【The China Post 每日精選】:二

【The China Post 每日精選】:二 英文中國郵報 2017/05/15 06:13:00 By Joseph Yeh — The de facto U.S. ambassador to Taiwan paid tribute to his mom by posting a 50-year-old photo of him and his mom as the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) celebrated Mother's Day on Sunday.▲圖/翻攝自中國郵報In celebration of the day, AIT Director Kin Moy invited colleagues and AIT Facebook friends to pay tribute to mothers everywhere by posting photos of their own mothers and sharing why the photos are important to them.The AIT represents U.S. interests in Taiwan in the absence of official diplomatic ties.Moy kicked off the online event by posting a photo of him and his mom from 1968."I remember when I was young, trying to imagine what my mom might have been like before she had children," Moy said in his post."All I knew about those times came from family lore — stories repeated by relatives about my mom's adventures in the countryside. The only evidence we had to validate that she was indeed young at one point in her life were old photographs.""I would fixate my eyes on the tiny details of those pictures, looking for clues about my mom's past. What did she expect would lie in her future?""I recently read an essay by an author who shared my perspective. She invited her readers to submit early photos of their mothers and describe what they saw in those pictures," he said."I thought that was a great idea that we could replicate with our Facebook friends. I'll kick it off by posting my own photo of me and my mom (from 1968!)."The AIT head invited his colleagues at AIT and all of its Facebook friends to pay tribute to their moms by posting a photo and sharing their own stories about them. 上一頁 下一頁



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