Can't live without music!
Rina began learning the piano since she was five years old and joined the children's choir in Hong Kong around the same time. As a child, she was even selected as one of the voices for a studio recording of a children's nursery song collection.
Ever since the miracle in her family, Rina started writing songs when she was 14 years old. She has composed instrumental pieces and songs on the piano and guitar and has recently taken up drums and the ukulele.
A is for Atoms
My name is Alexa Young
A collaborative partnership between Dr Rina and Einstein First brings you 'A is for Atoms'. This original song makes atomic and sub-atomic particles accessible through creativity. Performed and produced by scientist and artist Rina Fu, this comical music video comprise a simple ukulele tune accompanied by full caption and actions, allowing learners to join in for a fun sing-along.
A is For Atoms [LYRICS]:
Lyrics written by Dr Rina Fu & Prof. David Blair
Music composed by: Dr Rina Fu
A is for atoms Too small to see
Atoms are the building blocks of you and me
E is for ellee-words Two of them for me
Element, electron What can they be?
Element symbols names for the atoms
carbon, hydrogen letters for me
Electrons are weeny, Whizzing ‘round my atoms
Flowing electrons That’s electricity
M is for two words Friendly fun for me
Mo-le-cules, mo-men-tum Different as can be
Molecules are atoms joined to play together
I’m made of molecules Like the water inside me
Momentum is bouncing Jiggling and bumping
Anything in motion Momentum for me
Last we have the p-words Photons, I can see
Protons, inside atoms Phonons, warming me
A is for atoms E for element
Also for electron, I got these
M for momentum M for molecules
Photons, Protons, Phonons Everything and me