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Welcome Spring And New Hope
We are here to formally welcome the springtime. Last month because of the snow storm our favorite kumquat tree and azaleas are almost gone. Only the plum tree is still alive in my garden. My gardener told me that they might come back some day. We really hope they will bloom again in the near future.
For the whole of last year we were really suffering. In every corner of our nation more that ten percent of our people were confirmed with the coronavirus and more than one-half million citizens lost their lives. They were our friends, parents, brothers and sisters. It is such a shame when we claim to be the richest country in the world that this virus just got out of control. Many families were left with empty seats at the dinner table because they lost their love ones. Many people lost their jobs and lost their lifestyles Such a tragedy has brought our nation into the dark.
On January 20 we finally changed the leadership in the White House. President Biden kept his promise to get 100 million people vaccinated within fifty days. Most of our citizens will get vaccinated before May 1 of this year.
Finally, we are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, but now another wave of anti-Asian discrimination cases have spread all over our country and that has made our community feeling very unsafe.
My dear brothers and sisters, most of us came to this land with new hope and we spent our whole lives and talent to help build this great nation. This is our home.
All of us need to hold our hands together and be united. We are looking for a brighter future. One day our Azaleas and Kumquats will blossom again