The president of Piano Performance & Pedagogy Committee of World Piano Teachers Association (WPTA). She earned her doctoral degree in Music Education Department at Mason Gross School of the Arts the Rutgers University. She graduated from Beijing Central Conservatory of Music in 2007 and got her master’s degree at Hong Kong Baptist University in 2012.
A highly innovative professional musician is skilled in designing and developing music education and piano pedagogy programs. A qualified instructor in music education, curriculum development, methodologies, foundation piano pedagogy and based on Suzuki, Orff, Kodaly and Dalcroze methods. Proven skills in piano performance and piano pedagogy.
Experience in general music education, early childhood music development, professional piano performance and piano pedagogy for more than 15 years. An author for children’s music picture books, early childhood music education textbook and piano repertoire books. Organized a lot of music activities all over the world.