Edith started classic ballet training since age of 8 and has studied Modern Dance (Martha Graham Technique) already a decade. The Argentine Tango was introduced to Edith in 1999. After that she was fanaticized by the tango.

Edith has studied Salon style and Milonguero style with different tango masters. With her own dance experience and tango training, she developed her own unique “Dynamic boleo” and “Nature Gancho” technique. Her solid classic ballet background makes her Salon Tango look more elegant and traditional; she also enriches her Nuevo tango with her Modern dance technique.

Edith is the youngest, most inspired and beautiful tango dancer and teacher in Hong Kong.
Kamong has learned the Argentine tango in Montreal, 1998. Under the tango atmosphere in Montreal, he was deeply touched by the sensuality of the tango and quickly acquired the fundamental technique.

From 1999 till now, Kamong has learned traditional and new style tango with various tango masters. In order to enrich his tango skill, he has learned “Tai Chi” from 2001. Now the theory of Tai Chi’s “ťl” and “bɤO” are within Kamong’s leading technique. By bringing oriental art into traditional tango dance, Kamong is quietly starting a revolution to redefine the “Tango”.

Kamong studied Design Art and Contemporary Dance in Concordia University, Montreal, Canada (1996-1999). In the dance school he was trained as a professional dancer. Kamong learned Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen’s “Body-Mind Centering” somatic education, Emotional Anatomy and also an important new dance form called “Contact Improvisation” which strengthens his improvisation technique. After his graduation, He performed in a few modern dance shows in Montreal and Hong Kong between 2000 and 2002.




Edith and Kamong are the most innovative and energetic tango dancers in Hong Kong. They develop their own close embrace style which makes their dance look more exciting and dynamic, yet retaining the elegance of classic style. They call their embrace method “3D-Embrace - involved gravitate energy” which is inspired by Ezequiel Paludi y Sabrina Masso’s theory and “Tai Chi” pushing hands technique. Edith and Kamong also contribute their knowledge and theory of modern dance into Nuevo Tango which opens quite a lot of possibility for Tango. Edith and Kamong are not only excellent tango performers, but young, open-minded instructors with a great passion. They launched their teaching in 2004.