Lisa Sankar-Zhu is from Trinidad and Tobago. She came to China to study Chinese Language. Because of her diligence and long stay inChina, she speaks fluent Chinese and understands quite a lot about China. Her story is about a young Chinese emperor who decides to find a beautiful lady for his bride. However, the quest for beauty is notalways easy. Often it involves a struggle to find it and discern it. Thus the young emperors search is a difficult one, and the story almostbecomes a tragedy. True beauty is reflected in kindness, innocence, compassion and humanness. Fortunately, the young emperor is wise and is able torecognize true beauty, even when its just a flicker. And even when true beauty is just a flicker, it leaves a deep impression on the emperor.Thus, the emperor cannot be deceived. Because of the emperors wisdom and power of discernment, the story that almost turns out to be a tragedy ends in happiness. We love such an emperor. We love the golden dragon robe worn by the emperor. Is there such an emperor？ Absolutely！ He is in this very story. Though this emperor and his dragon robe may not have existed in history, they are quite real in this beautiful story. Though they arepurely imaginative, they reflect some of our true hopes, wishes and aspirations. With such hopes, wishes and aspirations alive and well, theworld would always be a beautiful place. Everyday, we look forward to finding true beauty like that in this story. Furthermore, we shall always appreciate such beautiful writing, We appreciate Lisa Sankar-Zhu from Trinidad and Tobago and her Chinese emperor, and her truly beautiful Chinese empress.
Lisa Sankar-Zhu is from Trinidad and Tobago. She came to China to study Chinese Language. Because of her diligence and long stay inChina, she speaks fluent Chinese and understands quite a lot about China.
Lisa Sankar-Zhu is from Trinidad and Tobago, in the Caribbean. In 1996, she came to China to study Chinese Language and Culture. In 2000, she married and settled in China. Having liw, d in China for 14 years, she has come to know China in an intimate way she never imagined she ever would. She credits her penning The Emperor, His Bride and The Dragon Robe to the love China has shown her, and to her "two wonderful sons ravenous appetite for bedtime srories they demanded I make up for them" Over the years FengGe has worked with several organizations creating illustrations that have been widely praised for their crea! vity and original style. Currently, he works at the West China University Academy of Fine Arts where he teaches art education and drawing. He is also in charge of the Institutes art studio, which produces original illustrative works of art and animation.
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