Martin is currently working as a manager for Chapultepec Mining and legal adviser for its corporate group. He is also Indonesian-English-Spanish translator for Orient Link Mexico, a linguistic agency in Mexico.
He went to China on 2010 to learn Chinese as he worked for his aunty who owns a international logistics company.
A year and a half later he came to Mexico and started to learn Spanish in Universidad Autonoma de Baja California for a year.
On 2012 he started to work at Servicios Portuarios (Serport) in machinery installation project as Chinese-Spanish interpreter to assist the communication between the Chinese technicians and the local management and workers.
At the same year, he got a side job as English and Mandarin teacher at the university where he studied Spanish. He became a full time teacher on 2013 after finished his contract with Serport and opened a Chinese Mandarin school called DeFeng Institute.
On mid-year of 2015, he decided to close the school and left the university and joined Chapultepec Mining as interpreter and administrations assistant on June 2015 which is part of Divine Harvest Group, a Chinese investment corporation.