Notwithstanding his physical disabilities, Mr. Yau had tried his best to teach his students English. Instead of using stereotyped suggested exercise, he prepared his own notes for and mapped out class activities for his students. Granted, there was a number of students despised him due to his blindness. However, most of them were touched by his passion of teaching after taking his lessons. He demonstrated an empathy with pupil thinking, anticipated misconceptions and allowed pupils to develop understanding in a variety of ways. Thanks to his teaching, my English had a certain level of improvement just within half a year. By and large, Mr. Yau’s lessons had impressed me very much. His way and passion of teaching had made him such a remarkable and unique teacher.

I was proud being taught by him.