After graduating from university, I worked as a full-time nurse at Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital in Hong Kong. At the time, I also took into consideration running training because I was preparing for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil. This was a challenge that it encouraged me to breakthrough and was expected to break my personal best record. Every time I participated in the competition, I was more attentive than before, and my performance improved from one time to the next. From the East Asian Games in 2013, I broke the Hong Kong record in 10:25 in the 3000-meter obstacle event. Until participating Rio 2016 Olympic Games as Hong Kong Representative, the personal and Hong Kong records were constantly refreshed.
When I planned to become a full-time marathon runner, it was well known that training was accounted for most of my time. After each training, I also need a longer period of rest and recovery to cope with the ongoing training and competition every day. I also need to pay extra attention to avoid any injuries.