Before starting to work at Regents, I worked in Taiwan,as a French teacher at a university in Thailand as well as at an international school in Bangkok, where I taught French for primary students and for IB students preparing the French Literature program for native speakers.
In 2002 I joined Regents to teach French as a native language and foreign language. Later on, I also became a Mandarin teacher at the Primary School.
I am extremely interested in French literature, Chinese culture and German philosophy. During school holidays I enjoy writing my own books, which I hope will be published very soon. They are about ancient China.
I like travelling, too, and believe that the impressions that you take away shape your personality. I especially like travelling in countries are less modernised and that have preserved their culture, such as Myanmar and Nepal.
I also like swimming and train for up to 2 hours every day. When it comes to food, I love French food which is really the best food in the world.