Prior to joining DCIS, Peng has over seven years of experience in teaching Chinese as first and foreign language. He has previously taught in Traill International School Bangkok Thailand, as the Head of Morden Foreign Language Department and Secondary Mandarin teacher. This experience has developed his leadership skills and given him a sound understanding of the complexities of teaching Chinese to a diverse community of first and foreign language learners, in the context of Thailand. He is also a qualified team leader of “The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award”, the world’s leading youth achievement award, guiding and supporting young students to develop their life skills and leadership skills for a better world. Peng is delighted to be be a prt of the Mandarin Department at DCIS as he is passionate about working with young students, and he believes contingent teaching and learning within an international context will stretch them to reach their full potential
As an enthusiastic Mandarin teacher and workshop presenter, Peng has presented various topics in different Chinese workshops, by sharing his knowledge of ICT in Chinese classrooms; Besides, he has also contributed to teaching strategies with Chinese teachers around the world by working as a member of a non-profit Chinese teaching Wechat account.
As an old Chinese saying says, it is better to travel the thousand miles than to read ten thousand books. Peng enjoys reading books in his spare time, as well as travelling, to explore the world.