Passionate about drama, majored in Directing in the National Arts University of Taipei. She adores the performing arts, to the point of believing it is art reflecting human’s lives. Ever since her return to Malaysia in 2008, she has produced numerous plays in Penang and Kuala Lumpur with different languages or dialects such as Mandarin, English, Malay, Teochew, Hokkien, and Cantonese. Some shows with a mixture of dialects are, “The Man Tied to The Toilet Bowl, 2012”, “A Widow, A Spinster, and A Tomboy, 2012, 2013 & 2014”, “The Day I Met The Prince, 2014” as a medium for the depiction of Malaysian life.
In recent years, she brazenly made use of Hokkien dialect as the main medium for one of her plays “The Typist, 2013 & 2014”, “Perfectly Matched, 2015” and “The Storyteller, 2016 & 2017”. To some youngsters’ surprise, they found that the Hokkien dialect could also be trendy, while the older audience had their first theatre experience with the help of a familiar language.