Ms Remy Wu earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Wuhan University, China and then gained her M.Ed. in School Counselling at Kent State University, US. Following American School Counselor Association’s model, she has delivered counselling services in multiple school districts. She is licensed for school counselling in Ohio and Massachusetts.
Ms Wu’s counselling philosophy is that every student is capable of achieving personal success under a supportive environment. With that belief, she is ready to provide student-centred services tailored to meet each individual need through a variety of techniques including arts, games and other creative expressions. Her other counselling goal is to strengthen collaboration amongst teachers and parents, creating a positive and encouraging environment that students grow and reach their full potential and become contributing members of society.
Ms Vicky Li
Ms Vicky Li is from Hubei Province. She graduated from Central China Normal University, and has a teacher certificate for secondary school. When she was in Wuhan, she worked as an intern in Hubei Daily Media Group, and involved in volunteering.
In 2016, Ms Li joined YWIES Guangzhou to begin working as library assistant. She enjoys learning and growing with these great colleagues and students in Yew Wah.
Ms Mandy Yao
Librarian & Chinese Teacher
Ms Mandy Yao graduated from Zhaoqing College with a bachelor‘s degree in Chinese Language and Literature. After graduating, Ms Yao studied Japanese Shichida right brain education in Beijing. During the period of employment, Ms Yao actively participated in teaching related training.
Ms Yao has nearly 10 years of teaching experience and has been engaged in language teaching. In 2014, as a founding teacher, Ms Yao joined the Yew Wah teacher team and worked as a Primary language teaching. She has unique insights into Chinese language teaching in Primary schools and has a deep understanding of the learning needs and learning characteristics of students. In the teaching work, Ms Yao pays attention to the development of students' comprehensive ability of listening, speaking, reading and writing. She often encourages students to read books. She believes that good study habits are a key part of student success.