Mulan Foundation Network aims to recognize the achievements of Chinese women in the UK and elsewhere and honour them through annual awards.
Building up a global network of top successful Chinese women and up-and-coming young Chinese women, Mulan facilitates networking, mentoring, supporting and helping each other, as well as giving opportunities for contributing to the wider community.
For fat too long, Chinese women have, in general, kept a low profile. Mulan aims to address this issue by encouraging Chinese women to use their skills and talents to help others.
Mulan Awards 2019
Contribution to the Arts
May Au was born in Hong Kong but now working in the UK. She is the an accomplished dancer and dance educationalist specializing in traditional Chinese and contemporary dance. She has performed all over the world including at the Beijing Olympics in 2008. She graduated from the Hong Kong Academy of performance Art and has a dance teaching qualification from Australia.
She has taught dance at dozens of dance academies, inspiring and nurturing many students as well as demonstrating her talent and skills in many theatrical performances. She founded Greensco, a dance school to teach dance education and host dance performances. The programmes include teaching the Chinese community and wider public to express their emotions through dance and allowing for social integration, spiritual and physical well-being for many who are unable to express themselves through other means of communications.