I graduated from the Northcote College of Education in 1987 with teacher certificate in Music and Mathematics. Upon graduation, I pursued further studies in Hong Kong and earned my B.A. Hons. in Music andM. Ed. in Comparative Education at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the University of Hong Kong in 1995 and 1998 respectively.

From 1987 to present, I taught in St. Louis School (1987-1993), Pelletier School (1993-1994) and Queen’s College (1994-present). Now, I am holding the position of Head of music department in Queen’s College as well as the director and conductor of School Orchestra, School Recorder Band and School Choirs.

Besides, teaching in Queen’s College, now, I am also studying my PhD (Comparative Education: Music Education in Hong Kong and Taiwan), part-time, at the University of Hong Kong under the supervisions of two distinguished scholars, Professor Mark Bray and Dr. Bob Adamson. In particular, I am interested to understand the nature and extent of the Chinese music teaching of the junior secondary schools in Hong Kong and Taipei.

Throughout my PhD study, I was awarded Sir Robert Black Trust Fund (postgraduate scholarship), 2000-2003 and 2001 Sik Sik Yuen Education Research Fund. Most recently, I further received university visit grant by 2001 Taipei Trade Centre Exchange Scheme to National Taiwan Normal University.