I grew up in China and came to the U.S. in the August of 2002. Other than being "a third gender", namely a femal Ph.D according to a Chinese joke, I am an average person. I claim to love camping and swimming, but spend most of my leisure time eating pop corns. I like reading (and I do!), but most nonresearch books I read in the past year were read to me by my ipod. My economist self keeps telling me that life is hard, but my psychologist self has shown me that life is beautiful!
Life as a New Mom
Chian-Shin B. Du (杜千寻) at one day old - 10/10/2010
Three generations - 11/02/2010
Chian-Shin at 9 months- July 2011
Chian-Shin's name was from the following ancient poem:
众里寻她千百度，蓦然回首， 那人却在， 灯火阑珊处。
Up and down the main streets, I must have run
A thousand times or more in quest of one,
Who I have concluded, cannot be found;
For, everywhere, no trace of her can be seen,
When, all of a sudden, I turned about,
That's her, where lanterns are few and far between.
Life in Philly
Follow the footsteps of freedom
Philly Art Museum
The Barnes Foundation
First Fridays at old city
A cinema close to Penn
Let's go shopping
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