Tell us about yourself!
I am currently a full time educator in Singapore. I visit various schools and share my knowledge with the different learners!
My goal is to expand to other forms of education and to also be able to change the world in some way or another!
How did you find out about Kalpha?
Hmm, actually I don’t really remember how I was invited to join Kalpha. It was quite long ago!
What are you sharing about on Kalpha?
I am currently sharing my drum skills on Kalpha and would look to share other topics in the future!
What was your motivation to enter the education industry?
I have always been passionate about education.
When I see someone being able to do something that they were not able to do previously, the sparkle in their eyes really makes me want to continue what I am doing!
Is what you’re sharing about related to your job?
Why is it something that you feel people should learn on a personal level?
Drums is one of the musical instruments that is easy to pick up but hard to master. It is easy to motivate yourself as the learning curve is not very steep.
And more importantly, you can also WOW your friends with simple rhythms that you can create from tapping the table or your lap!
What is the best thing that picking up drumming has done for you?
It has built up a career for me! 😊
What were some of the biggest challenges you faced when learning how to play the drums?
Learning a musical instrument is always difficult and sometimes frustrating too. However, I have great mentors who motivate me and I hope I can do the same for those who choose to learn from me!
What is the one stereotype about the drums that people always assume?
THAT IT’S AN INSTRUMENT FOR MALES!
To what extent is it actually true?
This is not true at all! A lot of my students are females and they do very well!
Anything you’ve always wanted to say but nobody has ever asked?
There is no destination to learning. There is no end point and it is a never-ending journey!
If you want to embark on this journey with me, I would love to be your guide!
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