Li Ruimin graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) Degree in Dance. Majoring in Chinese Dance with a minor in Choreography, Ruimin was awarded the Chinese Dance Faculty Scholarship and the William Au Arts Education Scholarship during her studies. She is also the recipient of the Singapore National Arts Council Arts Scholarship (Overseas).
Ruimin is currently a Senior Dancer at the Singapore Chinese Dance Theatre and has performed as the female lead role Du Li Niang in Dance Drama: A Startling Dream. She also performed in their tour to Qianjiang, China for the premiere of The Wilderness as female lead, Jinzi, and in the company’s original dance drama Life’s a Stage as the female lead, Sai Yu. Apart from dancing with the company, Ruimin is also teaching with the company and has presented many of her own works locally and abroad.
Ruimin performed in four of Peter Gn’s contemporary dance works: A Still Moment with You (2018) at the National Institute of Education Art Gallery, A Delicate Sound of Stillness (2018) at the Drama Centre, Fluid (2018) at the Esplanade Library and For Reasons Undisclosed at the Gateway Theatre.