Contact juggling, cyr wheel, LED show and fire dance performer.
Lai Yee was trained in numerous international flow arts festivals in Czech Republic, Germany, Israel, Australia, Nepal and Cambodia, and has performed in a variety of them, among them the recent ones include ‘Edinburgh Festival Fringe’ (Scotland), ‘The festival d’Avignon’ (France), ‘Seoul Bicycle Music Festival’ (Korea), Sunway Iskandar World Class Circus Celebration (Malaysia), etc.
He has conducted stage performances in Peru, Scotland, France, Korea, and other places.
As a founding member of ‘Flow Space Arts Studio’, Lai Yee is dedicated to promoting flow arts in Hong Kong through creating performances and building the art community.
Winner of ‘Tai Kwun Circus Plays’ Ting-koo-ki Mad Skills Battle in 2021.
Hong Kong professional freestyle footballer hailed as "Mong Kok Messi"; the first Hong Kong representative in the Freestyle Football World Cup; champion of Tai Kwun’s Ting-koo-ki Mad Skills Battle 2020
Kendama performer. Member of Hong Kong Freestyle Kendama Association and HKDamaBro.
Ho Lam has been practicing Kendmama since 2015. Upon winning the YJB Juggling Battle and several prominent national Kendama competitions in 2018, he became committed to improving his juggling performances. He is talented at integrating different juggling tools and tricks in Kendama performances. Ho Lam participated in ‘Tai Kwun Circus Plays’ Ting-koo-ki Mad Skills Battle consecutively in 2020 and 2021. At present, he teaches Kendama in various schools and organisations.
“Rare” means we think that we are not good and not experience enough in our performance. However, it also means that we have much more space to improve as well as have chance to discover personal capabilities.
Rare Circus promotes a variety of circus arts to the public by organising different events such as live performance, training workshop, experience sharing, juggling competition and art camp. We aim to enhance local circus arts level and increase public awareness of circus arts in Hong Kong.
Start practicing magic since secondary school and received awards in the magic competitions in Hong Kong. Dennis has been exploring different performing arts including martial arts, juggling, dance, physical theatre, clown and puppet.
Tracy first got in touch with pole dancing sport in 2016 and went on to learn other aerial sports such as aerial hoop, flying pole, aerial silks and aerial straps. In 2018, She got the 2nd runner-up in MPS Pole Competitions, and won the champion in Pole Sport Organization Level 3 in 2019. Since 2019, she has been teaching aerial arts and pole dance in various studios in Hong Kong.
Stina Din has been passionate about sports and arts since young. She became a professional graphic designer upon graduation. Without any dance background, she started pole dancing in 2014. In the course of learning and training, Stina Din discovered the variety and artistry of pole dancing, and from there she began to attempt different kinds of dance. She has been constructing her own dancing style through blending and mixing the features of contemporary dance and pole dance. She believes that every move in dance is an opportunity for self-conversation. Through creating and performing, she hopes to explore and express the unspeakable emotions, and paint the flow in the air with her dancing as brush strokes.
Stina Din has taken part in various local and overseas pole dance competitions and received numerous awards: AirStars Competition (2019) - Third Place, Amateur Division; Next Pole Star Competition (2018) - Overall Champion. Since 2019, she has been a full time pole dance instructor at Spinderella Pole Studio.
2020 champion of Hong Kong Freestyle Football Tournament
Pedro holds 3 years of championship in Brazil Freestyle Football Tournament and also the world champion of Czech Freestyle Football Supercup in 2014; performer of Cirque du Soleil.
Rank 76 in the Open Division of Czech Freestyle Football Supercup