Kenneth Kwong is a Tutor, Supervisor of CBTS, Registered Teacher of The Royal Academy of Dance (in UK), Mentor of The Commonwealth Society of Teachers of Dancing (in Ballet & Jazz), Vice Chairman of Hong Kong Dance Federation, and Founder of Hong Kong Ballet Youth Education Unit. As a dance teacher, Kenneth has been awarded The Prize Gardener (teacher’s category) in the 7th Taoli Cup Dance Competition, China National Arts Competition for Young People in which his students won six awards including the 1st prize. He is also an award-winning choreographer. His prestigious recognitions include Creative Awards 1st prize in Hong Kong and 2nd prize in China. He has coordinated many dance projects, including the Artist-in-Residence Scheme for the Hong Kong Dance Federation and the Leisure and Cultural Services Department in Hong Kong. Before picking up teaching, he danced for the Hong Kong Ballet for seven years. While in the UK, he danced in the Tom Arnold Associates Limited production “The King and I” with Yul Bryner in the London Palladium.