1. How did you first get involved with Friendship Presbyterian? I grew up in Taiwan, went to the States to complete graduate studies, and then worked in the pharmaceutical industry. I used to attend English-speaking churches when I was in the States. So, I felt more comfortable attending FPC after I retired from the States back to Taiwan.
2. What do you do Monday through Saturday? Since I am a retiree, I try to build a habit of doing three things every day to keep myself active—study the Bible and pray; go jogging; and learn to play the piano.
3. What is something people might be surprised to know about you? I am not athletic, but I still enjoy physical exercises such as jogging, biking, swimming, skiing, playing tennis, and golf.
4. What do you find most challenging about being a Christian today? Christians today are facing many barriers—social, cultural, racial, political, and religious barriers. I believe Christians are called to build bridges across these barriers even though it is not easy.
5. What is one of your favorite books of the Bible? Ephesians, especially chapter 1. I like to read Ephesians when I am down because it is so encouraging and uplifting.