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Neo Jenny started her training in Chinese Classical and Folk Dance at the age of ten under the tutelage of her mother, Madam Lim Moi Kim. In order to enrich herself in the area of dance, she later also pursued an interest in Ballet, Jazz and Hip-Hop. In 2004, she was awarded grants from the Singapore National Arts Council and Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan to further her professional training at Beijing Dance Academy, China. To develop her range, Jenny also enrolled in LASALLE – College of the Arts, Singapore, and graduated with a BA (Honours) in Dance in 2009.


Throughout the years, Jenny has been actively choreographing for her dance troupe, schools, and national major events like Chingay and National Day. She has produced many outstanding works, earning herself high recognition in the dance field. Her works “Snow Blossom”, “In the Nick of Time” and “Tears of Nanjing”, received the Gold with Honours Award in the Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) Central Judging for Dance in 2009 and 2011. In 2011, she participated in the “Sprouts - New Works Platform for Budding Choreographers” with “The Invisible Entity”. This work received the “Most Popular Work” and “Best Dancer” award. Currently, Jenny is involved in the "Homecoming", dance choreography for Singapore International Festival of Arts 2015.


Having fully devoted her youth to dancing, Jenny has gained herself a wealth of experience and opportunities as a dancer. Over the years, she has performed many solos, duets and lead roles. In 2010, Jenny played Madam White Snake, the lead role in the dance drama “Romance of the White Snake”, a production organised by Chinese Dance Artistes' Association. In her recent debute, she played Du Li Niang, the female lead role in SHHKDT inaugural core production, "Dance Drama: A Startling Dream".


Besides  her  strong  passion  and  dedication  to dance, Jenny also participates  actively  in Chinese Opera and has played many major roles, further exposing herself to the  performing arts scene.


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