A treasure doesn’t necessarily need to be something tangible. One of the most valuable assets I possess, I would say, is my ability to treasure everything I have with gratefulness. A few years ago, I took a psychological test of which the objective was to let us project our personality… Read More
Witnessing students’ improvement in English and growth in confidence is my greatest pleasure. I hope to motivate my students to explore the fun in learning a language.
- BBA(management), Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
- Reading and Drawing
Imagine you were a king, would you renounce all the powers and wealth you are entitled to for a woman you love? Authority and marriage, two concepts that people nowadays could not imagine to be setting off against each other as a binary opposition, constitutes the struggle through Edward VIII’s life. Read More
Written by William Butler Yeats who was the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1923, this poem evokes a sense of remorse from its readers while trying to make them reflect upon the grave topics of aging and love. The first two stanzas depict how the woman the… Read More
Learning grammar may be something that requires strenuous efforts to achieve great accuracy in the eyes of many students. It has always been my wish to change this deep-rooted impression. If you understand the rules and do your grammar exercises carefully, grammar can definitely help you get a sense of… Read More
After several lessons of consolidating previous knowledge, my P5 students started learning the structure and application of the past perfect tense. They were so engaged in class, so they picked up the concepts very quickly. One of the students did an exceptionally good job in demonstrating her strong understanding of… Read More