Sophia and Karen

We learn to accept each other and not to criticize the things that we don’t like.

What did you learn from your mother about being Taiwanese? (妳從妳母親那兒學到甚麼是一個台灣人?)

She respects the spirits of the earth and spirits of the dead and the ancestors.

Tell us about one of your earliest memories of your mother. (妳對母親最早的記憶是甚麼?)

She loves singing Japanese songs.

What is the most important thing you have learned from your mother? (妳從母親/女兒學到的最重要的是甚麼?)

Sacrifice.

Tell us about the ways that your mother makes you proud. (妳母親/女兒讓你感到驕傲的是甚麼?)

They care and love others and respect the environment.

Tell us about how your mother inspires you. (妳的母親/女兒如何激勵妳?)

They don’t really encourage, but they let you do whatever you want to do.

As time has gone on, how has your relationship with your mother changed? (隨著年歲的增長,妳們母女關係有怎麼樣的變化?)

We learn to accept each other and not to criticize the things that we don’t like.

What is one thing that you would like your mother to know? (有那件事是妳希望讓妳的母親/女兒知道的?)

I am fighting to promote Taiwan and let people of Taiwan proud.

Is there anything else you would like to share? (還有甚麼其他妳想和大家分享的關於妳母親/女兒的事?)

It is ok to be different and not following the wisdom of Chinese teaching.

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