I was born and grew up in Hong Kong.  My first encounter with (national) dance dates back to my days in junior school.  In late 80s' I took up ballroom and latin dancing, actively taking part in competitions, which I found very enjoyable.  Before retiring in 1993, I had won four times the Hong Kong Open Ballroom Championship title.  In 1997 I qualified as a teachning of dancing.

I continued studies for more advanced degrees, and was admitted to fellowship of the IDTA and ISTD in 1999 and 2002 respectively.  In 2008, I passed assessments in Blackpool and was appointed ballroom branch overseas examiner of IDTA.

I hold full teaching qualifications in all four ballroom core subjects, i.e. modern ballroom, latin, classical sequence and freestyle, and have studied for continuous professional development in such areas as Laban, Franklin Method and Alexander Technique.  With a keen interest in teaching methodology, technique development and dance as education, I have taught pupils at all levels.  Alongside teaching, I have judged at championships both local and overseas, and presented lectures on ballroom subjects.  I enjoy my duties of an IDTA ambassador, promoting dance education and examining candidates for qualifications. 

Off dancing, I like reading and travelling, sharing good time with my wife and pet dog 'Jessie'.