Show Suite

The Storys

A Vietnam War veteran held creatively memorable ceremonies to honor the Independence Day by firing a cannon in his warm and cozy neighborhood.

Zhou Dye 周代

A self-taught writer of short story, novel, poetry and essay, Zhou Dye fled to Taiwan as a lonely young adult before the Communists’ taking-over of China in mid-20th century. His three books, Perplexed at the Bridge, Strings of Life, and Dawn, were published in almost forty years.

A Movie-Memoir of Christina Swift

An elegant lady of aristocratic Austrian origin remembers her childhood in New York, her first Beatles record, and her most favorite novel, among many other life events.

Moments with Lu Chi Fa

Lu Chi Fa, also known as Gordon Lu, runs a popular restaurant and leads a healthy life. His biography “Double Luck – Memoirs of a Chinese Orphan” is a bestseller. He loves traveling and watching sea lions.

Key Donn remembers Wong Tsu

Nearly 100 years ago, a young Chinese named Wong Tsu was hired by William Boeing, the founder of Boeing Company. Nearly 100 years later, Key Donn, who works at the same company, vividly remembers his legendary co-worker.