ÉLAN Lost Child Project HK 2022

Our Social Land: The Perfect MATCH

Master Land: The Romeo and Juliet Wars - Work in Progress

Our Social Land: The Perfect MATCH

Blah Blah Land: David Glass

My Story Land: The Weight of Life

No Man Is An Island: M & M Pilot Project Screening and Sharing

ÉLAN Lost Child Project HK 2022

Date & Time

2 - 3 Jul, 2022 2:30pm - 3:30pm & 4pm - 5pm | Zoom Screening
5pm - 6pm | 現場放映會 On-site Screening


Online & Laundry Steps


Free Registration


Due to adverse weather, the programmes of ÉLAN Lost Child Project HK 2022 on 2 July 2022 will be rescheduled to take place at 11am – 1:45pm, 3 July 2022 at Laundry Steps. The programme “Blah Blah Land” at 2pm – 5pm, 3 July 2022 will take place as scheduled. Registration of “Blah Blah Land” has been full and will be streamed live at Tai Kwun website and Lost Child HK Facebook page.

The story takes place on a little basketball court. A group of "raw" newbies meets a group of veterans. When the weathered come across the red-blooded, they refuse to give in to the other amid disputes. Unfortunately, time doesn't move forward:

The old says: Maybe we have all died in the sea.
The young says: Maybe we are all forgotten in the storm.

If we search for the initial memory and grasp the last courage, would we be a little different? You are invited to participate in this long-lost game:

The audience will first "visit" the secret room of each "player", learn secretly from those seniors, feel the ups and downs of each story, and experience an exclusive journey of "life practice".

From you to me to him, maybe we are all so similar.
If the hour hand still goes forward, can we start over?

Words from “Landlord”

The idea of the project begins with "change". A long, long time ago, this city was a strange land to most people. They travelled over mountains and rivers to come here regardless of the hardship and then settled here gradually...

Decades have passed, and the city becomes a strange land to them again. It is often said that "change is the only constant", but when the tide comes, who can stand still? The world is getting more and more absurd every day; besides cherishing the moment and living a good life, we also hope to bring a little change to everyone. Because in the end, it always comes back to how willing we are to "change".

The group of creative performers in this show is composed of young and old amateurs. After getting along and exploring for more than three months together, they will share with you the different eras of Hong Kong and give you a good hug.

Wherever you are in the world, may you be well!

Angus Chan, Alysa Leung and Jasmin Wong
Creative Team of The Perfect MATCH

Creative Team

Co-Creative Director & Director: Angus Chan 
Co-Creative Director: Alysa Leung 
Movement Director: Jasmin Wong
Music Production: JVSY
Performers: Ellen Chan, Alan Kwok, Jean Leung, May Li, Toby Wong, Michelle Szeto, Chris Poon, Phoebe Chung, Jiu Chiu, Derek Chan

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  • Recommended for ages 10 and above.
  • Performed in Cantonese with no subtitles.
  • The performance will be conducted via Zoom, audience may need to download and install the required software and bear the risk.
  • The performance approximately lasts for 60 minutes. Please log in 15 mins prior to the performance starts, later than 20 minutes or more will not be allow to entry the Zoom.
  • Programmes are subject to change without prior notice. Tai Kwun reserves the right to make the final decision regarding the arrangements.


With the recent changes of social climate and social distancing measures, distance is not only physical but also psychological.

We hope to address our care about the distance between the old and the young, and bridge the gap between them in the form of drama. The elder generation unveil their memories and reveal the present situation of the new generation. Getting to know each other, these young and old friends form new imaginations of each other. Stories and creative activities are collected and organized into a text creation, presented as a virtual immersive theatre production to share their discoveries and feelings with the audience.

The performance will be held in prison cells as well as online. The audience will follow a specific route and visit different stories in the cells, accompanied by live DJ music, sharing and group performance. At the end of the show, the group will stage a basketball game that belongs to our time.


Angus Chan
Alysa Leung
Wong Po Lui, Jasmin

Co-Creative Director & Director

Graduated with Honours from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in Acting. Angus has extensive performing experiences in a wide range of musicals and drama. At the Academy, he participated in numerous performances, including Princess Changing and Hamlet. He has also participated in a numerous professional performances, including Matteo Ricci (Intercultural Dialoguel, 1941 Girl and The Love Story of Sam & Sally by Actors' Family, EQUUS and A Midsummer Night's Dream  by Dionysus Contemporary.

Theatre, Macbeth and Titus Andronicus by Tang Shu-wing Theatre Studio and more. He has also acted in various movies.

Angus was nominated for Best Actor (Tragedy/Drama at 2007 Hong Kong Drama Awards and for Best Supporting Actor (Tragedy/Drama at 2017 Hong Kong Drama Awards for his performances in Hamlet and Wit. He was the Scholar for the 2nd Dionysus Contemporary Theatre Master Class Scholarship.

Co-Creative Director

Leung is now studying the Master of Contemporary theatre, dance and dramaturgy at Utrecht University. Graduated from Hong Kong Baptist University School of Communications, Leung is a freelance performer and project coordinator. Latest works include “Community Cultural Ambassador Scheme 2021 - Parent-child Classical Music Gala” (Coordinator & Performer), “ARTS GO DIGITAL - VR Immersive theatre ‘A Mind Apart,”(Creative Performer), etc.

Since 2020, Leung has been assisting in Jen Lam’s creative solo workshop. The team has guided over 50 women to create their own pieces. Meanwhile, she was a project assistant in Edward Lam Dance Theatre and one of the CCDC Baby Dance Theatre research core members. She also trained in Two years- Professional Physical Theatre Youth Training programme and received RAD (Ballet) Advanced 2 certificates.

Movement Director

Wong was born in Hong Kong and graduated at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in Contemporary Dance. She is currently an Independent choreographer and dance artist.

Jasmin was a dancer for Y-Space and received a CCDC scholarship to participate in the Beijing Dance Festival in 2014, 2015 and 2017. Jasmin has an interest in choreography and her work Among Them was presented in CCDC's “My Own Dance Program” and the series of “Are you thinking what I am thinking?” was presented in HKAPA and Eside Company’s “Imagination boom 3” series. 

Jasmin has been dedicated to dance teaching in recent years. She has taught contemporary, iazz, jazz-funk in primary, secondary and dance schools. She is also one of the Baby Dance Theatre researchers & performers in CCDC Dance centre.

Music Production

JVSY is an electronic music duo consisting of producer/musician Jovin Lee and Atlas Lu, known by their stage names BURN and telvanni26. As producers and musicians, both are well dabbled in the music scene. On top of their own musical releases, they are also in demand as film scorers, song writers and session musicians. Having experimented with electronic music individually for years, they formed the duo JVSY as a medium to push their limits on both musical creativity and artistry.