Month: May 2021

#1 // Nathan Cheng


My grandfather died of pneumonia when I was 16.  In the years before my grandfather’s death, aging slowly robbed him of his health, his strength, his happiness, and his dignity. He exists in my memories, through vicarious stories, as the strong hero who persevered through unspeakable adversity during the Communist Revolution. Who sacrificed much in order to immigrate to Canada. But he also exists in my memories more directly as as a quiet, frail, old […]