人生的際遇有時難予預測，有時我也會想是否應該在世界政治首善之區游走，在人生旅途再添有意義的篇章， 多年來， 我們立足於傳媒工作，看盡了政壇上的風云變化， 仰天長嘆， 為歷史留下注腳，也不枉費此生了。
I Am Back In The Nation’s Capital
Today a United Air airliner brought me back to Washington, DC, the nation’s capital. This is the first time I have come back to DC since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Almost thirty years ago when my brother Dan and I walked through the DC Chinatown, we remembered Uncle Lee who was the one who greeted us at the Chung Wah Association. He was not just a pioneer in Chinatown. His leadership brought many dedicated Chinese Americans to town. They all worked so hard to make Chinatown a great tourist spot in the nation’s capital. The beautiful and colorful Chinatown Gate and under it a lot of businesses and many tourists taking photos and shopping and dining. Uncle Lee passed away years ago but his friendly smile is always in our hearts.
Today when I visited Chinatown again, all the streets have been changed to a big sports complex and new shops, but the gate is still shining and bright.
I am back in DC to visit the Guinea Ambassador Yansane. He will go back to Africa soon and talk about our trade mission.
I love being in Washington DC, the power capital of the world. Maybe I should spend more time here and continue to pursue my dream.
The world is changing and so do the politics. We are so fortunate to be a media person. We can witness so many politicians who travel up and down in their careers.