A native of Taiwan, Emily began her study of violin in Taiwan at the age of seven. She comes from a family of music. In 1999 she moved to Canada where she met Sydney Humphreys who had a great influenced on her later music training.
In 2003, Emily received a Bachelors of Music in Performance with distinction and 2005 with master of Music in Performance from McGill University, while studying she is the member of the musicians of the World Symphony Orchestra, and subs for Metropolitan Orchestra in Montreal, her teachers including Yehonaton Berick, Mark Gothoni and Denise Lupien.
Emily moved to Toronto the year of 2008 as a freelance chamber and orchestra musician, she has played with Cathedral Bluff Symphony orchestra and Georgian Bay Symphony as second principal. She also performed with Kitchener Waterloo Symphony Orchestra, Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, Ontario Philharmonic Orchestra, Toronto Philharmonia Orchestra, Esprit Orchestra, Canadian Sinfonietta, Sinfonia Toronto and Mendelssohn Choir. The people she performed with including Celtic woman, Chantal Kreviatzuk, Diana Krall, Canadian Tenors and Sarah Brightman.
Along with performing, teaching violin, and Alexander technique, she also enjoys performing private functions with mariachi band. Ms. Emily has over 8 years teaching experience. Her students won different awards at North York Music Festival & Kiwans Music Festival Toronto. Recently one of her students won the 2016 RCM gold medal award in Ontario.