Tag: family

Who do you work for?

Who do you work for? I’m not talking about the company you work for, or the guy or gal to whom you report. I’m talking about who the people are that inspire you to work harder and get better. Everyone works for themselves to a certain extent. Maybe you work to live, and have that […]

Remembering the ones that inspired you

Today, February 22, 2016, would have been my Dad’s 68th birthday. He passed away from nasopharyngeal cancer in 2005. I owe a lot of my life and career to my Dad’s wisdom and the path that he took through life. He was an entrepreneur by necessity, not really by choice. And I believe his words […]

Best Wedding Ever!

I got married to Vicky Huang twelve days ago, on May 11, 2013. And I might be biased, but I think it was the BEST WEDDING EVER! We had an amazing destination wedding at the all-inclusive Azul Sensatori resort in Puerto Morelos, Mexico, which is about 20 minutes south of Cancun in the Riviera Maya. The resort […]

Happy Birthday, Dad!

Happy Birthday, Dad! You would have been 65 years old today. If you were still with us, we probably would have had our family and friends over to our house in Old Bridge, NJ, to have a BBQ, like we’ve done so many times. After eating, you would have had a few glasses of Remy […]

Lessons Learned From My Late Dad

Today is the seven-year anniversary of the passing away of my Dad, Yew Khen Chan. He battled naso-pharyngeal (nose/throat) cancer for nearly six years, going into remission twice, before succumbing to the disease on December 9, 2005. Through his actions, my father taught me so many lessons about hard work and perseverance, and my life […]