Jason Ting

Jason Ting


Founder and Executive Director of Asian Elite Dance Competition

Chief Operating Officer of Hong Kong Youth Dance Association

Current Member of Chinese Dancers Association

Jury Member of Hong Kong Arts Development Council

Associate of ARAD Royal Academy of Dance

Person in charge of Australian Teachers of Dancing China Region



Jason Ting started his dance learning with his mother, Camy Cheung, since a young age. He graduated from Beijing Dance Academy in 1996 and was selected to enter the National Ballet of China as a trainee in the same year. He returned to Hong Kong Dance Company in 1997. He played the leading role in many productions of the Company. In 2000, he was awarded a scholarship and entered the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts to further advance his dancing.


During these years, he was invited by the Hong Kong Ballet Group to perform in La Sylphide as Gurn, Swan Lake as Rothbart, Giselle as Hilarion and Sleeping Beauty as the Prince. He was also invited to perform in the Cultural Ambassadors Program jointly organized by the Hong Kong Ballet and the Hong Kong Leisure and Cultural Services Department in the year 2002 to 2006.


Jason was frequently invited to participate in a variety of overseas Artistic Sand Cultural exchange, such as French Napoleon Arts Festival in 1996, The 5th China Arts Festival in 1999, The Prague Arts Festival in Czech in 2000, Macau Arts Festival in 2001 and so on. On top of being a dancer, Jason also participated in many choreography works and many of his original dance pieces won the Gold Medals and Best Performance Awards in HK Open Dance Contest, Award of Excellence and Choreography in Schools Dance Festival. In 2006, he was also invited to be the main dance choreographer and artistic director for Paula Tsui’s Concert.


In 2008 and 2011, he was awarded the “Artistic Contribution Award” in Dance Performance and Dance Education respectively by the Association of HK Dance Organizations. In 2014, he was invited to play the leading role in “Sleeping Princess” in the HK Ballet Group 50th Anniversary Performance. He was also invited to be the honorable judge in Malaysia International Ballet Grand Prix in 2016 and 2017.



Starting from 2021, in order to concentrate on the promotion of dance artistic and cultural exchange, Jason was promoted to be the Chief Operating Officer of HK Youth Dance Association and Executive Director of Asian Elite Dance Competition.


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