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Look, Who is Coming, University of Rochester, NY 1992

A humorous monologue with choreographed movements about sexuality and social conformity.

Hong Kong is A Big Zoo, Ensemble Till The End of Time, McAulay Studio, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong 1993

A concert of new music and dance by four new composers.

Red, Main Hall, Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY 1994

Designed with the topography of the Eastman main hall, Red is a choreographed piece that examines the pain of loss.

Metamorphosis––Afterimage, Nestlé Dairy Farm Theatre, Fringe Club, Hong Kong 1994, funded by the Hong Kong Arts Decelopment Council

Advertised as a 'music piece', the piece is a dance performance of three young men struggling within the social and environmental oppression of Hong Kong during the transitional period.

The Bright Room of Roland is Empty, The Unbearable Scandal of Being, Fringe Festival ‘95, Studio Theatre, Fringe Club, Hong Kong, 1995, funded by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council; Theatre, Pyramid Arts Center, Rochester, NY 1995, funded by the NEA, New York State Council on the Arts, Monroe County, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Andy Warhol Foundation and the Rochester Area Foundation

The Bright Room of Roland is Empty is a piece consisting of six "snapshots" of a man under a spotlight, and an elaborate soundtrack. It is a poetic discourse of a man struggling with AIDS and the question of life and death.

The Unbearable Scandal of Being is a very simple piece in five scenes: a man enjoys a quiet evening, and the biggest scandal of life, at that moment, is a rose being dropped from a tree, emitting scents all over his inner world.

Shonen (The Boy), Nestlé Dairy Farm Theatre, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong, 1995, funded by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council

Inspired by an Oshima's film in the same name, the piece based loosely on a homicide, and examines the relationship of this boy with his broken family, sexual awareness and growth.

Two or Three Men I’d Like to Pick Up-But Not Quite Work, Fringe Festival ‘96, Studeio Theatre, Fringe Club, Hong Kong, 1996, funded by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council

The theatre piece combines video and live action, discussing issues on nationality, religion, and sexuality. A young man wakes up and finds out that he is straight, and needs to deal with all the psychological and physical consequences.

The Gao Brothers––Cruel Story of Desire, McAulay Studio, Hong Kong Arts Center, 1996, funded by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council

Based on Ba Jin’s novel, The Rapid, the piece is about three brothers, acted by women, who struggle with the oppression of their feudal family during WWII.