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I still remember the first time I saw his face which revealed his experiences in life Ten years ago on a snowy night I met him in the grandest house I had seen at the young age of eight The room was filled with people I didnt remember but there existed a closeness the thickness of blood Each was a member of my family separated because of desperate times in China That day we met but I was too sick from the never-ending flight to express the joy It was my uncle who had opened the doors for us my parents siblings and me to come to Mei Gok Chinese for America It was he who worked for our opportunities cooking in a restaurant during the day and studying at night to pass the ever-so-important naturalization test While he had less than three years of education he was indeed the most intelligent and perfect man whom I aspire to be like The father of two and husband of the worst of wives he strove for the best future for his two young children He sent them to Catholic school filled the house with more than enough of their favorite foods made the warmest of homes and was always there to support them in any way His only hobby and outlet was music On Sundays his day off after his trip with my cousin to Chinatown he often sat with his family or played with one of his seven instruments I still remember the afternoons when I listened to him playing along to his favorite Chinese opera and the nights I waited for him to return from work He passed away but the memories will forever live within me He always encouraged me to work hard for what I deserve Being a witness of his undying spirit Ive taken him as my idol because he is greater than any super hero athlete
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