Address: Unit 3a
Phone: (03) 465-8441
Cell Phone: 0273510752
2000 TESOL Certificate
Date of Birth:
Marital Status: Married with Children
Drivers License: Private Motor Car / Motorbike
The most important priorities in my life are family, religion, and friends. I am a hard worker and enjoy working as part of a team. I am both honest and reliable.
English is my native language. I speak Chinese, Maori, and have learned a few basics in Polynesian languages.
2006-2007 Dunedin Casino- Security Officer
2001-2006 Teacher –TESOL
1997 – 2001 Dunedin Police - On call Translator
1998 - 2000 Dunedin District Seminary Teacher
1996 - 1998 Cadbury Confectionary LTD
1993 - 1995 Taiwan Taichong Mission - Missionary
Teaching my kindergarten students about Christmas has made me reflect on the many happy memories I had as a wee sprog. I can't thank my mum enough for giving me the festive spirit that has made each Christmas something to look forward to. I'm also eternally grateful to my savior for his infinite atonement in my life. It's hard to explain to people who wear lucky charms that all blessings come from God and the fiscal fisard that has replaced Christ with X amount of dollars (i.e. Xmas) is a corporate take-over . So I’ve decided to build on the common belief that has inspired millions to burn golden money and play spiritual lotto with pick up sticks and wooden bananas "MONEY". After all you can buy anything in this day and age for money.
I was trying to think of a new year’s resolution Fiona's is all about bringing balance to the force, and with the increasing stress brought on by the eminent countdown, I think my patience has turned to the dark side. Honestly it’s hard enough bringing balance to the diet let alone the force. I can see it now, eat me Luke I am your big Mac.
Any who a big holler out to all our whanau and friends, hope you enjoy the photos and wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!