大家好，我是 Bruno 老師。雖然我在新奧爾良出生，卻在路易斯安那州南部的一個市鎮長大。我從高中畢業後搬到西岸加州美麗的聖地牙哥市，我在聖地牙哥加州大學上專注於經濟情況的國際關係。我很幸運有機會在中國上海復旦大學留學，作為復旦大學的學生，我對中國歷史和語言產生了濃厚的興趣。畢業後，我在聖地亞哥斯克里普斯海洋研究所工作了一段時間，但我從未對學習中文失去興趣。所以，在2010年我搬到了台北。
Hi, everyone. My name’s Bruno. Although I was born in the city of New Orleans, I was mainly brought up in a small town in southern Louisiana called Metairie. After graduating from high school, I moved out west to beautiful San Diego, California. It was there where I studied International Relations with a focus on economics at the University of California, San Diego. I was privileged to study abroad as well, and I developed an interest in Chinese history and language as a student at Fudan University in Shanghai, China. After graduation, I worked for some time at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography in San Diego, but I never lost interest in studying Chinese. So, in 2010, I packed up my things and moved out to Taipei.
My first experience teaching was as a volunteer in a rural village in China in 2005. I absolutely loved it. When I began teaching again in Taipei in 2010, I was surprised to find how much I still enjoyed the process. The best part about teaching for me has always been seeing my students progress and watching their confidence soar as a result. When I’m not teaching English, I’m usually boxing, or doing some kind of outdoor activity.
Living in Taipei these past eight years, my main focus has been on providing the best instruction I possibly can. Being a part of the ACES team is a big step in the right direction. I hope I can help my students on their path to becoming responsible, erudite adults.
Hi Everyone. My name is Luke and I’m from Brisbane Australia. I have been to Taiwan several times and I love the hustle and bustle of this beautiful island. While I studied my degree in applied languages and linguistics, I spent some of my time in Taipei during 2012 as an exchange student which was a really memorable time. Teaching English is a passion of mine and I was able to gain a lot of experience in my home country teaching students from many different countries including Brazil, Colombia, Italy, France, Korea and of course, Taiwan! I care a lot about seeing my students improve and I’m dedicated to making it happen.