Sara Walenn，自1978年開始教授以英語作為外語(English as a Foreign Language)的課程，了解非以英語作為母語的需要。在教學之餘，她致力於培訓英語教師，並擔任EFL課程的作者和考官。韋倫女士現時於英國擔任教務長並為英國的出版社撰寫ELT書籍。
VAUGHAN RAPATAHANA is a New Zealander who has lived for many years in a variety of countries and now lives and works in Hong Kong. He published two collections of poetry in the 1980s, Down among the Dead Men and Street Runes. After a lapse of two decades, in 2008 Vaughan returned to poetry and has recently been published throughout Aotearoa (New Zealand), Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, The Philippines, and Thailand, with impending publication in the U.S.A. In 2009 he was long listed for the inaugural Proverse Prize in Literature. He is Poetry Editor for MAI Review Journal, a leading online academic journal specializing in the work of indigenous writers and a member of the New Zealand Poetry Society. Vaughan has a PhD in Existential Literature and Philosophy from the University of Auckland. His ancestry is Maori and he is affiliated to the TeAtiawa iwi (tribe). His wife is from the Philippines and they are a multilingual household. His poetry collection, Home, Away, Elsewhere was long-listed for the inaugural Proverse Prize and published in November 2011.