With an appreciation of the natural world and a genuine curiosity about how nature can co-exist with human beings, in 2013, I embarked on a journey in Landscape Architecture.
After earning a Bachelor's of Landscape Architecture degree in Hong Kong, I found my place in the private industry, developing skills and interests that would lead me to where I am today. First, I was a landscape coordinator at a contractor company where I was involved in the horticultural maintenance and landscape infrastructures for urban estates and community recreational areas in Hong Kong.
Following this, I worked in a design-led architecture firm as assistant landscape designer where I undertook diverse urban planning, residential and garden projects in the region of Xingyang in China. With a more determined focus on the path of landscape architecture, I have continued my Graduate studies at MMU in Manchester. I want to remain a student throughout my career and continue learning beyond school and practice. To this end, I am interested in furthering research and resolving designs that create more memorable landscapes in the world.