Dr Ngan may have left his affiliation with universities in 1999, but he has not abandoned his passion for education and research. He is mindful that being an academician is a quality and not a title. He continues to practice medicine with an inquisitive mind and constant updates on knowledge, while taking every opportunity to share his knowledge and skill with colleagues, students, and young urologists. Since 1999, Dr Ngan has been running a busy evidence-based urology service while developing strong programs in education and charity. In 2008, he established eFLO to include all 3 areas of his work – urology, education, and charity. In 2022, he started eFLO Urology, admitting Dr Raymond Kan, a young urologist, who shares a common vision.