The Hong Kong Judiciary appointed me to make and certify translations of documents between English and Chinese (Gazette No. 50/1996 G.N. 5715) and conduct Cantonese/English consecutive court interpreting in 1996.  I subsequently joined the Legislative Council as a Mandarin, Cantonese, English simultaneous interpreter.


         Starting with the WTO Ministerial Meeting in Hong Kong, I have since interpreted for the IMF Regional Economic Outlook, 2011 International Association of Prosecutors, 2016 UNFAO/WHO coordinating committee for Asia in New Delhi, European Union Office in Hong Kong Workshop on Combating and Preventing Trafficking of Human Beings 2017 and 2018.  Most recently I interpreted for the 3rd UNCITRAL Asia Pacific Judicial Summit 2019.


         Clients such as Debevoise and Plimpton; Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom; Steptoe and Johnson; Squire Sanders; McMillan; Quinn, Emanuel, Urquhart & Sullivan LLP; Planet Depos and EPIQ have recruited me to interpret for  depositions, tribunals and arbitrations.  In 2017 I interpreted for a US International Trade Council investigation.  I also worked on the first case of the Hong Kong Copyright Tribunal in 2018.


        I have served on 3 Commissions of Inquiry in Hong Kong over the last few years.  These include the Commission of Inquiry into the Collision of Vessels near Lamma Island on 1 October 2012, Excess Lead found in Drinking Water and Diaphragm Wall and Platform Slab Construction Works at the Hung Hom Extension Under the Shatin to Central Link Project.


        During COVID-19,  online video conferencing has replaced a lot of physical meetings.  I have performed Zoom interpreting for the Hong Kong government and also private sector depositions.


        On the subject of COVID I created a YouTube channel to share my interest in science subjects.  It has videos on Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Google AIY voice kit, LCD displays, recreational math etc.  Since my deposition work deals with Intellectual Property infringement and other IT related issues, creating content for the channel also serves as preparation for future cases.


       Please check out my YouTube channel: Learning STEM