Before I joined Sibu Hospital, I have worked in the United Kingdom, Singapore and Australia for a number of years as a paediatric trainee. Besides general paediatrics, I also work in the areas of developmental-behavioural paediatrics and community child health. I am an Adjunct Professor for SEGi University Medical School as well as the Special Olympics Asia Pacific Regional Clinical Advisor in Health Promotion®, Vice President for the National Early Childhood Intervention Council, Council Member for Sarawak State Council for Early Childhood Education and Development, National Assessor for the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative and Secretary of the Association for Children with Special Needs Sibu. Besides scientific papers, I have also published parent-teacher handbooks on ADHD, language development and breastfeeding, as well as children reading / colouring books, and books on Chinese literary prose/short stories. I received The Outstanding Young Malaysian Award in 2010, and Special Education Network in Asia Advocacy Award in 2018.