[:en]Our piano duet concert, “80 Minutes Around the World”, will be held on October 16, 2016 (Sunday) at 730pm, at the Recital Hall 8/F of Hong Kong City Hall. This is a very fun and creative piano concert, and we would love to see you there![:zh]我們的鋼琴二重奏 「80分鐘環遊世界」音樂會 將於2016年10月16日（星期日）晚上七時半 ，在香港大會堂演奏廳8樓高座舉行。這是一個非常有趣和富有創意的鋼琴音樂會，我們希望能看到您的光臨！[:]
I hope I have always been true to my students and my readers here.
Frankly I think I have.
But there were certainly times i doubted if it was the way I was supposed to be, if I were being truly authentic, perhaps to myself more than to anyone else.
I didn’t want to be too straightforward or outspoken at times because people might not like what i write and i would be ridiculed and criticised for that. Or i simply didn’t write it.
I didn’t want to write in a too serious or philosophical or academic or deep, meaningful or spiritual way that people might not understand what I was trying to say and think I am being pretentious or cheesy.
Well, sometimes I can’t help myself but just write it still. But I do know I had reservations.
I think it’s time to just write what I want to write and say what I have to say, and there’s no better time than now.
It’s like playing the piano or getting your practice done: there’s simply no better time than now.
Or anything else you want to do in life really.
There’s no time to waste or miss out on things you really want to do. Or even to have fun!
I love teaching, but I don’t love teaching people who don’t want to learn and practice (and keep saying it’s hard and there’s no time), who don’t want to do the heavy lifting but want the result straight away.
I love playing, but I don’t love playing music I don’t want to play, no matter how popular a song is to everyone in the world.
I love writing, and frankly I don’t really care if there’s a lot of people reading this (it turns out to be quite a lot of you do so THANK YOU!). But I certainly hope those who do would find this blog helpful in the past few years: I have certainly spent loads of time and effort maintaining this and hope it would reach out to more people because I genuinely think I have great resources here.
I love to mentor others, but I don’t love mentoring those who are lazy and don’t put their heart and soul in their teaching and their career, those who just want to do the minimum in the most ridiculously imprecise and inaccurate way and ask me for the reward thinking that’s the way to do things. I say no to that and them.
I love precision, dedication, and passion. And there’s no other way to live and do things.
I love integrity. That’s the only way to be.
So there you go.
I hope you have a wonderful week ahead. Today is a brand new day for a brand new week! Enjoy!
[:en]On becoming a great teacher [:]