I have followed my passion for writing for many years, in many contexts. In my final year of university, I wrote a column for the Harvard Crimson called World Wide Ed, in which I explored topics related to global education systems and philosophies.
After a stint as the editor of the Chinese-English bilingual art magazine a.m. post, I started pursuing a freelance writing career to cover a wider scope of topics important to me. I now write mainly on art, education and society for a range of Hong Kong-based and international publications.
I keep up to date with the latest topics and debates in education through my frequent features on Hong Kong’s education landscape for the South China Morning Post, and I continue to write on social issues related to educational equality and feminism through other channels such as Hong Kong Free Press and xoJane.
I regularly contribute reviews and other features on art exhibitions in Hong Kong for art publications such as Artomity, ArtAsiaPacific, Art Radar and Asian Art Newspaper. For the likes of CULTURE and Macaron magazines, I cover other cultural topics on Hong Kong city life.
I am also a writer of language-teaching materials. I recently finished writing two teachers' books for the Oxford University Press. I also write language-teaching articles for publishers such as English Channel/English Corner.