Of double nationality, Italian and Taiwanese, Lorenzo spent years in Taiwan, driven by his love for Eastern culture and for its martial arts. He graduated with honors in Linguistic and Cultural Mediation from the Public University of Milan, and continued to study Chinese both in Taiwan (at the Normal University of Taiwan) as well as in China (at the Beijing Union University in Pechino). In Italy, he worked for several years as an interpreter and translator for expositions, events and numerous businesses. In 2013 he returned to Pechino once again, where he taught for over a year. His passion for education and its effect on students led him to participate in the creation of Bridge School.
“I believe that the essential characteristics of a good teacher are the capacity to stimulate curiosity and interest, and most of all an ability to give value to mistakes, transforming them into a learning opportunity.”