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The author written in a reversal style to describe various tastes of life ¡V sour, sweet, bitter, spicy, and so forth. Everything in the past is gone with the wind of time, leaving one speechless¡K
Decades of summers and winters, quickly vanished in front of our eyes. The laughter, anger, sorrow, and joy throughout the lives of Shanchin, Shanyi, Al Li, and the author, are all vividly presented in this book.
Al Li¡¦s brilliant talent made him a well-read scholar. Shanyi Wang¡¦s early death made him appear as a commet that quickly vanished after crossing the sky. Shanchin Wang¡¦s unruliness made her a doer who is fearless of outside forces as she pursues her life. The story emphasizes that the encounters in one¡¦s life have their own chances. In the short and empty life that we live in, only the true love enscribed in our souls never fades away. Those who do not find pure and true love have lived an empty life.
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Dr. Jian-Hua Hu was born in Kanshu, China. She graduated from Taipei First Girls High School, and with her number one ranking among all graduating students across the nation, she was admitted to the Foreign Languages Studies at the National Taiwan University without having to take the College Entrance Exam. She represented the student leaders of university in Taiwan at the International Student Leader Conference hosted by the University of Hawaii. Later she transferred to the Pre-Med program at New York University, and was ranked number three in her graduating class. Due to an interest in Electrophysiology, she continued her studies at Columbia Medical School and received her doctorate degree.
In 1971, Dr. Hu was the first president of Asian Republican Association. In 1978, she was a senior supervisor for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Dr. Hu retired in 1997, and established the Chinese Foundation, working with World Bank to establish 120 medical centers and 12 elementary schools in rural China. Currently she plans to begin prevention and treatments in areas that are plagued by AIDS. Recently she was named to be a member of the Presidential Advisory Council On HIV/AIDS. Curently she¡¦s the honorary president of the Asian American Republican Club.
Her other works include an essay novel, The Philosopher on the Ivy League and Learning the Life of Love. She has also published five poetry collections in the U.S. and England. Her latest work, Journal and Thoughts, has received great reviews.
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