Swathes of wild meadow flowers cascading down the slope on one side of my home…. It’s an idea I’ve had for a while. Apparently meadow flowers are low maintenance, but in the beginning you need to water those little seedlings daily so they don’t keel over. I recently changed my piano teaching schedule. It’s a … Continue reading Meadow flower seeds down…excited!
This is my first time seeing a koala in the wild, thanks to a friend who took me onto his property. I’m very grateful.
Sen Shao was born in Xi’an, Shaanxi, China, famous for its terracotta warrior historical site. His parents moved to Shenzhen in Guangdong Province, a burgeoning technology hub of nearly 13 million people, considered to be China’s equivalent of Silicon Valley, before he came to Australia in 2010. When Sen arrived in Brisbane he could barely … Continue reading Sen Shao, model & actor
I’m on a teaching break until Term 4 starts in the second week of October. Time to nurture my inner child! I’ve been learning a piece of music from an anime movie (more about that later) and it brought back memories of watching beautiful Studio Ghibli movies with my son many years ago. So to … Continue reading BuJo: Chihiro from Spirited Away
Met more Asian creatives on the weekend. The Fam grows ♥️.
I’m very proud of Millie, who has worked with me and grown so much this year. She came to me with some bad habits (resting her thumbs on the wood below the piano keys especially) dodgy counting, and she hated reading bass clef notes – like so many kids! Here she is playing a ragtime … Continue reading Millie plays a ragtime duet
I think my most important role as a piano teacher is to make sure a new student enjoys learning to play. It would be tragic if a child closed the door to the wonderful world of music, because of me! So, maybe you wouldn’t pick me to teach your child if you have plans for … Continue reading Cute duet and a few words about learning music