Arts Fellow
Master’s Degree in Choreography, Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts
Beijing Dance Academy


  • Adjudicator of Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) Arts Presentation
  • Member of Chinese Dancers Association
  • SRMC Course Leader of Graduate Diploma in Professional Artist (Dance)
Mr Tiong Ing Siong, Albert

SRMC Modern Dance / Choreography Lecturer

Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Former actor in Taiwan Yunmen Dance Company

Ms Li Ruimin

Modern Dance, Chinese Dance Lecturer

Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree (Hons) in Dance, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Li Ruimin’s love for dancing began at the age of eight, when she joined the Chinese dance troupe in her primary school. Following her passion, Ruimin continued dancing throughout her secondary school education under the supervision of Zou Yi, Ding Hong and Zhou Lei.

With an interest in Chinese opera, Ruimin has performed at many events with her secondary school and the Singapore Chinese Opera Institute. Her exposure to different genres of dance such as ballet, tap, and jazz is a testament to her versatility as a performer. She has also represented Singapore at the International Amateur Theatre Festival in Denmark.

Majoring in Chinese Dance with a minor in Choreography, Ruimin was awarded the Chinese Dance Faculty Scholarship and the William Au Arts Education Scholarship during her studies. She is also the recipient of the Singapore National Arts Council Scholarship (Overseas). Ruimin joined Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan Dance Theatre in 2013 and performed with the company in Dance Drama: A Startling Dream as the female lead, Du Li Niang. She also performed in The Wilderness as Jinzi in their tour to China.

Ms Tong Zhuoshu, Tina

SRMC Ballet Dance Lecturer

Teachers’ Certificate, Commonwealth Society of Teachers of Dancing

Trained in Liao Ning Ballet Dance Theatre School, Tina Tong has over 10 years of performing and teaching experience, and has danced professionally with Hong Kong Dance Company (Shu Zhou).

As an experienced dance teacher, she has taught students from a wide range of age groups. The schools she has taught include NUS High School, CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ School and Jurong Primary School. She has also taught in specialised dance schools, such as the Junior Dance Department, School of Young Talents in Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA).

Tina was the 1st Prize winner of CSTD’s 11th Dance Competition Singapore, and has performed in many productions with The Finnish Ballet, Hong Kong Dance Company (Shu Zhou), and Singapore Dance Theatre in Swan Lake, Don Quixote, Anna Karenina, Sleeping Beauty, Romeo & Juliet and The Nutcracker. In addition, she has choreographed performance pieces for schools and coached them for competitions, such as the Singapore Youth Festival, in which she attained a Silver Award.