Jie Min is a Chinese dancer by training. She performs and choreographs for NUS Chinese Dance, Xin Yi Dance Company, and Elements Dance Arts.


She has recently taken up practice in contemporary dance and is a dance artist in Sigma Contemporary Dance. Some of the other works she performed in include Extra-Intra (as part of Four x Four by Esplanade) (2019), Dance In Situ (2016, 2017, 2019), Dancing with Death (2016) by Pichet Klunchun, NUS Arts Festival - Overdrive III (2016) and Overdrive II (2015) by Ricky Hu.



Weizhi started dancing in River Valley High school. He was introduced to contemporary dance in NTU and has grown to enjoy the many styles of contemporary dance. He is a founding member of Sigma Contemporary Dance and has performed in most of Sigma’s productions. He has also choreographed for Sigma and SMU’s Indancity. Currently, he is a full time teacher and pursues contemporary dance in his free time.


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Nicole started ballet at a young age, and then transitioned to Hip Hop, Modern and Contemporary. She focuses on contemporary dance now, and is currently a dance artist with Sigma Contemporary Dance. She has taken part in their productions and shows since 2014.



Alex was exposed to Hip Hop back when he joined NTU MJ. He has danced with PA, United Groovers (Danz People) and is currently an active alumna of NTU MJ.



A founding member of Sigma Contemporary Dance, Chiok Woon was trained in ballet and introduced to contemporary dance in NTU Contemp{minated} and never stopped exploring since. She has danced in all of Sigma’s productions, the M1 CONTACT Festival 2013, Verve Arts Festival 2014, Dance Circus International Dance Festival 2016 (Malaysia), Dance In Situ 2017, and Blossom Arts Festival 2017 (Malaysia), performing works by Hong Guofeng, Jessica Christina, Benedict Soh and Marcus Foo.

She recently took interest in choreography and created her first short work, Cookie’s Legs vs Chicken Wings for 24 Hours, A Choreographic Exploration initiative by Sigma in 2016. She was also invited as a guest choreographer for the contemporary dance clubs of various local Institutions' ie: Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s D3, NTU Contemp{minated}, and SIM'S Dance Arts. She is currently a freelance ballet and contemporary dance educator working with children, youths and adults.



Guofeng Hong is the artistic director and co-founder of Sigma Contemporary Dance, a semi-professional dance collective based in Singapore. Since 2012, he has directed and choreographed all of her major productions since 2012 and most recently, premiered a full-length work, Insatiable at the Esplanade Theatre Studio. His works have been showcased in local arts festival such as M1 Contact Festival and SMU Arts Festival and to international dance festivals such as Sibu International Dance Festival, Dance Circus and Blossom Arts Festival. He creates works based on the ongoing development of his movement and choreographic practices and The Straits Times and Arts Equator have described his works as “compelling”, “slick”, “immersive”, “clever” and that it “not only showcase, but involve the audience in the process”.Guofeng was also a judge for the inaugural Flux Dance Competition 2018, a contemporary dance competition dedicated to pre-professional youths aged 16 -25 and was appointed Artistic Director of SMU Indancity in 2018. He actively shares contemporary dance with young adults and working adults through workshops and master classes both locally and abroad and has been invited to create works for contemporary dance clubs of local tertiary institutions.


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Anthea Seah trained in Chinese Dance, street, jazz and contemporary dance. Anthea graduated with a BA(Hons) Dance degree from LASALLE College of the Arts in 2015, where she worked with local artists Albert Tiong, Melissa Quek and Susan Yeung, and international artists Marie-Gabrielle Rotie, Akiko Kitamura (Leni-Basso) and Wu Yi-San (Cloud Gate Dance Theatre, CCDC). She was a member of T.H.E Second Company before joining T.H.E Dance Company in April 2015, and has been involved in projects with semi-professional collective, Sigma. Currently a professional dancer with the principal company, Anthea was appointed assistant to the Artistic Director in August 2017.



Christina graduated summa cum laude with a B.F.A. in Dance from The Boston Conservatory in May2010 and was awarded the prestigious Arthur B. Whitney Medal for highest scholastic achievement.She had previously trained at the Singapore Ballet Academy and the The New Zealand School of Dance. From 2012-2016 she was a full-time artist and the rehearsal master with Frontier Danceland where she worked with artists from USA, Australia, Taiwan, France, Israel and Belgium including Noa Zuk, Stephanie Lake, Byron Perry, Sita Ostheimer Liu Yen Cheng, Matej Kejzar, Stephanie Batten Bland,Shahar Binyamini, Wallie Wolfgruber, Gabrielle Nankivell and more. Her choreographic works at Frontier include Coming Soon, Between, Fatroom, Bufo Alvarius and Little momentous and have been performed numerous times locally and abroad in Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Israel and at invitation from CCNT Tours in France.Christina has also created 4 repertory works for Singapore Dance Theatre. These include Waiting, Shift or Go and Traces we left Behind which premiered at Dans Festival 2014 and was performed in Cambodia in 2015 and Unfound 2016.Christina co-created Midlight with Aymeric Bichon, which premiered at Dancer’s Locker 2015 and wasperformed at Asia Pacific Dance Bridge. She also co-created Flux of Time, Stroboscope, Life On andthe full-length work Iris with Aymeric. An Excerpt of Flux of time was recently performed in Israel at“Batsheva Hosts”, a platform run by Batsheva Dance Company. Iris is a full length work that recentlypremiered at Da:ns Festival 2016.Christina and Aymeric have a collective together www.dancemeasheep.com and recently traveled toNew Zealand, Australia, Europe and Africa performing their own work as well as performing in a full length duet Replica by Stephanie Lake. They also work for Sita Ostheimer company, performing Chasmrecently in Berlin and Korea.Featured as “upcoming dance artist of the year to watch” in 2012 by local newspaper Lianhe Zaobaoand in Prestige magazine’s “nation’s brightest 40 under 40, 2013”, Christina was also a National ArtsCouncil Scholarship recipient from 2005-2010 and a recipient of the Julie Ince Thompson Scholarshipas well as a Merit Scholarship from The Boston Conservatory. She was the winner of local nationalchoreographic competition Sprouts 2011 and "Best Dancer" in Sprouts 2012. Christina was also theHonouree in the 2015 JCI TOYP outstanding young persons award in the category of culturalachievement.



Eunice Wee started dancing in Republic Polytechnic's Modern Dance Interest Group under the guidance of Zaini Tahir and Marcus Foo in 2008, performing in its annual concerts Momentum and Muse. She joined the NUS Dance Ensemble as an associate member in 2010, participating in their concerts, Evocation and The Next Wave. She was with Universal Studios Singapore as a Parade Performer for 5 years. Eunice joined T.H.E Second Company in 2011, and has since performed in the Singapore Writers Festival 2010, MyDance Festival, LiTHE, T.H.E's 5th anniversary Bedfellows, the Singapore:Inside Out showcase for the Beijing, New York and Singapore legs.