This autobiography in Chinese is about my father who was born in the early 20th Century. He tells us how he lived through the era of Japanese invasion, worked his way through the difficulty time, how he thrived in adversity and participated in building the magnificent Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque in Brunei. He shares his visions, frustrations, struggles and successes. This is a story of a depressing time and how an ordinary person’s wisdom, vision, hard work and love for others led him to where he is in a multicultural environment. He will be very happy if you learn something from his life story.
我很高興家父能將他一生 的經歷寫下來給我們共享。在他們那個大苦難的時代，他靠著一顆善良,克苦耐勞，努力向上,愛人如己的心去處世。得到許多親友的幫助, 也幫助不少人。要不是那個環境的限制,他一生的成就肯定會更不一樣。
Sun-Hoo Foo, MD, FACP,FAAN 符傳孝醫生, is a Clinical Professor of Neurology at NYU Langone Medical Center, the Director of Neurology at New York Downtown Hospital and received its 2008 Distinguished Physician Award. He has been listed in New York Magazine’s “The Best Doctors” and he is committed to the education and healthcare for the North American Chinese community. Additionally, he has very diverse interests. You may view his work on Foo Genealogy at http://foousa.blogspot.com/ and his thoughts on life experiences at http://serendipity-serendipitous.blogspot.com/.
ZHENYI YU Published April 09, 2009