Dr. Raymond Wu was a man of duty and honour. Followed his dreams through and through to the fullest. He was also a caring and loving husband, father, father-in-law and grandfather.
One must learn to agree to disagree. His choice to give up a successful private practice to public scrutiny and mockery was not a decision made haste. He was brave enough to take on the world and apologized gracefully when some were offended by his outspoken personality. Freedom of speech was a rare treat whereas freedom to deliver malicious speech is largely accepted as a social norm. We pity those who only have courage to show their machismo and ridicule to the deceased regardless of the surviving family members’ feeling. How, many I impose on all of you, much do you know Dr. Raymond Wu to label him? And, is there one of you willing drop everything you laboured all you life to follow you dream in serving your country, whichever it may be…Canada? or China?
Dr. Wu, your family loves you deeply and we shall always think of you fondly.
By: C. Yan on 十月 4, 2006 at 10:17 上午
死得好!! Clears the air of propaganda pollution. His is a worthless dog’s life anyway.
Cannot believe Chinese wrote these comments. It will be interesting to see how our own family will write about ourselves when we pass away. “Reincarnation"! How much do we know about Reincarnation? If there were such thing as “Reincarnation", I would never want to be a Chinese ever again. Are we sure we understand what others are doing with their life? What is our purpose in life? Have we ever asked ourselves about that? To make comments behind others when they pass away? Provide comforting words would be more appropriate and productive, wouldn’t you think.