Lexa Liu - Our Team

Lexa Liu

Associate Teacher

Lexa is an exceptional educator who brings a wealth of experience and dedication to her role as a teacher of Chinese as an international language. She holds a Bachelor's Degree of Arts in International Chinese Language Education from Southwest University and a Master of Arts in Teaching Chinese as an International Language from The Education University of Hong Kong, reflecting her strong academic background in the field.

Lexa's teaching journey began at Harbin Shuangcheng District No. 3 Middle School, where she served as a Chinese Teacher Intern for Grade 10. During her time there, she skillfully taught Chinese language and literature to two classes, fostering a deep understanding and appreciation for the subject among her students. Lexa actively engaged with both students and parents, providing regular updates on their progress and maintaining open lines of communication. Furthermore, she eagerly collaborated with experienced teachers, seizing every opportunity to enhance her pedagogical skills and expand her teaching repertoire.

In addition to her outstanding academic and professional achievements, Lexa demonstrated a passion for extracurricular involvement. She served as a Docent at the University History Museum, where she showcased the campus to visitors during the university's anniversary open house events. Her passion for cultural integration was evident during her time as a Team Leader for social practice activities organized by Southwest University. Leading a diverse team of 20 members, including a Russian student team, she facilitated exploration and exchange between Northeastern China and Russia. Lexa's exceptional leadership skills were praised by the Russian team members, and she presented the activities to other university students, inspiring them to engage in cross-cultural experiences.

Outside the realm of education, Lexa's talent for photography flourished as she assumed the role of Photographer for the Southwest University Student Club. Through her keen eye and creative vision, she played an integral part in various filming projects, including a promotional documentary for Deppon Logistics Co. Ltd., capturing the essence of the Southwest University Graduation Party, and documenting the everyday lives of Shuangcheng No.3 High School students. Her ability to capture meaningful moments and convey compelling narratives through photography further contributes to her multifaceted skill set.

Lexa's unwavering dedication to teaching Chinese as an international language, coupled with her exceptional ability to effectively engage with students, makes her an invaluable addition to Bloom. Her commitment to nurturing a deep understanding of Chinese language and culture among her students ensures a rich and transformative learning experience under her guidance.

Other Bloom Members

Evelyn Wang

Associate Teacher

Evelyn is a highly skilled and dedicated educator with extensive experience in journalism, translation, and teaching Chinese as an international language. She holds an Associate Degree in Journalism from Hong Kong Baptist University, a Bachelor of Translation from Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching Chinese as an International Language at The Education University of Hong Kong. With her diverse expertise and passion for education, Evelyn is well-equipped to make a significant impact in the field of language instruction.

Evelyn gained practical experience as an intern in the news gathering and editing department at San Menxia Huang He Times, where she conducted interviews, reported on local news and events, and assisted in interviews and record-keeping in various locations. She also worked as a translation intern at Shang Hai YGYM Translation Service, completing learning tasks and assignments according to project requirements. Furthermore, she served as a writer for City University of Hong Kong's official accounts, where she wrote manuscripts for platforms such as WeChat and Weibo.

Evelyn has been actively engaged in volunteering activities, including teaching English to primary school students with learning needs at Hong Kong New Home Association and volunteering as an online teacher, designing projects, and producing presentation documents in both Mandarin and English for global volunteering experiences at home. She also has experience as a Chinese student teacher at Bloom KKCA Academy.

Evelyn's ability to adapt to diverse learning needs, combined with her exceptional communication skills, allows her to create an inclusive and engaging classroom environment. As an educator, she strives to inspire and empower students, fostering their language proficiency and cultural understanding.

May Chen

Primary Teacher

May Chen was born and raised in Ningbo, Zhejiang, with its lush sceneries and rich cultural heritage framing her interest in Chinese language and literature. She was first awarded a Bachelor of Arts in English followed by a Master of Arts degree in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language with Credit from Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She then obtained a Professional Diploma in Teaching Putonghua with Merit from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is qualified professionally with a Certificate of Grade ONE Level B Putonghua Proficiency Test from the State Language Commission, a Diploma in Early Childhood Education and a Postgraduate Diploma in Primary Education from the Open University of Hong Kong. May was also recently selected as one of the judges for the 2nd Chinese Language Festival.

May has over 15 years’ experience teaching Mandarin Chinese to foreign and local students in bilingual kindergartens to international primary schools. She was most recently at Discovery Mind Primary School, where she was the Mandarin Chinese Teacher and Coordinator for Grades 1 to 6. She combines imaginative specialist methodologies with project-based learning in the classroom to enhance interactive teaching and engagement. To May, learning is not about comparing oneself to others, but to be a better version of yourself; even the smallest improvement each day makes a difference, each 1% change adding up to a long-term positive development that will allow students to grow and surpass themselves.

May’s son is starting his university education, while her daughter is entering her final years of secondary school. Besides enjoying quality parent-child time, May enjoys reading, cooking, swimming and traveling.