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Born in Hong Kong, China, Jeremy Chan started his ballet training at Jean M. Wong School of Ballet and received the Tsinforn C Wong Memorial Scholarship to study at The Royal Ballet School in London. He graduated in 2020 with a Bachelor's degree in Classical Dance and then joined Hong Kong Ballet as a Corps de Ballet member.
Chan has danced with HKB in Nina Ananiashvili’s Don Quixote, Septime Webre’s ALICE (in wonderland), Romeo + Juliet and Ballet Classics for Children: Cinderella and George Balanchine’s Jewels. He also performed in the 2020 Prix de Lausanne Finals Interludes and won third place in the 2016 Youth American Grand Prix in New York.
1. Why did you start dancing?
I told my parents that I wanted to dance after watching a circus show.
2. What was the first ballet you ever performed?
3. What’s the most challenging ballet you have danced and what made it so challenging?
Rhapsody by Ashton, because it was really demanding on my technique and stamina.
4. If you could have one more talent, what would it be?
To be able to play the guitar
5. What’s your favourite food?
6. What is your favourite movie?
The Jason Bourne movies
7. Where is the most interesting place you have ever visited or want to visit?
I would like to visit the Grand Canyon.
8. What is the coolest thing about being a dancer?
You meet great people who share the same passion as you.
9. If you can have a super power, what would it be?
Teleportation or telekinesis
10. Who is your favorite dancer who has inspired you?