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“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” - Mahatma Gandhi -
I see giving back to my community as my responsibility and a way to say 'thank you' for the many gifts that I have received; but even beyond that, it is a privilege to serve the people who enrich my life on a daily basis. Although I have lived and worked on three different continents, everywhere I have gone, I have attempted to make a home by connecting to the local community and people around me. My theatre background has been particularly helpful in this aspect as it has given me a tool that bridges languages and national boundaries. The performance of theatre is a universal cultural phenomenon that exists in every society around the world and it has allowed me to 'recruit' drama lovers where ever I've gone. Theatre workshops, drama classes, live performances, auditions, public speaking guest-lectures, and video performances have all
allowed me to branch out into unfamiliar environment and quickly connect to people by letting them (and me) to explore our creative sides.
Of course, creative work is part and parcel of my research. I consider myself an actor, director and dance theatre maker. My recent creative projects have included Patrick Marber's Closer (Hong Kong Repertory Theatre) where I played the role of Dan; Viewpoints Workshop in which the CUHK students created their mini-movement-performance pieces; Series of Unfortunate events, an original drama performance in which students showcased their skills; and Alice in Wonderland, an original adaptation of Lewis Carroll's story performed by the Hong Kong 4th graders.
My Community Projects: