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2013 September

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In About Liu
Family Story

By Gayook

We Are Published!

On 30, Sep 2013 | No Comments | In About Liu, Family Story | By Gayook

On September 9th, Jenn’s blog was a heads- up that we would be in the International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS)’s “The Newsletter,”. We are published in Issue #65, Autumn 2013 Edition, pages 6-7!

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In Family Story

By Jenn

AMCA Website Project!

On 23, Sep 2013 | One Comment | In Family Story | By Jenn

Just when we’re getting ready to go to Paris, a new exciting project starts! Several months ago Rita Wong contacted us through our website and introduced us to AMCA (Archives of Modern Chinese Art) based in Taiwan.  Apparently Professor Francesca dal Lago (who is on the advisory board) mentioned our research project to her.

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News On A Personal Note…

On 16, Sep 2013 | No Comments | In About Liu, Architecture, Family Story, Paris | By Gayook

News on a personal note…I am excited because this week, my PET Scan results came back negative, so still cancer free! I am especially excited because this was the first PET Scan that didn’t show any signs of cancer at all. The last scan I took did, whereupon I had to undergo a follow up CT Scan. That also came up negative but there was always a  shadow of doubt in my mind whether or not I was truly in remission. This time, I am sure. Read more…

We Will Be Published!

On 09, Sep 2013 | 2 Comments | In About Liu, Family Story | By Jenn

Yes, we will be published!  The International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS) will be publishing a 2-page spread about my grandfather and our family’s story in their Fall Newsletter. Hopefully this will be the first of many opportunities to share our story! I’m honored that my family entrusted me to write it! Read more…

Why Germantown

On 02, Sep 2013 | 2 Comments | In About Liu, America, Family Story | By Gayook

Why Germantown? I am finally getting answers to questions about my father’s decisions that have always alluded me. When I started learning about his groundbreaking contributions I was shocked. This was certainly not the father I knew. What I absolutely did not expect was that it would take me on a journey back to my childhood. Read more…