U-Learn, who is best known for his unique artistic style suffused with grace and charm, managed safety and security for a large company shortly after finished Master degree in Security Management from University of Houston. Later on, he acted as sports anchor and broadcast host for Houston Rockets, also dabbled in NASA’s space education program for Taiwanese children.
One should not underestimate the special gift as a musician. Under the tutelage of the master whistler father, he picked up whistling when he was four, and performed on stage at 7. Being mocked by peer classmates, he felt ashamed to practice whistling and refused to be heard by anyone.
Unexpectedly discovered, he was invited to perform whistling at Taiwan’s National Concert Hall, accompanied with orchestra, and the performance was sold-out. People were amazed that he could both pucker for simple songs and present artistically elegant melodies.
U-Learn believed that anyone could whistle. He now realized his ability is a special gift from God. He dedicates his heart and energy to promote “Lip Music”, his responses to His calling. He dreams of creating a “Lip Music Choir” one day.
“Make Me A Channel”, the first Lip-Music Jazz Gospel, was released in 2012. His lips led to three invitations to perform: at Taiwan’s equivalent of the White House, in a McDonald’s advertisement, and on the international stage.
Whistling is his gesture of gratitude to family and friends who love and support him, and especially to God who endowed him with this gift.